Blais delivers major safety improvement for Orléans
Cumberland Councillor Stephen Blais alongside Mayor Jim Watson celebrated the groundbreaking of what will be the newest fire station in Ottawa, Station 55.
“This is a big win for the Orléans community,” says Councillor Blais. “We have had huge growth in the past few years, and soon it will become difficult for the Ottawa Fire Service to keep up. Having a station like this in the heart of the neighbourhood will surely bring peace of mind to Cumberland Ward residents”.
Fallingbrook residents benefit from major investment
Councillor Stephen Blais is proud to announce the City is making a significant investment in sidewalk infrastructure in Fallingbrook.
Significant work to be conducted between Cameron and Canaan Road on HWY 174E
Councillor Blais is pleased to announce that the City spending $2 million for resurfacing on the 174 East.
Councillor Stephen Blais Launches the Widening of Tenth Line
Delivering again on promised relief for east-end commuters, Councillor Stephen Blais today launched the widening of Tenth Line Road.
$26.5 million project to open up east-west commute for Orléans residents
Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais has delivered on yet another promise. The City has broken ground on the extension of Brian Coburn Boulevard from Mer Bleue Road to Navan Road which will improve commuting for Orléans and Cumberland residents.
Committee approves environmental assessment to transform the east end
Today, after years of neglect the City of Ottawa Transportation Committee approved the environmental assessment for the widening of HWY 174 through Cumberland; which delivers on Cumberland Councillor Stephen Blais’ vision for Cumberland.
“The 174 is a vital artery for tens of thousands of motorists every day and the two lane undivided rural cross section no longer meets the needs of our region’s growing population,” says Blais. “I’m proud to deliver on this important promise that will transform the region for generations to come.”
$5.5 million project a major win for Orléans residents
Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais’ push for greater road integration and improved transportation networks is once again being highlighted through the multi-million dollar widening of Mer Bleue Rd. and the construction of a roundabout at the Brian Coburn Blvd. intersection.
Reduced commute times for east end residents
Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais and Innes City Councillor Jody Mitic are proud to announce the start of construction on the new roundabout at Anderson Road and Renaud.
Trans Orléans Cycling and Pedestrian Pathway Included in Council Priorities
Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais is proud to announce that a major commitment, the Trans Orléans Cycling and Pedestrian Pathway, has been included in the proposed priorities for this term of council.
Treacherous east end roadways to be improved with $3.2M investment
Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais is proud to announce the upgrade of several highly used roads in the east end.
Roundabout to be built at Brian Coburn and Portobello
Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais is proud to announce the construction of a new roundabout at Brian Coburn Blvd. and Portobello Blvd. later this spring.
As part of our regular inspection process City staff identified a culvert at the at the east end of Thunder Road, as it approaches Boundary Road, to be in very poor condition (refer to the attached location plan).
Blais delivers major investment for Vars residents
Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais is proud to announce that the City will complete upgrades to Rockdale Rd. in the village of Vars years ahead of schedule.
“This is important news for the the residents of Vars and surrounding area,” says Blais. “This investment demonstrates the City of Ottawa’s commitment to ensuring a high quality of life for the residents of Vars.”
Originally Rockdale Road was not scheduled to be upgraded until after 2017.
We are recommending its replacement as quickly as possible since we are not comfortable with leaving this culvert in place through the upcoming spring thaw where the road is typically at its weakest state and where flows are high.
Cumberland Councillor Stephen Blais is pleased to announce that with the approval of Budget 2014, $4 million of road renewals will be invested in Cumberland Village.
As part of the City’s ongoing sidewalk replacement program, sidewalk and ditching
improvements are scheduled to commence this fall on the east side of Trim Road between
Fairgreen Avenue and Delson Drive. The overall goal of the project is to improve pedestrian
access in the area, and to improve storm drainage in the adjacent ditch.
Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais is pleased to announce the extension of Provence Road is now complete and the road is open to the public.
The project will involve the replacement and widening of the existing sidewalk, and the
extension of the sidewalk south to meet Delson following the existing sidewalk alignment.
The ditch between the sidewalk and Trim Road will be re-graded and cleaned and all
driveway culverts will be replaced. All landscaping and driveways impacted by the work will
be reinstated to match existing. All work will take place within City right-of-way.
Residents in the Carlsbad Springs Water Service Area are asked to limit unnecessary water use from 8 a.m. on Friday, July 19 to 7 a.m. on Saturday, July 20, to ensure an adequate water supply during watermain work along Leitrim Road.
Cumberland Councillor Stephen Blais is pleased to announce the extension and completion of Provence Avenue is scheduled to begin in July.
"We are excited that this crucial piece of Orléans infrastructure is nearly complete,” says Councillor Blais. "Provence is an important thoroughfare for Orléans south residents. It’s something that the surrounding community has been looking forward to," adds Blais.
You are invited to attend a public meeting regarding the proposed Street Closing and Street Opening Application Part of Peter Harkness Lane and Extension of Barnett Drive.
Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais is proud to announce that Gerry Lalonde Drive has officially opened on the first day of the Franco Ontarien festival (June 13-15) between Tenth Line and Brian Coburn Blvd.
“Gerry Lalonde was the last Mayor of Cumberland who helped our community reach new heights,” said Councillor Blais. “We are here to honor his achievements and say thank you by ensuring his name and legacy will never be forgotten.”
Monday, June 3, 2013
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Cumberland Arena, Hall A
1115 Dunning Road