What is remediation and capping work?
When did the NCC know about contamination in Kingsview Park?
How will you ensure that contaminants don’t end up in our backyards?
How will the work affect groundwater?
Landscaping and design
Why were the 2017 trees planted in this park if it was known that the soil was contaminated?
Maintenance and security
What is being done to increase security in the park while work is ongoing?
Who takes care of the maintenance of Kingsview Park?
The maintenance of Kingsview Park — and other NCC Rideau River shoreline properties from Highway 417 to Sussex Drive — is the responsibility of the City of Ottawa. The City applies its general park maintenance standards to our sites, but we can work with them to address any additional areas of concern in terms of maintenance. For any questions and concerns, you can communicate directly with the City of Ottawa via its 3-1-1 line, or contact the NCC’s client services at firstname.lastname@example.org, and our staff will ensure that appropriate action is taken.
What is the potential impact on our health?
With regard to contaminated sites, the potential health impact has to be determined on a case-by-case basis. For specific details about the potential impact on your health, please visit the Health Canada website.
Why was the fence installed in May 2019 if work was not to be undertaken until the fall?
When will we be able to access the park?
How long does the capping last?
Can the electrical cables be buried, or other additional changes be made, while you are doing the work?
How will the community be informed about the project as it goes forward?
We will update our website as needed, and will be keeping the community informed via messages to the community association. You can also contact the NCC’s client services at email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns.