Ottawa Apartments & housing rentals
Living in & moving to Ottawa
Including the areas of: Carleton, Centretown, Orleans, Kanata, Nepean, Vanier, etc., Ottawa Ontario.
For information on your rights as a tenant go to the Ontario Tenants Most Asked Questions and Answers page.
This is also a helpful list of community and social services for those who are living in or moving to Ottawa, not just those who are looking for Ottawa apartments for rent.
Student housing apartments for Ottawa universities and community colleges:
Social Services - Housing City of Ottawa
How to contact the Mayor of the City of Ottawa
How to contact your City of Ottawa City Councillors
City of Ottawa Bylaws
more City of Ottawa services, page.
The Ottawa apartment heat By-law #201-89 says rental units should be kept at 20 degrees Celsius (68F) from 6 am to 11 pm, and 16.67 degrees Celsius (62F) from 11 pm to 6 pm. If your heat is not maintained at least at those temperatures, then first complain to your landlord, then you can call the City of Ottawa, either your City Councillor or a bylaw inspector, regarding apartment heat by calling 311.
Noise bylaw, for Ottawa
City of Ottawa garbage and recycling information.
For Ottawa Lawyers & legal help. Legal Aid, both subsidized legal help and private practise lawyers.
For Ottawa area community and social services including foodbanks, plus Service Ontario and Service Canada locations for provincial and federal government services.
Click the follow for Ottawa doctors, walk-in clinics, hospitals and distress centres
For Emergency shelters in Ottawa, call 311, or Toll-Free 866-261-9799, TTY: 613-580-2401 or the General Line 613-580-2626;