Lincoln Heights, Ottawa

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Lincoln Heights, Ottawa
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Coordinates: 45°22′05″N 75°47′15″W / 45.36806°N 75.78750°W / 45.36806; -75.78750Coordinates: 45°22′05″N 75°47′15″W / 45.36806°N 75.78750°W / 45.36806; -75.78750
Country  Canada
Province  Ontario
City Flag of Ottawa, Ontario.svg Ottawa

Lincoln Heights (also known as Lincoln Heights - Parkway) is a neighbourhood in the Britannia area of Bay Ward in the west end of Ottawa, Canada. It is bounded to the south by Carling Avenue, to the north by Mud Lake, to the west by Greeview Avenue, and to the east by the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway.[1] The population of the neighbourhood is about 5800 (2011 Census)[2]

The area is notable for its proximity to the Ottawa River and Mud Lake bird sanctuary. Lincoln Fields transit station is the main transit hub in the neighbourhood, and Lincoln Fields Shopping Centre is the main commercial centre.

There are many high-rise condominiums and apartments in the neighbourhood.


The Old Forge Community Resource Centre, which is located in a historic building, is a key community centre. Carlingwood Shopping Centre is just east of Lincoln Fields at the corner of Carling and Woodroffe Avenue.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.baywardlive.ca/our-community/find-your-neighbourhood/#lincoln Archived 2013-10-02 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Population computed by removing Dissemination Area 35060646 and part of 35060645 from Census Tract 5050030.00

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