Update June 19, 2017

Thank you to all the good folk who came out to the Annual General Meeting. Among the topics discussed were the recent spring flood & consequences, Neighbourhood Watch, street painting, cars illegally using the bike path to access Greenview, and the Belltown Canada 150 Anniversary Celebration on Sunday, July 2.  Your new BNA Executive is: Alex Cullen (President), Russell Latham (VP), Marianna Oprea (Treasurer), Marion Craig (Secretary), and Nick Brunette-D'Souza, Annie McDougall, Chris Moore, Sharon Rosenberg, and Leah Travis (Directors). 

Update June 3, 2017

Belltown's Annual General Meeting will be Thursday, June 15 7pm in the Garden Room at the Ron Kolbus-Lakeside Centre (102 Greenview Ave.).  The executive will report on activities, we will elect a new executive for the next year and discuss a variety of ongoing and new topics.  Please see the June 2017 newsletter for more details.

Update May 9, 2017

We have consolidated the emergency Google Group into the general Belltown Neighbourhood Association Google Group and are shutting down the emergency list at this time.  More information to follow as our neighbourhood shifts to monitoring the berm/bikepath in conjunction with clean up efforts.

Update May 5, 2017

Our community is experiencing flooding from rising surface water, saturated ground conditions, and a rising underground water table.  We've created a new page  www.belltown.ca/flooding to help everyone stay informed.  We've also created an emergency communications email thread which you can join by emailing belltown-emergency-communications+subscribe@googlegroups.com.  Once a member, you can email everyone in the group by emailing belltown-emergency-communications@googlegroups.com and you will receive emails from any sending to the same address.  Please email that address if you are experiencing an emergency and need help from your neighbours.  We'll also use that address to send updates on conditions as we receive them.

Update June 7, 2015

The April 2015 newsletter is now available in the files section and the Meeting Minutes that have been approved by the Executive are now up.

The Capital Clean Up! Event was a great success.  Thanks everyone for coming and a big thanks to Kate Swetnam, the owner of the Shoppers Drugmart at 3080 Carling.  This is Kate's third year in a row donating the food and supplies for the Neighbours' BBQ after the cleanup. 

Update Feb 1, 2015

The February 2015 newsletter is now available in the files section.

The RVCA's Map of Belltown's Flood Hazard & Elevation is in the files section. Click here to see it now.

Update Jan 11, 2015

Our Annual General Meeting was a great success, and we have elected a new Executive.

The November 2014 newsletter is now available in the files section.

Update May 22, 2013

Our May 2013 newsletter has been released! It will be in your mailbox soon, but if you can't wait, it's also available under the Files section.

AGM & Executive meeting agendas and minutes are now available in the files section.

The Ottawa eMap online service was recently replaced by geoOttawa, so we've updated the Flood Plain section too.   

Update April 6, 2013

The Background Information on the Flood Plain has been updated with the handout provided at our April 3rd meeting.
Past newletters are now available on the Files Page.


Belltown is an area in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, located on the Ottawa River between Britannia Park and Andrew Haydon Park, and north of Carling Avenue.

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