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Next week on Tuesday February 25th at 5:30pm and Wednesday February 26th at 2pm, the City’s Transportation Services team is hosting open houses at City Hall to get your input on: What aspect of road safety is most important to you and what road safety topics should be prioritized (for example, distracted driving, impaired driving, speeding,

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Did you know the City of Guelph has a page dedicated to collecting your feedback? Check out Have Your Say to see opportunities to influence City projects, including new parks, master plans, bylaw reviews and City programs!

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  • Proposed solution to address City’s concerns with Dolime Quarry before Council in March February 20, 2020
    On March 30 City Council is expected to make a decision about the proposed solution to address the City’s concerns with operations at the Dolime Quarry. Continue reading Proposed solution to address City’s concerns with Dolime Quarry before Council in March The post Proposed solution to address City’s concerns with Dolime Quarry before Council in […]
    Laura Mousseau
  • Staff-recommended open space strategy for Clair-Maltby to be discussed at Council in March February 20, 2020
    City staff is bringing its recommendation for the Clair-Maltby open space system strategy to Council’s Committee of the Whole on March 2. Continue reading Staff-recommended open space strategy for Clair-Maltby to be discussed at Council in March The post Staff-recommended open space strategy for Clair-Maltby to be discussed at Council in March appeared first on […]
    Laura Mousseau
  • Public workshop dives into new Tree Technical Manual February 18, 2020
    Guelph's new Tree Technical Manual standardizes how City staff, developers and contractors work together to preserve, protect and maintain trees. Continue reading Public workshop dives into new Tree Technical Manual The post Public workshop dives into new Tree Technical Manual appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Katie Burt
  • City announces 2020 Community Grant recipients February 18, 2020
    The City of Guelph has granted 49 not-for-profit community organizations with $307,200 in funding for activities that enhance quality of life, inclusivity. Continue reading City announces 2020 Community Grant recipients The post City announces 2020 Community Grant recipients appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Katie Burt
  • UPDATE: repair is complete and road is open. February 17, 2020
    Eramosa Road closed between Meyer Drive and Callander Drive Guelph, Ont., February 17, 2020—City crews are responding to a water main break on Eramosa Road at Meyer Drive; repairs are expected to be completed by late this evening. There are no health risks as a result of the break. Lanes are closed in both directions […]
    MaryJo Milhomens
  • City’s new online registration portal will have you Rec’nrolling! February 14, 2020
    Recenroll.ca makes it easier than ever to sign up for the City's recreation programs.  Continue reading City’s new online registration portal will have you Rec’nrolling! The post City’s new online registration portal will have you Rec’nrolling! appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Michelle Rickard
  • Nominations now open for 2020 Mayor’s Awards February 12, 2020
    Deadline for submissions April 10 Key facts Nominate an individual for the 2020 Mayor’s Awards at guelph.ca/mayorsawards before 4:30 p.m. on April 10, 2020. Media release Guelph, Ont., February 12, 2020 – Mayor Cam Guthrie is now accepting nominations for the 2020 Mayor’s Awards, which recognize people who make Guelph a better place through volunteer […]
    Katherine Galley
  • Mayor shares his 2020 vision in State of the City address February 7, 2020
    Guelph, Ont., February 7, 2020 – Mayor Cam Guthrie presented his sixth annual State of the City address this morning, sharing his vision for Guelph in 2020 and beyond. Mayor Guthrie began his address by reflecting on a headline-generating quote from his 2019 address, in which he said he had “failed as a mayor” in […]
    Katherine Galley
  • Join Jennifer Keesmaat, Pamela Robinson and Guelph’s Chief Planner for a conversation about a growing city February 6, 2020
    Thursday February 27 in Guelph, join city planning experts to discuss what it means to be a growing city. Continue reading Join Jennifer Keesmaat, Pamela Robinson and Guelph’s Chief Planner for a conversation about a growing city The post Join Jennifer Keesmaat, Pamela Robinson and Guelph’s Chief Planner for a conversation about a growing city […]
    Patricia Halajski
  • Trees in the city – plaudits for sustainable urban forestry trailblazers February 5, 2020
    Media release originally published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the Arbor Day Foundation. Continue reading Trees in the city – plaudits for sustainable urban forestry trailblazers The post Trees in the city – plaudits for sustainable urban forestry trailblazers appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Katie Burt

Did you know that the fastest way to provide feedback, make a complaint or request a service is to contact the City department in charge of that service? Use the “How Can We Help You?” directory at guelph.ca/how-can-we-help-you/ to find the right City department to contact.

Here you will find after-hours contact information, as well as contact information for the most used City services.

See a problem? Report it with 311 GIS! It’s a new way to use your smartphone, mobile device or desktop to report concerns about road maintenance, parking, wildlife, signs, property maintenance and more.

You can report a problem on the spot, attach pictures or videos, and get updates about the City’s response. You can also see if other people are reporting similar problems in your neighbourhood, or across town. 

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