Ottawa’s Community Associations

As a public service, Bulldog Ottawa has created links to all of Ottawa’s community associations. This is an opportunity to get involved in your neighbourhood.

Federation of Citizens’Associations of Ottawa-Carleton, Alta Vista, Beacon Hill, Beckett’s Landing, Blackburn Hamlet, Bradley Estates , Briarbrook, Morgan’s Grant, Bridlewood, Burritts Rapids, Canterbury, Cardinal Creek , Carleton Heights, Carlington, Carlingwood, Carlsbad Springs , Cedarhill, Central Park , Centrepointe, Centretown, Champlain Park, Chapel Hill South, Civic Hospital Neighbourhood , Constance & Buckhams Bay, Convent Glen/Orleans Wood, Copeland Park , Corkery, Country Place , Crystal Bay , Cumberland Village, Dalhousie, Dow’s Lake , Dunrobin, Faircrest Heights, Fairlea, Fallingbrook, Findlay Creek, Fitzroy Harbour , Galetta, General Burns, Glabar Park, Glebe (website) (newspaper), Glen Cairn , Glens, Greely, Half Moon Bay , Hampton Iona , Havenlea-Chapman Mills, Hearts Desire , Heron Park, Highland Park , Hintonburg, Hunt Club, Huntley, Island Park , Kanata Beaverbrook , Kanata Lakes , Kanata Town Centre, Kars, Katimavik-Hazeldean, Kinburn, Leslie Park , Lincoln Heights-Parkway, Lindenlea, Lowertown, Manor Park, Manotick, March Rural, McKellar Park , Metcalfe, Munster Hamlet , Navan, New Edinburgh (website) (newspaper), Nicolls Island , North Gower , Old Ottawa South (website) (newspaper), Orchard Estates , Osgoode, Ottawa East, Portobello South, Qualicum-Graham Park , Queensway Terrace North, Queenswood Heights, Richmond, Riverside Park, Riverside South, Riverview Park, Rockcliffe Park , Rockcliffe Mews/Carson Grove, Rothwell Heights, Sandy Hill , Sarsfield, South Keys Greenboro, Southpointe, Stittsville, Stonebridge, Tanglewood-Hillsdale, Trailwest, Trend-Arlington, Vanier, Vars, West Barrhaven, Wellington Village , Westboro, Westboro Beach, Westcliffe Estates, Whitehaven, Woodpark, Woodroffe North, Citizens for safe cycling, Greenspace Alliance,

 

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2 Responses to Ottawa’s Community Associations

  1. Jordan Charbonneau, CCCA President says:

    Thanks Ken! Giving people the information to get involved is always a good thing.

  2. Mary B says:

    Very Impressive Ken. This should make a lot of people happy. Keep up the good work.

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