Welcome to Amica Westboro Park

Residence Address: 491 Richmond Road Ottawa, ON K2A 1G4

Discover premium senior living at Amica Westboro Park. This vibrant retirement residence in Ottawa is tucked into the beautiful neighbourhood of Westboro Park, steps from the walking trails along the shore of the Ottawa River.

Exceptional care

What type of care is available at Amica Westboro Park? Our wellness team is available 24/7. We combine exceptional hospitality, activities and amenities with professional care services. You can choose the option that best fits your needs:

For seniors with Alzheimer's or another type of dementia, you will have personalized support to meet your unique needs, even as those needs change. Our team looks forward to helping you find the right fit within Amica’s range of care options, including a dedicated Memory Care program.

What’s unique at Amica Westboro Park

Our thoughtfully designed six-storey building is part of an established residential community and the popular Westboro Village neighbourhood. The majority of our suites have balconies so you can sip a glass of wine while watching the sun set over the river or the cityscape at the end of the day.

Exploring the neighbourhood

Amica Westboro Park is easily accessed by the Sir John A. MacDonald Parkway. It’s conveniently located near tranquil green spaces, residential streets lined by mature trees, and fun shopping and dining at independent venues on Richmond Street and Westboro Village. Just to the west is Maplelawn Garden, a 19th-centry walled garden that host many community events; and the Ottawa Farmers’ Market is just to the south. Westboro Park and the family-friendly beachfront of the Ottawa River are nearby. Stroll the city’s network of paved pedestrian paths, meet a friend for fair-trade coffee around the corner, or take advantage of our shuttle bus for scheduled excursions.

Things to do around Amica Westboro Park

Our capital city is well known for its wealth of museums and galleries. Some of our favourite outings include visiting the National Arts Centre, the National Gallery of Canada and the Canadian Museum of Nature. The Highland Lawn Bowling club is one of our neighbours and a number of our residents enjoy a little friendly competition. Check out Fuse Festival, a local summertime musical block party, do some shopping at Carlingwood Shopping Centre, or join a scenic drive to Dow’s Lake on the Rideau Canal or the Gatineau Hills.