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COVID-19 March 25 Update
While it is important to get outdoors while practicing physical distancing, please stay off all park equipment until it is deemed safe to do so. This includes the play structure, basketball court, slides, climbers and benches.
Park equipment is not being cleaned and could potentially spread COVID-19. Park equipment has surfaces that are touched frequently and are not safe to use at this time, causing an additional risk to our community.
Please note that due to wet spring weather, fields can be damaged if used in their current condition.
SALTER SQUARE - 45th ANNIVERSARY!
It’s the beginning of a new decade, and a special milestone here at Salter as we celebrate 45 years as part of the Beaverbrook community and the greater community of Kanata.
Dave MacDonald, Property Manager, Condominium Management Group (CMG):
Email: email@example.com Phone: (613) 237-9519 ext. 275
434 Queen Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1R 7V7 | Fax 613.237-3533
EMERGENCY? In the event of an emergency, do not call Dave directly, even during office hours: please dial the emergency number immediately at (613) 736-6280. Of course, these emergencies relate to structural issues. Call 911 for fires or gas leaks.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors -- If you have any gas appliances, you MUST have a CO detector installed in your home. Ontario’s Fire Code has been amended to include new requirements for installation and maintenance of CO Detectors in homes with gas or fuel-burning appliances and with attached garages. Carbon monoxide alarms can be hardwired, battery-operated or plugged into the wall.
See more at: http://www.oafc.on.ca/carbon-monoxide
Ticks and Lyme Disease Awareness
In Kanata, we live in a moderate to high density area of tick population and a recent research study claims that one in three ticks tested carry the harmful Lyme disease bacteria.
It's important to do a really good tick check on pets, your kids and yourself.
It is especially important to take precautions when you're out walking on recreational trails, in wooded areas, particularly those areas with deciduous forests or where you might encounter some deer and now also to be aware within our own community.
For more information please check out the Ottawa Public Health website.
Please don't feed the squirrels!
We often receive complaints about residents feeding squirrels. Please be aware that continuing to do so can cause squirrels to become dependent and territorial and ultimately cause damage to property especially when they search for their cache.
Reminder: squirrels should never be fed... shelled peanuts or otherwise!
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CITY OF OTTAWA GARBAGE/RECYCLING CALENDAR
Download the Ottawa Collection Calendar mobile app for your device(s) to confirm your collection day.
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To stay informed about our community of Kanata North,
click the link above and visit the website of Councillor Jenna Sudds.
Click the link above for information about garbage and recycling, collection schedule, acceptable containers, disposal of bulky items, etc.
We request that all residents use an appropriate garbage can / recylce bin.
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Leash your pet
For the safety of pets and residents, pets are not to roam free at Salter. Please ensure that your pet is under your control at all times.
Pet food should not be left outdoors, as this attracts unwanted wildlife. It is also important that residents keep their garbage in containers to discourage wildlife from easy pickings.
See the Pets section of the Handbook for the complete set of rules and regulations regarding pet ownership at Salter.
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Last update March 30, 2020