Record Investment in Rural Roads Continues Once again Cumberland Ward’s rural roads are getting some much-needed TLC in 2019. The…
Investing in better road maintenance Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais and Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson unveiled the Python 5000 Pothole…
Stephen is happy to announce that Minto has agreed to accelerate the construction of a new roundabout at the intersection…
Stephen is happy to announce that the much-needed road resurfacing of Tenth Line will begin this month following $5.6 million budget increase to help roadways in East End neighbourhoods.
Stephen was proud to secure the $1.8 million in the 2018 budget to have the roundabout constructed this year.
Construction is complete for the extension of Brian Coburn Boulevard, which connects Mer Bleue Road to Navan Road, and the roadway is now open to residents.
Joggers, cyclists, in-line skaters, dog walkers and folks out for an evening stroll will soon be able to choose it to get from Innes Road to the southern edge of Ottawa’s urban boundary without stepping foot on a busy arterial road.
Orléans & Cumberland residents will benefit from nearly $5 million of investment in cycling and pedestrian infrastructure as three separate projects in Cumberland Ward are about to begin construction.
$5 Million expansion to the François Dupuis Recreation Centre opens a world of new possibilities.
Paved shoulders provide safer option for cyclists – $1.89 million cycling connection between Orléans and Cumberland Village.