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Accora Village

Accora Village is bounded by Carling Avenue to the North, Highway 417 to the South, and includes Bayshore Drive and Woodridge Crescent.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • Local access to nutritious food
  • Improving employment prospects for residents
  • Local access to recreation and community space
  • Speeding and traffic management

This area is served by the Bayshore Community Association.


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Belltown & Britannia Woods

Belltown and Britannia Woods are bounded by the Ottawa River to the North, Maplehurst Avenue to the West, Carling Avenue to the South and Greenview Avenue to the East.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • Quality of life in Britannia Woods social housing
  • Improving employment prospects for residents
  • Community identity and safety

This area is served by the Belltown Community Association and the Britannia Woods Community Association.


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Britannia Village

Britannia Village is bounded by the Ottawa River to the North, West and East and the Southern Point of Mud Lake to the South.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • The future of a shoreline infrastructure project; its costs, benefits and impact
  • Transit service to the community

Councillor Taylor has formed a working group made up of residents and partners to manage any shoreline project forward. The goal of the group is to bring a collaborative solution set to this long standing community issue.

This area is served by the Britannia Village Community Association.


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Bruce Farm

Bruce Farm is bounded by Richmond Road to the North and West, Highway 417 to the South and Dumaurier Avenue to the East.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • Improving employment prospects for residents
  • Improving Public safety

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Carlingwood

Carlingwood is bounded by Richmond Road to the North, Woodroffe Avenue to the West, Carling Avenue to the South and Sherbourne Road to the East.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • Traffic safety for children travelling to and from Woodroffe Public School
  • The Carlingwood YMCA will closed in September 2012. Claridge Homes is building a seniors’ retirement complex on the site
  • St. Martin DePorres Church is exploring how to use their extra property

This area is served by the Carlingwood Community Association.


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Crystal Bay

Beginning at the intersection of Grandview and Carling, heading north west to Hastings.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • Formalized access to water front
  • Traffic management

This area is served by the Crystal Bay Community Association.


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Crystal Beach & Lakeview

Crystal Beach and Lakeview are bounded by the Ottawa River to the North, Moodie Drive to the West, Highway 417 to the South and includes Creeks End Lane, Aspen Grove and Stonehedge Park.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • Traffic management on Holly Acres Road and Carling Avenue
  • Alternative uses for St. Thomas School
  • The effect of intensification on the character of the neighbourhood

This area is served by the Crystal Beach and Lakeview Community Association.


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Fairfield Heights & Foster Farm

Fairfield Heights and Foster Farm are bounded by Richmond Road to the North, Dumaurier Avenue to the West, Highway 417 to the South and Pinecrest Road to the East.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • Improving employment prospects for residents
  • Youth engagement in the community
  • Quality of life for social housing tenants
  • Encouraging positive community development
  • Improving public safety

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Glabar Park

Glabar Park is bounded by Carling Avenue to the North, Fairlawn Avenue to the West, Highway 417 to the South and Maitland Avenue to the East.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • The effect of intensification on the character of the neighbourhood
  • Desire by some residents for stricter dog handling rules in parks

This area is served by the Glabar Park Community Alliance.


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Lincoln Heights & Lincoln Heights Parkway

Lincoln Heights and Lincoln Heights Parkway are bounded by Mud Lake to the North, Greenview Avenue to the West, Carling Avenue to the South and the Ottawa River Parkway to the East.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • Safe crossing of parkway and access to Lincoln Fields Station
  • Quality of life for social housing tenants on Regina Street
  • Renewal of Lincoln Heights Park

This area is served by the Lincoln Heights – Parkway Community Association.


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Michele Heights

Michele Heights is bounded by Carling Avenue to the North, Baysore Drive to the West, Richmond Road to the South and Pinecrest Road to the East.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • Community development and quality of life in social housing
  • Youth engagement in the community
  • Improving employment prospects for residents
  • Renewal of Michele Park

This area is served by the Michele Heights Tenants’ Association.


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Queensway Terrace North

Queensway Terrace North is bounded by Carling Avenue to the North, Pinecrest Road to the West, Highway 417 to the South and the Transitway to the East.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • Transit and transportation in the community
  • Traffic management

Councillor Taylor Taylor assembled a working group to manage the impact of the West Transitway Extension and together with them worked towards an ideal solution that allows for Transit without disrupting the community or affecting homeowners on Roman Avenue.

This area is served by the Queensway Terrace North Community Association.


Shirley’s Bay

Primarily non-residential.


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Whitehaven

Whitehaven is bounded by Carling Avenue to the North, the Transitway to the West, Highway 417 to the South and Fairlawn Avenue to the East.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • The effect of intensification on the character of the neighbourhood
  • Future conversion of the Transitway to light rail transit
Councillor Taylor partnered with MPP Bob Chiarelli to build a new splash pad in George C. Brown Park in 2012.

This area is served by the Whitehaven Community Association.


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Woodpark

Woodpark is bounded by Richmond Road to the North, the Ottawa River Parkway to the West, Carling Avenue to the South and Woodroffe Avenue North to the East.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • The effect of intensification on the character of the neighbourhood
  • Traffic management
Woodpark was picked as a pilot program for the City’s Better Neighbourhoods initiative. Projects in the community will be completed in the summer of 2013.

This area is served by the Woodpark Community Association.


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Woodroffe North

Woodroffe North is bounded by Ottawa River to the North, the Ottawa River Parkway to the West and Richmond Road to the South.

Some key issues in your community are:

  • Impact of LRT in their neighbourhood and keeping trains off the parkway
  • Ensuring smart intensification in the neighbourhood
  • Street parking and traffic along Woodroffe
  • Upgrading and protecting the Woodroffe Walk 

This area is served by the Woodroffe North Community Association.