Ottawa Neighbourhoods

Our list of Ottawa neighbourhoods will give you a good idea where each area is located. We have broken down the list by East, West, Central and South areas of Ottawa.

This list is a great place to start if you are moving to Ottawa and aren't familiar with all the areas. It is also good if you are planning on moving and want to find a specific area.  It is even good for those of us who live here and need to know in what area of town a certain neighbourhood is in. To be honest, I learned quite a bit when making this table!

East End Central West End South End
Orleans The Glebe Kanata Lakes Greely
Orleans Wood Cardinal Glen Westboro Hunt Club
Convent Glen Gloucester Kanata Barrhaven
Avalon Alta Vista Bayshore Stonebridge
Fallingbrook Billings Bridge Glen Cairn Leitrim
Queenswood Heights Byward Market Leslie Park Meadowlands
Chapel Hill Carlingwood Carp Morewood
Chatelaine Village Centretown Cedargrove Craig Henry
Chateau Neuf Rideau Heights Bridlewood Kemptville
Gardenway Manordale Bells Corners Osgoode
Navan Manor Park Emerald Meadows Manotick
Limoges Central Park Beaverbrook North Gower
Carlsbad Springs Dows Lake Stanley’s Corner Richmond
Blackburn Hamlet Experimental Farm Carleton Place Russell
Bourget Hintonburg Blossom Park Greenboro
Carson Grove Hog’s Back Britannia Edwards
Casselman Island Park Lincoln Heights Metcalfe
Overbrook Little Italy Katimavik Riverside South
Rockland New Edinburgh Morgan’s Grant Munster Hamlet
Beacon Hill Sandy Hill Stittsville Stonebridge
Embrun Centrepoint Almonte Country Place
Cardinal Heights Vanier   South Keys
Rockliffe Park      

If you have any questions about our list above or if you think we have listed one in error (or even have one to add), please let us know.  We think we have added almost all of the neighbourhoods but seeing as Ottawa is growing, we could easily have missed one (or two).

We hope our list of neighbourhoods in Ottawa will be useful to you for your upcoming move or just to find out where something is located!

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