The KBCA project to refurbish our remaining 59 Corner Street Signs has completed, with all signs installed and the poles repainted

Many thanks to Andy Hammoud @ Majestic Metal Works who built the replacement signs and to Marc Robert @ Koffman Signs for the installation.The signs cost $760 each to refurbish, which the KBCA has sponsored through our reserved funds.

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Kanata Beaverbrook Community Association
106 - 1002 Beaverbrook Rd.
Ottawa, ON, K2K 1L1

Staff from City of Ottawa Heritage Services are studying Beaverbrook as part of the City’s Heritage Inventory Project. Staff will be walking each street and taking photos of buildings and landscape from August 7 to 10, 2018. 

The Heritage Inventory Project is a city-wide study of Ottawa’s built heritage. Goals of the project are to update the City’s Heritage Register and to provide a map-based inventory of local heritage structures.

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Beaverbrook Heritage Ottawa Walking Tour June 2018

Bill Teron created Beaverbrook in the mid-60's as a complete "Garden City", where Nature is the dominant theme, with 40% green space and "Mid Century Modern" home and public building Architecture.

On June 17 @ 2 PM, there will be a tour starting from the Community Centre at the Beaverbrook Mall <map> there will be a 10 minute introduction presentation at the Community Centre followed by a 90 minute walking tour

This event does have a cost Heritage Ottawa Walking Tours - $5 for Heritage Ottawa members and $10 for non-members

Materials for the event include:

The KBCA and CFUW are hosting an All Candidates Meeting for the upcoming Ontario Provincial Election riding of Kanata Carleton

 We are looking for volunteers for:

 - the welcome table

 - to select questions for Candidates from those submitted by email/at the door

 - as timekeepers for the Candidates (2, 3 minute limit on statements/question responses)

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The Hydro One public meeting to wrap up the work (and get feedback) done on Homeowner’s properties in Beaverbrook during Feb/Mar this winter has finally been rescheduled for:

  • When: Monday, May 14, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
  • Where: Mlacak Centre, 2500 Campeau Dr.

Hydro One and the City of Ottawa have come to agreement on the work to be done on City Property along the Hydro One Corridor bordering Beaverbrook and Kanata Lakes so we can expect an update from Hydro One on what work will be done later in May and possibly from the City Parks/Forestry depts.