Materials for Annual General Meeting 2019

The Old Ottawa East Community Association is holding its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, November 12th at 7pm. The meeting will be held at Church of the Ascension, 253 Echo Drive. All OOECA residents are welcome to attend. The agenda, annual reports, and related materials are now available:

OOECA Presentation on Lansdowne Park proposal

OOECA past chair John Dance presented at the City of Ottawa's Finance and Economic Development Committee on November 5, 2019, on the Lansdowne Park proposal. You can read his presentation here.

Public Forum on Lansdowne Park - October 28

If you are interested in the future of Lansdowne Park and how the land will be used in the coming years, come to the public meeting to meet with the City of Ottawa, the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (OSEG), and neighbouring community associations. This is an important opportunity to learn and share feedback of changes that have been made and are being considered at Lansdowne.

Co-hosted by the Glebe Community Association, Old Ottawa East Community Association, and Ottawa South Community Association.

Date and Time: Monday, October 28th at 7:00 pm

Aberdeen Square Survey Results

A public survey on use of Aberdeen Square at Lansdowne Park was held in July. Summary results from that survey are now available. Read the survey results here.

Fundraising Appeal to Fight Planning Decision on Oblates Development

The Old Ottawa East Community Association (OOECA) has initiated an appeal of a City of Ottawa planning decision that would allow the developer to construct several buildings taller than originally defined by the Secondary Plan at 10 Oblats Avenue. The current zoning allows for a maximum of six storeys, and the developer has been granted nine storeys. The community must raise at least $20,000 to have a successful appeal, as these funds would allow the community to pay for legal and planning professionals. The OOECA has created a GoFundMe page to help raise funds.


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