Ottawa Fire Services Station 45 Open House

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Background

Kanata is getting a new fire station to serve fast-growing Kanata North suburbs. The City of Ottawa wants to share information and an opportunity for residents to ask questions about the design and construction plans for the new Kanata North Fire Station 45. There are two ways for you to learn more:

  1. You are invited to an open house to view the site plans and renderings. City staff will be on-hand to respond to questions.
  2. You can also learn more about the design and construction plans online until July 22.

Event information

June 20, 2022

7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

St. Isidore Elementary School

1105 March Road, Kanata, ON K2K 1X7

No registration is required. Feel free to drop in at any time to view the design and construction plans and have your questions answered by City staff.

Basic information about the station

The proposed Kanata North Fire Station 45 will be relocated from 640 Cameron Harvey Driveto the new site at 1075 March Road. The new fire station will serve Ward 4 Kanata North and Ward 5 West Carleton-March.

A 2015 Station Location Study confirmed that there would be no operational impacts or adverse impacts to public safety in relocating Station 45. The study assessed projected growth, anticipated risks and benefits of the new station being recommended.

The relocation of Station 45 (Cameron Harvey) within the Kanata North Community Design Plan. Currently, Station 45 (Cameron Harvey) is a composite station containing 10 career firefighters and volunteer firefighters. In order to meet the new standards based on projected growth, the new station would require an additional 10 career firefighters. The station will remain a composite station and include volunteer firefighters.

The current staffing of Station 45, as well as the equipment and apparatus, will relocate to the station’s new location.

Timeline

The projected timeline for construction of the Kanata North station is 2023.

Background

Kanata is getting a new fire station to serve fast-growing Kanata North suburbs. The City of Ottawa wants to share information and an opportunity for residents to ask questions about the design and construction plans for the new Kanata North Fire Station 45. There are two ways for you to learn more:

  1. You are invited to an open house to view the site plans and renderings. City staff will be on-hand to respond to questions.
  2. You can also learn more about the design and construction plans online until July 22.

Event information

June 20, 2022

7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

St. Isidore Elementary School

1105 March Road, Kanata, ON K2K 1X7

No registration is required. Feel free to drop in at any time to view the design and construction plans and have your questions answered by City staff.

Basic information about the station

The proposed Kanata North Fire Station 45 will be relocated from 640 Cameron Harvey Driveto the new site at 1075 March Road. The new fire station will serve Ward 4 Kanata North and Ward 5 West Carleton-March.

A 2015 Station Location Study confirmed that there would be no operational impacts or adverse impacts to public safety in relocating Station 45. The study assessed projected growth, anticipated risks and benefits of the new station being recommended.

The relocation of Station 45 (Cameron Harvey) within the Kanata North Community Design Plan. Currently, Station 45 (Cameron Harvey) is a composite station containing 10 career firefighters and volunteer firefighters. In order to meet the new standards based on projected growth, the new station would require an additional 10 career firefighters. The station will remain a composite station and include volunteer firefighters.

The current staffing of Station 45, as well as the equipment and apparatus, will relocate to the station’s new location.

Timeline

The projected timeline for construction of the Kanata North station is 2023.

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