Anticipating increased need for disposing spoiled food, the City has set up several sites where residents will have ongoing access to organics-only waste dumpsters. Several new sites have been established and more are being added.
Bins are in place and ready for use at the following locations:
- Navan Memorial Centre at 1295 Colonial Road
- CARDELREC Recreation Complex Goulbourn at 1500 Shea Road
- Hunt Club-Riverside Park Community Centre at 3320 Paul Anka Drive
- Howard Darwin Centennial Arena at 1765 Merivale Road
- NEW: Walter Baker Sports Centre at 100 Malvern Drive
- NEW: Minto Recreation Complex at 3500 Cambrian Road
- NEW: Osgoode Community Centre at 5662 Osgoode Main Street
- NEW: Orléans Library at 1705 Orléans Boulevard
- NEW: Lincoln Fields at 2525 Carling Avenue
Visit the Storm recovery webpage on ottawa.ca for further location updates.
Damaged trees and brush
Property owners do not need a permit to remove dead or hazardous trees on their private property where the tree is an immediate threat to public health and safety or will not survive the damage sustained. Photos should be taken before removal to provide evidence of the condition of the tree should there by future inquiries.
City crews are working to remove tree branches and yard waste, but it will take several weeks before the cleanup is finished. If possible, residents should bring tree-cuttings, branches and brush to the curb for collection, ensuring it does not impede the roadway or pedestrian access. Please separate brush like tree cuttings or branches from non-organic storm-related waste like damaged lawn furniture or broken fencing.