Road closure from August 7 - 24: Main Street from Hawthorne Avenue to Lees Avenue

Main Street (from Hawthorne Avenue to Lees Avenue) will be completely closed to traffic from Friday August 7th at night to early Monday morning of August 24th, 2015. During that period, the section of Main Street from Hawthorne Avenue to Greenfield Avenue will be open to both northbound and southbound traffic. The intersections of Main Street/Hawthorne Avenue (eastbound to northbound and southbound to westbound movements) and Main Street/Lees Avenue (westbound to southbound movement) will remain open to traffic. The recommended detour is via Greenfield Avenue. Refer to this map for details. You can also read the complete notice to residents in English or French.

Road closure from July 20 - 24: Clegg Street between Main and Marlowe

The City of Ottawa has just advised that the section of Clegg Street between Main and Marlowe will be completely closed to traffic between Monday, July 20 and Friday, July 24. For further information or to provide comments, please contact the city's project manager Josee Vallee at josee.vallee@ottawa.ca or 613-580-2424, ext. 21805.

Greystone Village - Public Park Proposals

In early June the city held a workshop to discuss options for a new public park in Greystone Village embracing both the Grande Allée and the forecourt of the Deschatelets Residence forecourt. Take a look at the three options and possible water, seating, games, shelter, surface features, etc. Any thoughts you have on the options and possible features would be appreciated at: info (at) ottawaeast (dot) ca. Residents will have an opportunity to comment again after the city and the Regional Group have revised the proposal.

Notice to Residents - McIlraith Bridge

Structural rehabilitation work has begun on McIlraith Bridge, which links Main Street to Smyth Road across the Rideau River. Read the Notice to Residents / Avis aux Résidents for more details.

Main Street Construction Survival Guide now available online

At the last OOECA meeting, community association member Katherine Simonds presented a Main Street renewal construction survival guide. This guide is now available online. The Main Street Renewal Construction Survival Guide is available in the resources section of the Main Street Renewal page.

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