Hintonburg

Hintonburg is a neighbourhood in Kitchissippi Ward in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, located west of the Downtown core. It is a historically working-class, predominantly residential neighbourhood, with a commercial strip located along Wellington Street West. It is home to the Parkdale Farmer's Market, located along Parkdale Avenue, just north of Wellington.

Hintonburg
Neighbourhood
Parkdale Avenue and the Parkdale Market
Hintonburg
Location in Ottawa
Coordinates (Hintonburg Community Centre): 45°24′23″N 75°43′45″W
CountryCanada
ProvinceOntario
CityOttawa
Established1826
Incorporated1893 (Village of Hintonburg)
Annexation1907 (City of Ottawa)
Government
  MPsCatherine McKenna
  MPPsJoel Harden
  CouncillorJeff Leiper
  Governing bodyHintonburg Community Association
  PresidentLinda Brown[1]
Area
  Total1.215 km2 (0.469 sq mi)
Elevation
65 m (213 ft)
Population
 (2016)
  Total7,844
  Density6,455.97/km2 (16,720.9/sq mi)
 Canada 2016 Census
Time zoneUTC−5 (EST)
  Summer (DST)UTC−4 (EDT)
Forward sortation area
K1Y

Its eastern border is the O-Train Trillium Line, just west of Preston Street, with Centretown West / Somerset Heights neighbourhood to the east. To the north it is bounded by the transitway (originally the Canadian Pacific Railway main line), along Scott Street, with Mechanicsville beyond. To the south it is bounded by the Queensway (originally the Canadian National Railway main line) (417 Highway) and to the west by Holland Avenue (Hintonburg Community Association borders)[1] or as far west as Island Park Drive. Using the community association's borders, the population of the neighbourhood is 7844 (2016 Census).[2]