||In the heart of Ottawa, Canada, you'll discover a beautiful, historic and creative neighbourhood that has been ranked as one of the best anywhere. Highlighted by The Boston Globe as being a very cool 'hood to visit. Named a top-ten neighbourhood nationwide by enRoute magazine. Ottawa Magazine says Hintonburg is "hot & cool". The Financial Times of London noted that the 'Burg is "thriving again" and the Ottawa Citizen, declared "The changing nature of the neighbourhood is fascinating to watch... There is a hip, urban edge." So come explore the living or arts or business opportunities in Hintonburg -- you're sure to get a warm welcome.
900 Albert Redevelopment Information Session is taking place on March 8th. This will have implications for the Tom Brown Arena area. More info here.
Information sheet with tips to deal with the Scott Street bus detour that starts this Sunday, January 17th. Contact info for who you need contact for any issues/concerns.
The City is undertaking a zoning study to determine appropriate rules and standards to permit a small apartment or suite in the backyard of a home or along a laneway. This form of residential intensification will be termed Coach Houses in the City of Ottawa with intent to depict a small apartment in a backyard of a home or above a detached garage. For more info, visit here.
The HCA has sent a response regarding the options presented for the Gladstone CDP and can be read here.
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Coming up in Hintonburg
Hintonburg Garage Sale
Saturday, June 4th 2016 | 8am - noon
10th Annual Cyclelogik Hintonburg Centennial 5K and 1K Fun Run
Sunday, July 10 2016 | Parkdale Park
Thank you to the HCA's community partners:
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, leave us a message at 613-798-7987 or write to us at 1064 Wellington, Ottawa, Canada K1Y 2Y3
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Our arts-friendly, historic neighbourhood is bordered Scott Street on the north, the O-Train line to the east,
the Queensway on the south (Highway 417) and Holland Avenue to the west.