Please note that all information regarding flood management in Cumberland is being coordinated through the City of Ottawa.
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Updates on volunteer and supply requirements are being updated on FB page Cumberland Community and Cumberland Ontario.
Please take a moment to provide feedback to Stephen Blais by completing the survey below. It is important that he receives comments from the rural portion of the Ward. "This survey is being conducted to obtain a better understanding of the needs of the residents of Cumberland Ward and how your representative and the City of Ottawa is responding to these needs. Your responses will be strictly confidential and not associated with your personal information in any way. "
A great time was had by all who came out to the 150th Beach "Buoys" in Cumberland Family Beach Party & Silent Auction on February 18th. We would like to express our very sincere thanks to all the donors to our silent action. The bidding was fast and furious and winners were thrilled with their loot! The silent auction is a major fund raiser for the Community Association so we thank you all for your support.
Amendment 180 outlined below with respect to growth projections, employment land review and agricultural land review and or you requested notice for one or more of the associated Official Plan Amendments #140, #141 or #150 that remain under appeal.
Please find attached the Notice of Adoption of Official Plan Amendment #180. OPA #180 amends the Official Plan in relation to growth projections, employment land review and agricultural land review.
Local not-for-profit organizations such as community groups and recreation associations are invited to apply for funding to provide one to two-day community events with free admission that foster civic pride and develop community cohesion. These events are held in a specific geographic district in Ottawa, and encompass a broad range of activities and family entertainment.
The event does not need to be held on a statutory holiday. Your community event can now be celebrated anytime during 2017.
If you are an Ottawa organization operating a rural fair, a farmers’ market or a rural business organization such as a Chamber of Commerce or Business Improvement Areas, you may be eligible for funding of up to $7,500 through the City of Ottawa’s Rural Association Partnership Program (RAPP).
The second-round of RAPP funding is now available with applications being accepted until Friday, August 19 at 4 pm.