The June 2016 edition of the Navan Nugget is now available.
Come join us to learn more about SNC’s sampling and monitoring work within the McKinnon’s Creek area! Thursday, June 9, 2016 – 7:00 pm Navan Memorial Community Centre, 1295 Colonial Rd, Navan, ON Residents are invited to come out to meet South Nation Conservation (SNC) staff, and project partners to learn more about the work … Read more
Ottawa – Residents are invited to provide feedback as the City prepares a new, stand-alone by-law to regulate right-of-way patios – patios that operate on City sidewalks and boulevards You can learn more on ottawa.ca/patioreview about how patios are currently regulated through a broader existing by-law, what the objectives of this patio by-law review are … Read more
Dear Mayor, Wardens and Councils of the city of Ottawa, The Art Tree Project evolved from a challenge issued by the Ontario Culture Talks held in Pembroke Ontario last fall to engage our communities in arts and culture. Ambitious in scope, this project hopes to engage all of Canada in community art shows to celebrate … Read more
The May 2016 edition of the Navan Nugget is now available.
The Navan Minor Ball League is preparing for the 2016 season. If you’re child is interested in playing, please download the registration form and return the completed form with cheque to 3735 Trim Road, Navan, Ontario.
Welcome to this month’s Community Safety Zone! As spring approaches, we will focus on providing Navan residents with tips on how to make their homes more secure. Although we are lucky to live in such a safe community, our village is not immune to incidents of thefts and residential break & enters. The best way … Read more
Happy New Year from the Navan Community Association Safety Committee! There was no column last month due to the Christmas holidays, but we are now back and looking forward to more interactions with our residents for the remainder of 2015! For this month’s column, we will focus on a safety issue which is raised by … Read more
Welcome to the Navan Community Association Safety Committee’s second monthly column! This month, we will focus on the often asked question: “when can I leave my child home alone?” Since every child has a different level of maturity, judgement and autonomy, there is no specific age. However, the Ontario Child and Family Services Act states … Read more
Welcome to the Navan Community Association Safety Committee’s first, of what is hopefully going to be several monthly columns! The Safety Committee’s mandate is to assist the residents of Navan with any concerns or questions they may have as it relates to public safety. It also acts as a liaison between our village and the … Read more