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Planning Committee Meeting: 3311 Greenbank Road

The Official Plan and Zoning for 3311 Greenbank Road will be considered by the City of Ottawa Planning Committee on Tuesday, March 27, 2018.

The Planning Committee meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Champlain Room, City Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa. You are welcome to attend the meeting and present your views.

Attached is a copy of the report outlining the Departmental recommendations, including a copy of the proposed Official Plan Amendment.

The Planning Committee will consider any written submissions in respect to this matter if provided to the Committee Co-ordinator of the Planning Committee at 110 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, K1P 1J1 or by fax at 613-580-9609 or by e-mail at

If you wish to speak to the Committee please call the Committee Coordinator, Melody Duffenais at 613-580-2424, extension 20113 in advance of the meeting and preferably, by at least 4:30 p.m. on the day before the meeting.

If you wish to listen to this meeting via audiocast on, you may do so by accessing the URL below when the meeting is underway:


Greenbank Road Widening (Malvern to Strandherd) Detour

Heads up drivers!

Greenbank Road between Berrigan and Malvern will be closed from 11pm Saturday February 7 to 1pm Sunday February 8 as they complete and open the detour road that will be in place for a couple of years.

This detour road is located adjacent to existing Greenbank over the VIA tracks as the city begins construction of an underpass as part of the Greenbank Road widening project.

Learn more information about the Greenbank Road widening project on the City of Ottawa's website.

Cambrian Road Widening Environmental Assessment Third and Final Open House – Oct. 3

What: Cambrian Road Widening (Re-Aligned Greenbank Road To Jockvale Road) Class Environmental Assessment Third and Final Open House
When: October 3, 2013, 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (Presentation at 6:30 p.m.)
Where: Stonebridge Golf & Country Club, 68 Hawktree Ridge

Did you know that the City of Ottawa is preparing for the future widening of Cambrian Road from two to four lanes between the future re-alignment of Greenbank Road to Jockvale Road? If not, this is your opportunity to find out more.

The widening project isn't new -- both the previously approved Barrhaven South Community Design Plan, (June 2006) and the City of Ottawa Transportation Master Plan (2008) identify widening Cambrian Road from two to four lanes to accommodate future growth in the community.

Why should you attend this Open House?

By attending, you'll learn about how the recommended plan for the Cambrian Road widening has been finalized after all the consultation with stakeholders such as yourselves. As well, you will have the chance to discuss the study with the project team and provide your input for the next steps of the project. This study is being planned in accordance with the requirements of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment, 2011, which is an approved process under the Environmental Assessment Act.

Curious about other City transportation studies in the neighbourhood?

Project Team members for the Re-aligned Greenbank Road and Southwest Transitway extension will be holding their second public open house in conjunction with this open house and presenting their information at 6:00 p.m.

If you have questions about Cambrian Road Widening, please contact the City's project team at

Realigned Greenbank Road and Transitway Extension Public Open House – June 11

What: Realigned Greenbank Road and Southwest Transitway Extension (South Of Cambrian Road) Public Open House
When: Tuesday, June 11, 2013, 5-8pm (Presentation at 6pm)
Where: Stonebridge Golf & Country Club, 68 Hawktree Ridge

The City of Ottawa is carrying out a study to develop a recommended plan for the southerly extension of Realigned Greenbank Road and the Southwest Transitway from their planned terminus at Cambrian Road. The study will examine the need to extend either or both facilities as far south as Bankfield Road. The intent of the project is to accommodate projected transportation demand (all modes) arising from the developing community of Barrhaven South, and to accommodate travel demand between Barrhaven South and the Village of Manotick. This study is being planned under Schedule "C" of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (October 2000, as amended in 2007), which is approved under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act.

Environmental assessment study area [ PDF - 246 KB ]

If you are not available to attend the meeting or would like additional information, please visit the project website at or direct your comments to the contact person listed below. The presentation material will be available on the project website after June 11, 2013.

Frank McKinney, P.Eng.
Program Manager, Transportation Planning – Environmental Assessments Unit
Planning and Growth Management Department
110 Laurier Avenue West, 4th Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1J1
613-580-2424 ext. 28540

Update: Extension of Half Moon Bay Road to Greenbank Road

An update from Jan Harder.

Here is a brief construction update on the extension of Half Moon Bay Road to Greenbank Road:

  1. The underground works have been completed.
  2. City staff expect the asphalt to be placed by the end of next week (Oct 26th), pending weather.
  3. The City is responsible for the asphalt line painting and traffic control signs.  The appropriate City Department is aware of this project and have estimated that this work can occur within 4 weeks after asphalt (by Nov 23rd).
  4. There are a few street lights that need to be installed.  The design has been approved by the City and it's expected the formal approval letter to allow the installation from the City next week.
  5. It's anticipated the street lights will be installed by November 23rd.
  6. Once the street lights are installed it typically takes Hydro Ottawa two-weeks to activate them.
  7. It is staff's opinion that the city does not open the road until the street lights have been activated and the traffic control signs and painting are in place for safety.
  8. Based on the above schedule it's anticipated the road will be complete to be opened by December 7th.
  9. The City's Street Light Department and Hydro Ottawa will be engaged to see if the Street Light activation can be advanced further.