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Welcome to Stonebridge!
The Stonebridge community is located in the rapidly growing suburban Barrhaven neighbourhood, in the southwest urban area of Ottawa, Ontario.
The Stonebridge community surrounds the scenic Stonebridge Golf & Country Club.


End of School Year Vandalism Awareness


The end of the school year is upon us, a very exciting time of year for the kids. Although certainly a reason for celebration, we have unfortunately had notable damage done to our community parks for the last several years as a result of after dark destructive activity. As a community we take pride in our parks and their well-being, and are continuously improving these spaces through investments in new tree plantings, park benches, etc.

We ask that you keep an eye out for vandalous activity in our parks over the next week, including noise disturbances after 11.00pm. Please don't hesitate to report activity of this nature to the Ottawa police at their non-emergency phone no. 613-230-6211 (crime in progress), or at 613-235-1222 ext. 7300 to report property damage.
Your support in protecting our community parks is greatly appreciated.

Canada Day in Barrhaven


Join us at Clark Fields in Barrhaven for Mattamy's annual Canada Day celebration!!!

For details see here.


2014 Movie Night in the Park

movie night
Date:     Saturday July 26th, 2014
Time:    After Dusk
Where:  Kilbirnie Park
Feature Movie:  A TURTLE'S TALE

Bring your blanket and chairs to enjoy a movie under the stars! Popcorn, drinks and other snacks will be available for purchase.

Special thanks to for sponsoring the Movie Nights in the Park.


    Has your tree been identified as having EAB?

    emerald-ash-borer tree-image The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) were identified in many of our community trees several years ago and unfortunately, continue to be a problem. It is of the utmost importance for residents to check ash trees on their property to identify whether their ash have been infected, as EAB can easily spread throughout our community‚Äôs ash trees. On a side note, volunteers will be mapping all street trees on the East side of Stonebridge this June. Any residents with infected trees will received a letter from the association letting them know about it and what they can do.
    The following City of Ottawa website outlines how to identify infected ash trees, offers information on injections, and discusses removal and disposal:
    The window for treatment of ash trees is in the late Spring. However, treatments can be completed until the end of August. If you have a city owned tree on your property that you would like injected, call 311.
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