Come and join the family fun! Venez participer au divertissement pour toute la famille!
In a report on feedback from residents about possible improvements to Overbrook’s Four Corners (intersection of Lola and Queen Mary Streets), Councillor Tobi Nussbaum said, “It was great to see such a clear consensus emerge around improving lighting, beautifying the streetscape through attractive furniture, green spaces, art, and greater community engagement in events and beautification projects.” Click on the following link for the full report: As We Heard It Report.
Tuesday, 25 October, 7 to 8 pm
Overbrook Community Centre
Our community of Overbrook has gone through numerous changes over the years. The volunteers of the Overbrook Community Association (formerly known as the Community Council of Overbrook) have worked hard to ensure that developments and changes enhance rather than detract from our neighbourhood.
With the rapid changes being planned, it is more important than ever that the OCA remains active and strong in the community.
Please join us on Tuesday, 25 October to find out more.
- chat with board, committee members, past and present
- learn about past activities and successes
- hear about current and planned activities
- meet some of our community partners
- gather information
- view displays and slideshow
- share your ideas, concerns
Refreshments will be served.
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The topic: COMING TOGETHER TO STRENGTHEN COMMUNITY
Presenters include representatives from Crime Prevention Ottawa, Ottawa Police Service, Rideau-Rockcliffe Community Resource Centre, and Overbrook Community Development Framework, along with Councillor Tobi Nussbaum.
Come join the conversation! Every voice counts.
The next meeting of the OCA is Thursday, 19 Feburary 2015 at 6:30 pm at the Overbrook Community Centre. (Please note the new start time!)
We have invited a number of our community partners to join us to examine strategies to buildup and strengthen our connections so that all residents of Overbrook feels safe in their homes and on the street.
Speakers at the meeting include members of Crime Prevention Ottawa, Tobi Nussbaum – Ward 13 Councillor, Inspector Mike Laviolette – Ottawa Police Service, Yacouba Traoré – Rideau-Rockcliffe Community Resource Centre, and Mehdi Louzouaz. -, Community Development Framework Steering Committee.
Everyone is invited to join us in these important conversations. Please tell your neighbours and distribute the flyer below to your networks.