Almost a dozen Sandy Hill residents came out in support of changes to the way the city’s noise bylaw is enforced, but many said there needs to be even more attention to fix the “free-for-all party destination” reputation Sandy Hill is gaining.
Cristine Erlick was named local volunteer of the year at the ASH Annual General Meeting. Cristine, a woman of many talents, has been very involved with the Viscount Alexander School and the wider Sandy Hill community. From executive duties on … Read More
City Infill Study Report – March 2012 Letter to City Planning Committee Concerning Infill Changes – April 2012 Motion Regarding Building Conversions by Councillors Hobbs and Fleury – Will be forthcoming.
Sandy Hill East Heritage Study – Final Draft
Focus on Heritage: Sandy Hill Friday, 8 June and Saturday, 9 June 2012 10 am to 2 pm IODE Laurentian Chapter invites you to discover the character, the style and the stories of one of Ottawa’s oldest and most interesting … Read More
ASH has a small kit you can use to remove unwanted graffiti markings. It is intended for small smooth surfaces such as mailboxes. The sooner the markings are removed the less likely the offender will strike again. Harder to remove … Read More
Action Sandy Hill leads two park clean-ups each year, Fall and Spring, along with the 150th Sandy Hill Scouts and the 12th Sparks / Brownies / Guides / Pathfinder Unit. Thank you to all participants! Let us know if you … Read More
The ASH Annual General Meeting was held on Thursday, May 17, 2012 in the Main Hall of the Sandy Hill Community Centre. AGM 2012 Minutes Photos from the 2012 AGM
Just days before the May “two-four” weekend, the community and protective services committee heard from several frustrated residents who complained their quality of life is deteriorating because of out-of-control partying in the neighbourhood, which borders on the University of Ottawa.
Many people showed up to help out clean Strathcona and Sandy Hill Parks as well as other areas of our neighbourhood, from young to experienced garbage pickers, brownies, guides, pathfinders and scouts. Some volunteers started early before 5 May by cleaning the Strathcona Park stairs descending from the fountain and some finished tasks along the river and on streets. In addition to the cleaning here are some long-term results: