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    A Spring view of the Crawford Drive crabapple trees as they put on a spectacular display!
  • A lift at poolside allows persons with mobility issues, including wheelchairs to access the pool with minimum assistance.

    Our Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre now has a Poolpod poolside platform lift helping to remove barriers to pool access.
  • Women wearing a blue mask outside of a store

    Peterborough: Proud to Cover Up!

Welcome to the Website of Councillor Kim Zippel

May Long Weekend City Storm Response & Recovery

Conditions across our community remain dynamic and many are still without power.  We understand how difficult the disruption to power can be, and thank you for your patience, kindness to your neighbours, and to our city staff who are doing their best to keep essential services operating, and to assist those in need.

For the most up-to-date information please check the City of Peterborough Storm Response at:  Storm Response Updates

To report a downed power line call Hydro One at 1-800-434-1235 or report it online at https://www.hydroone.com/.

Hydro One customers can report their outage by texting 92887 (WATTS), online, through the company’s outage map and app, or by calling 1-800-434-1235. An estimated time of restoration will be assigned to each outage as damage is assessed. Customers can view the current status of their outage here.

Emergency services remind residents to only use 9-1-1 for emergencies – please do not call 9-1-1 for updates on the outage or to report a downed power line.

City Public Works crews are continuing recovery efforts, removing downed trees from streets and sidewalks. Fallen trees that are caught in live power lines have to be left until the power lines are safely addressed. Residents are asked to stay clear of trees that may be damaged as they may be unsafe with limbs that could still fall.

Thank you for pulling together as a community!

Kim

About the Otonabee Ward Website

This site is intended as a resource to engage, inform and inspire all residents of Otonabee Ward 1 (OW1).  Think of it as YOUR website. 

Please explore the site to find answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ), quick links to online reporting, or to learn about upcoming meetings as well as local events happening inside our Ward and across our city and region.  The ‘Happening Now’ sidebar also provides public service notices and links to the most recent information impacting you and your family.

To learn more about my background and council portfolios, please visit the Meet Kim page or better yet, visit the Calendar Page and join me at the next online public event.

The OW1 website also hosts a blog where you have the opportunity to have a voice and engage your neighbours by writing about upcoming projects, highlighting special places and the wonderful people who live within our community.  See the sidebar to connect to the most recent blog posts or use the Navigation Menu at the top of this home page to access the full list of posts and commenting policy.  It’s your opportunity to contribute something valuable, so please let me know if you would like to submit your own post! 

A unique feature of the OW1 website is the Ward map (please see below).  

Accessibility 

This website employs accessibility features that I hope you will find helpful. Site accessibility information  is located  on the Accessibility page.  If you have feedback on how to make the site better or more accessible, please email your feedback to Kim Zippel.

Otonabee Ward 1 Boundary Map

Map Legend 

 The Good:  Mark the places and projects that make Otonabee Ward special.   

 The Bad:  Mark areas that need fixing, or where a  beneficial community resource could be added. 

 The Ugly:  Mark areas that really concern you & need to be addressed with high priority.  

 For Your Interest:  A general category.

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