Maki Park Playground Renewal

Maki Park is due for some upgrades and the City is seeking resident's insight on two concepts. The following concept plans and images depict two options for playground replacements at Maki Park. The community is invited to provide comments and preference between Option A and Option B, as shown below:  

If you wish to provide comments please send no later than June 15, 2017 to: 

Andrew Haydon Park East - Playground Redevelopment

Andrew Haydon Park is scheduled for renewal of its upper play structure playground (the one closest to Carling avenue) this summer, and the city is proposed the following two options. These upgrades are being conducted through the City's lifecycle process. The deadline to submit feedback was March 13, 2017.

Western Light Rail (Stage 2 LRT)

Please scroll down to find your neighbourhood and the corresponding LRT developments. Please note that only active and in progress projects will be identified on this page. In order to keep it current, completed projects will be archived off of this page. 

Brief details are included below each development, but please visit the Stage 2 website here, if you would like more detailed explanations of ongoing developments. 


Woodpark Community Traffic Options - Stage 2 LRT

On March 27, 2017, the Stage 2 LRT office presented the new Lincoln Fields alignment to the residents of the Woodpark Community. During this consultation, several traffic questions and comments were raised by community members regarding the proposed extension of Allison Avenue and new signalized intersection at Richmond Road, as well as general concerns about safety and cut-through vehicular traffic within Woodpark.

Crystal Beach Lakeview combined sewer, sidewalk, and road work for April and May 2017

I just wanted to let Bay Ward residents know about some upcoming construction over the next couple of months. Please see below for more information: 


Carling Avenue Community Improvement Plan

Plans to renew Carling Avenue between Pinecrest Road and Bayshore Drive will continue this term of council with help from the City of Ottawa’s Community Improvement Plan (CIP).

Together with local residents and businesses, my team and I have developed a plan that will stimulate business investment, generate new commercial activity, and improve employment opportunities in the community.

Our office has been continuing to work on using the Economic Development strategy to leverage business interests along this section of Carling Avenue. That work began at the start of our first term of office and continues today.