Notice of Completion — Britannia Village Flood Control Project The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority and the City of Ottawa are pleased to announce that this project has been completed in accordance with the Class Environmental Assessment for Remedial Flood and Erosion Control Projects, approved under the Environmental Assessment Act for projects of this type. All monitoring program commitments have been met for the approved projects. This project will protect parts of the Britannia Village community that would otherwise be affected by overbank flooding during future Ottawa River floods. Its purpose is to reduce expected property damages, public safety risks and inconveniences…
February 15, 2018
Since 2006, the Province has required Conservation Authorities to regulate development in wetlands and adjacent lands and the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority’s (RVCA) responsibilities are outlined in Ontario Regulation 174/06. At their meeting on January 25, 2018, the RVCA Board of Directors passed a motion to apply Ontario Regulation 174/06 to wetlands in the Goulbourn Wetland Complex that were identified as Provincially Significant by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) in 2008. To-date, only wetlands identified in municipal Official Plans and zoning were regulated in this area. This recent decision by the Board brings the area in line…
December 14, 2016
RVCA Property Inquiry Service Deadline Friday, December 16 at 4 p.m. — if you require a property inquiry response before December 23, please submit on or before December 16. Anything received after December 16 will be processed starting on Tuesday, January 3, 2017. Ottawa Septic Office Service Deadlines Friday, December 16, 2016 at 4 p.m. – deadline for OSSO inspection requests Monday, December 19 at 4 p.m. — deadlines to submit: OSSO Part 8 Septic applications (new/replacement/alterations) OSSO Septic Record Searches ORWC OBC Part 8 registration
August 29, 2016
This workshop will update participants on some of the work that has been implemented since the 2011 Eastern Ontario Headwaters workshop. Updates will include advances in policy, monitoring, research and restoration which were all core themes at the 2011 workshop. Participants will hear a range of case studies from Eastern Ontario that collectively address how to incorporate headwater management in routine management decisions, policy development, and science understanding. Participants will hear from experts from Conservation Authorities, the City of Ottawa and the private sector on local success stories.