||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.
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 Street Hockey Tournament
Check back here soon for details on registering your team for some Hintonburg Hockey!
Saturday, May 28th 2016 | 10am - 4pm | Parkdale Park
A wonderful day of music, art, poetry, artisan crafts & goods, food and fun! More details to come!
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.