- Housing affordability for all and supportive, affordable housing for the most vulnerable.
- Living Streets — thriving, safe and inviting streets for people and commerce.
- A New Official Plan for a Green and Resilient Ottawa — emphasizing “complete communities”, natural space protection, recreation and planning certainty.
- Full implementation of Energy Evolution, moving us to a climate resilient Ottawa. Lead in reducing Ottawa’s contribution to the problem and building smart, resilient, green infrastructure.
- Increase funding for sidewalk, pathway and road repair and/or replacement.
- Tree canopy expansion and a stronger Tree Conservation Bylaw.
- Accelerate construction of affordable housing across the City of Ottawa by helping to broker cross-sector partnerships and by passing a stronger city Affordable Housing Policy.
- Fully implement Energy Evolution — Ottawa’s renewable energy transition strategy to provide resilience from energy price shocks and extreme weather events, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, encourage diversified economic development and more jobs, notably in decentralized areas of employment
- Ongoing O-train expansion in place of road expansion
- Tree canopy protection and expansion through the new Tree Protection Bylaw
- Park improvements and expansion for passive recreation at no cost for all residents
- Reduce overall noise in urban communities — a critical health building block
- Protect public health and well-being in face of Cannabis legalization
- Provide greater certainty to communities in the development approvals process through consistent application of zoning, community design plans and infill design guidelines
- Reduce long-distance travel needs and associated congestion by promoting smarter suburban planning and more active transportation connections within suburbs.
- Continue to support public health promotion through the implementation of Ottawa Public Health‘s Healthy Eating, Active Living (HEAL) strategy.
- Update noise bylaw and enforcement to provide greater protection to residents from events and festivals, and to clarify expectations for event organizers. Specifically, develop clear rules for the use of deep bass amplification and provide enforcement officers with the training and tools needed to measure and, where necessary, enforce the bylaw. Encourage event partners to work together constructively to avoid problems.
- Update the Tree Conservation Bylaw to better protect urban trees
- Reduce speed limits on all residential streets to a 40 km/h maximum in collaboration with the province. Implement more low-cost traffic calming approaches, including greater use of roundabouts and lane narrowing to make walking and cycling safer. Use on-street parking as a tool for traffic calming and revise permit rules and pricing to discourage daily car commuting, by making on-street residential parking permits easier to obtain and less expensive.
- Develop bird-safe design guidelines for Ottawa, similar to those already adopted by Toronto, San Francisco, Chicago and other cities.