Bel-Air Heights

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Bel-Air Heights
Neighbourhood
Bel-Air Heights is located in Ottawa
Bel-Air Heights
Bel-Air Heights
Location in Ottawa
Coordinates: 45°21′28″N 75°45′18″W / 45.357785°N 75.75503°W / 45.357785; -75.75503
Country Canada
Province Ontario
City Ottawa
Electoral district Ottawa West—Nepean
Government
 • Mayor Jim Watson
 • MP Anita Vandenbeld
 • MPP Jeremy Roberts
 • Councillor Rick Chiarelli
Area[1]
 • Total 0.659 km2 (0.254 sq mi)
  Canada 2006 Census
Time zone UTC−5 (Eastern (EST))
 • Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)

Bel-Air Heights (also spelled Bel Air Heights[2]) is a neighbourhood in College Ward in the west end of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is bounded on the east by Agincourt Road, on the south by Baseline Road, on the west by Navaho Drive and on the north by the Central Experimental Farm Pathway. The neighobourhood is mostly a middle class housing neighbourhood. The lower income housings are closer to Baseline Rd.

Most of the homes were built in 1959 and 1960. There are a few apartments on Baseline and Navaho that were built later on. The neighbourhood has three parks; Agincourt Park, Ainsley Park and Navaho Park. For schools there is Agincourt Public School, J. H. Putman Public School, Charlotte Lemieux French School and Woodroffe High School.

The population of the area is roughly 2500.

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