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Response from the City regarding a number of Roads & Transportation Issues in the Community

by FCCA | 2 Comments

City of Ottawa logoThis RESPONSE FC Transportation priorities December 2014 document has been produced by our Roads and Transportation Coordinator Brad Nixon with the help of the Councillor Qaqish and his office. Currently, this is where some of Findlay Creeks main roads and transport problems stand with the City. The FCCA will continue to work towards addressing these issues.

 

Street and Winter Parking Concerns in the Community

by FCCA | 1 Comments

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Since the January Newsletter there have been a number of residents who have voiced their concerns about street parking in the community.  Buses and garbage collectors as well as residents have all experienced difficulties navigating roads, especially now that the snow banks are growing and narrowing streets further.

As such, I’ve been asked to post the street parking by laws, which are in effect in conjunction with the winter parking ban – which is in effect Nov 15-Apr 1 if there is more than 7cm of snow forecast by Environment Canada (this includes forecasts of 5-10cm). Please be aware of the following street parking bylaw’s for the City of Ottawa:

Parking Prohibited – Whether Signs Have Been Erected or Not:

  1. In excess of three (3) hours between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.; 
  2. within 300 metres of previous parking space within one (1) hour; 
  3. within 9 metres of an intersection; 
  4. within 3 metres of a fire hydrant; 
  5. within 1.5 metres of a driveway; 
  6. on a roadway which is 6 metres or less in width; 
  7. on any portion of a highway not intended for vehicle parking; 
  8. during snow removal and street sweeping operations;

Hunt Club interchange now open

by FCCA | 4 Comments
Hunt Club Interchange Open

The ribbon has been cut and the Hunt Club Interchange is now open

This morning the Hunt Club interchange was officially opened to the public. The interchange connects Hawthorne Road to the 417 and provides a flexible and efficient option for Findlay Creek residents who utilize the highway. 

Resurfacing of roads near Findlay Creek to take place July-September

by FCCA | Comments Off

resurfacing equipmentBeginning in July and until September (weather permitting), work to resurface sections of roads near Findlay Creek will take place:

• Albion Road: north of Tullamore to north of Lester
• Leitrim Road: from Albion to Bowesville
• Rideau Road: from Albion to Bowesville

Motorists and transit users may experience minor delays.

 

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