Bells Corners West

Bells Corners West is surrounded by the Greenbelt to the north, south, and west, and is bounded by Moodie Drive to the east. Originally named after Hugh Bell, Bells Corners West was mainly rural until the 1900s. By the 1950s, the neighbourhood had become a commercial centre for the outlying rural areas. The area was first part of Nepean Township, and later the City of Nepean until amalgamation with the City of Ottawa in 2001.

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Jami Omar Mosque, Old Richmond Road

Westcliffe Estates

Collège catholique Franco-Ouest, Seyton Drive

Community Associations & Organizations

Queensway Carleton Hospital, Volunteer Resources
Harmer House Seniors Residence Adult Day Programs
Westcliffe Community Association