Steve Desroches


Registration is now open for the fall Cleaning the Capital campaign

Nothing is more spectacular than the fall colours in and around Ottawa. This September, help make those views in your community even more enjoyable by registering for Cleaning the Capital.
Registration is now open until Sunday, October 1 and can be easily done online. You can choose from a variety of public spaces to help clean up, such as community parks, roadsides, and shorelines.
Here are some important dates for the fall campaign:
 Tuesday, August 15: Registration opens
 Friday, September 15 to Sunday, October 15: Fall Cleaning the Capital campaign
 Sunday, October 1: Registration closes
 Tuesday, October 31: Deadline to submit your online cleanup report
To learn more about the campaign or register your project, visit

Chief William Commanda Bridge now open

We’ve got some exciting news, Ottawa! The Chief William Commanda Bridge is now open for residents and visitors to enjoy! As part of a larger rehabilitation project connecting Ottawa’s Trillium Pathway to the National Capital Commission’s Voyageurs’ pathway in Gatineau, this multi-use pathway is now open to cycling commuters, recreational users and visitors.

Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras

The City of Ottawa continues to add automated speed enforcement cameras to locations identified through screening and evaluation criteria that includes speeding and collision history and pedestrian use. Interested in finding automated speed enforcement cameras throughout the city? Visit the City’s online
traffic map. Revenue from speed camera fines is reinvested into the City of Ottawa’s Road Safety Action Plan program, which applies education, enforcement and engineering measures to promote road safety.

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