Representing the Bel-Air Heights, Bel-Air Park and Braemer Park neighbourhoods of West-end Ottawa. 

Bel-Air Park , Berwick Ave   -  Wed, July 17th, 2024, Play Starts @ 7pm


BACA will be there early (6:00pm) to co-host the community with some bubbles, cookies, games and freezies for the younger crowd and a chance to win a few prizes.

                   Come out, enjoy a great play, and take the opportunity

                 to meet some fabulous neighbors!


Fools in the Park (at Bel-Air Park, off Berwick Ave)   Wednesday, July 17th 7:00 pm 

Maitland Area Pollinator Projects Plant Sale / Exchange – Sunday July 21st

Agincourt Park (off Albany) 1:00 to 3 pm


Flower Garden Contest – First Week of Aug

Summer BBQ at Algonquin Park  - TBD

Clean the Capital Event (TBD)

Halloween Decorating Contest

Halloween Scavenging Hunt - TBD

Christmas Lighting & Decoration Contest

Snow Thing Contest

Board of Directors 2023-2024

The Executive Members are: 

Harry Fischer (President), Jonathan Ede (Treasurer) and Matthew Carey (Secretary) 

Board of Director Members & Committe Position:  Morley Brownstein (Membership), Matthew Carey & Steve Bonderski (Traffic) Tatiana Vorobej (Housing & Development),  Bruce Thomson (SWM Pond), Jonathan Ede (NCC and City Parks) and Morley Brownstein (FCA and CAFES)  Harry Fischer (Enviroment) 

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To join, please provide your information by completing the form on our Join/Renew webpage

There is no membership fee currently, but we do appreciate donations!  Email transfers are accepted at: 

Full membership is for in-area members, and gives full voting rights.  See "About Us" page for details of  the Bel-Air boundary.  Associate membership is for those living out of the community boundary. 

If you have any questions, please use the form on the Contact Us webpage. 


The Bel Air community is located on the traditional unceded , unsurrendered territory of the Anishinaabe Algonquin People. The Algonquin People have inhabited and cared for these lands long before today. We take this time to show our gratitude and respect to them, and to the land for all that it provides us: trees to give shade, water and food to sustain us, and paths to connect us. Within our community , we embrace the responsibility to help ensure that the next generations of land stewards are respectful and grateful for the bounty of this land on which we all live, work, play, and study.