What improvements would you like to see in Carlington?

Our City Councilor, Riley Brockington (River Ward), is looking for the Carlington Community Association’s input on how to allocate funding towards community benefits. The results of this survey will inform a recommendation to Mr. Brockington on behalf of the...

Get a free ride to your first vaccination appointment and back

Any River Ward resident who has been reluctant to get their first COVID dose is welcome to contact the office of our City Councillor, Riley Brockington. The office will make arrangements for Riley to pick you up at your home, take you to your appointment and return...

Replacement of Harrold Park Gazebo starts June 7

The current gazebo located in Harrold Park Place has come to the end of its lifecycle and will be replaced, starting on June 7, 2021. In addition to the gazebo, an accessible pathway from the road will be built, and there will be two new picnic tables and a bench....

New All-Way Stops Have Been Approved

The City of Ottawa’s Transportation Committee has unanimously approved the recommendations made by our City Councillor, Riley Brockington, to add two new all-way stop signs in Carlington at: Trent & ChevrierLaperriere & McBride The Transportation...

Help Identify Active Transportation Priorities in Carlington

As part of the City of Ottawa’s review of the Transportation Master Plan, an extensive review of the Active Transportation Network is being undertaken by City staff. All members of Council, including our City Councillor, Riley Brockington, have been asked to identify...

Please support installation of two new 3-way stops in Carlington

In response to safety concerns raised in the community, our City Councillor, Riley Brockington will soon be seeking approval from the City’s Transportation Committee to install several three-way stops in River Ward, including two in Carlington: at Trent...