BECA would like to thank our community partner The Friends of Mer Bleue for their support and grants over the past several years which allows us to put on wonderful events and implement projects in our community (gazebos, bulletin boards) which have enhanced our parks!
Our neighbourhood parks are:
Fountainhead Park, on the corner of Felicity Crescent and Joshua Street
Bradley Ridge Park on Radhika Court in Bradley Ridge
Tulip Tree Park on Tulip Tree Way at de La Melodie Street
Patrick Dugas Park on Compass Street in the Trailsedge neighbourhood.
Goldfinch Park on Joshua Street at Spring Valley Drive.
Eden Park on Coulour Road in Trailsedge Phase 3.
Bradley Ridge, Fountainhead and Patrick Dugas have splash pads, puddle rinks, basketball keys, toddler park and full play structures. Bradley Ridge and Partrick Dugas parks have small soccer fields, and Fountainhead has a smaller field.
Keeping our community safe
The neighbourhoods in BECA have great participation in the Neighbourhood Watch Program! If you would like to get your street involved, CLICK HERE to find out how to get started on your street.
Councillor Catherine Kitts - Orléans South-Navan Ward 19
110 Laurier avenue west
Ottawa Ontario K1P 1J1
THE PRESCOTT-RUSSELL TRAIL
In our own backyard
The Prescott-Russell Trail is a spectacular 72-km long multi-use trail that runs right in our backyards.
THE MER BLEUE SECTOR
The neighbourhoods that make up our community are the most western neighbourhoods in Orleans, only 15 minutes from downtown Ottawa.
We are privileged to border the Greenbelt, in the Mer Bleue Sector. This means that we are surrounded by incredible forests, trails, flora and fauna abound. For the outdoor enthusiast, we are a stone's throw away from incredible nature trails, the Mer Bleue Bog, and cycling paths.
Beautiful ponds attract a myriad of wildlife, such as ducks, geese, heron and other birds and animals. Enjoy the sunset from the lookout at the pond.
The main boarded rinks are at Bradley Ridge and Patrick Dugas parks, and are exquisitely maintained and have lighting!
Our rinks are volunteer-powered! We are always looking for rink volunteers, without them we cannot run the rinks.
Contact us if you are interested. We also provide voluteer hours for high school students.