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Ward investments in 2019

Infrastructure

  • $6.6 million to resurface roads, including: o Chantenay Drive from Bilberry Drive to Beauclaire Drive
    • St. Joseph Boulevard from ramp 54 of Ottawa Regional Road 174 to Youville Drive
    • St. Joseph Boulevard from 100 metres east of Jeanne D’Arc Boulevard to Prestone Drive
    • Apollo Way
  • $364,000 to renew the sidewalk along St. Joseph Boulevard from 100 metres east of Jeanne D’Arc Boulevard to Prestone Drive
  • $200,000 to renew the sidewalk along Bottriell Way from Merkley Drive to Charlemagne Boulevard
  • $90,000 to repair streetlight cable faults at 1104 Château Crescent and at Forest Valley Drive and St. Joseph Boulevard
  • $85,000 to renew the south sidewalk along St. Joseph Boulevard from 80 metres west of Napoléon Way to Duford Drive
  • $15,000 to replace streetlight poles at 372 Vince Drive, 3002 St. Joseph Boulevard and 3018 St. Joseph Boulevard

Parks and facilities

  • $2 million to:
    • Remove the barrier and replace two boilers at the Bob MacQuarrie Recreation Complex
    • Replace walkways at Fallingbrook Park
    • Replace the splash pad at Hiawatha Park
    • Replace flooring and refresh Arena 1 at the Ray Friel Recreation Complex
  • $750,000 for a skateboard park in the east district
  • $386,000 to construct Hillside Vista Park
  • $332,000 to design and restore the Vinette Silo
  • $232,000 to design and construct Roger Montpetit Park
  • $90,000 for a picnic shelter at Petrie Island Park
  • $7,500 for a play structure at Trillium Elementary School

Ward projects underway

Infrastructure

  • Resurfacing St. Joseph Boulevard from eastbound off-ramp 54 from Ottawa Regional Road 174 to Youville Drive
  • Renewing the sidewalk along St. Georges Street
  • Renewing pedestrian and cycling infrastructure in the west end

Transportation

  • Constructing an accessible intersection and pedestrian curb ramps at St. Georges Street and Marcoux Drive, and extending the sidewalk along St. Georges Street
  • Designing and implementing traffic-management measures along Amiens Street

Parks and facilities

  • $70,000 for a scoreboard and bleachers at Bilberry Park

Recently completed ward projects

Infrastructure

  • $4.2 million to resurface roads, including: o Old Tenth Line Road from St. Joseph Boulevard to Tenth Line Road
    • Ottawa Regional Road 174 from Champlain Street to Ottawa Regional Road 174 westbound
    • Tenth Line Road from Innes Road to St. Joseph Boulevard
    • Charlemagne Boulevard from Tenth Line Road to Bottriell Way
  • $924,000 to replace culverts in the northeast
  • $613,247 to restore the ravine channel at the Blue Willow Stormwater Management Facility in Chapel Hill
  • $333,600 for inlet control at Bilberry Drive and Chatelaine Village Drive
  • Designing and implementing traffic-calming measures along Grey Nuns Drive and Merkley Drive

Transportation

  • $406,000 to install pedestrian crossovers across the city, including on:
    • Dairy Drive and Taylor Creek Drive at Trim Road
    • Montreal Road and St. Joseph Boulevard at Trim Road
    • Centrum Boulevard between Brisebois Crescent and Prestone Drive
  • $100,000 to design intersection control improvements at Portobello Boulevard and Valin Street
  • $6,000 to replace the streetlight poles at 865 Champlain Street
  • Installed red-light cameras at St. Joseph Boulevard and Tenth Line Road and at Old Tenth Line Road and St. Joseph Boulevard
  • Designed and implemented traffic-calming measures along Grey Nuns Drive and Merkley Drive

Parks and facilities

  • $1.26 million for the new 3.1-hectare Coyote Trail Park
  • $1.1 million for heat exchangers and a rink slab at the Bob MacQuarrie Recreation Complex
  • $697,000 to replace the pool roof and deck at the Bob MacQuarrie Recreation Complex
  • $20,000 to expand the dog park at Queenswood Ridge Park
  • $15,000 for a ski storage container at Francois Dupont Park
  • $10,300 for bike repair stations and an accessible bench
  • $10,000 for fencing for an off-leash area at Big Bird Park
  • $10,000 to upgrade the horseshoe pit at Pierre Rocque Park
  • $7,500 for a play structure at Convent Glen Elementary School

Housing

  • $32,380 for repairs or home modifications to support independent living for lowincome seniors and people with disabilities

2019 Total Expenditures $3.6 billion - by service

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