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Guelph, Ont., May 11, 2020—At this afternoon’s special Council meeting, senior administrative staff detailed the City’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic over the last month, and highlighted the City’s shift from response to preparing for recovery. The report prepared by staff focused on the work underway to advance Guelph’s economic and social recovery, along with

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Guelph response to Coronavirus (COVID-19). All arenas, pools, recreation centres, libraries, and museums closed.

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  • Guelph Transit asks riders to wear masks as more people are permitted on buses June 5, 2020
    Guelph Transit will allow more than 10 people to ride each bus and ask all riders to wear a non-medical mask or face covering. Continue reading Guelph Transit asks riders to wear masks as more people are permitted on buses The post Guelph Transit asks riders to wear masks as more people are permitted on […]
    Stacey Hare
  • City of Guelph responding to Coronavirus June 3, 2020
    Based on the advice from Guelph’s Medical Officer of Health to slow the spread of COVID-19, the City of Guelph has declared an emergency, closed City buildings to the public and cancelled programs and events. Continue reading City of Guelph responding to Coronavirus The post City of Guelph responding to Coronavirus appeared first on City […]
    Stacey Hare
  • Guelph making temporary sidewalk and road changes so people can be active outdoors and remain 2 metres apart May 28, 2020
    Guelph is making temporary road and sidewalk changes at seven locations so people walking and cycling can stay 2 metres apart. Continue reading Guelph making temporary sidewalk and road changes so people can be active outdoors and remain 2 metres apart The post Guelph making temporary sidewalk and road changes so people can be active […]
    Patricia Halajski
  • Mayor’s Task Force identifies mental health support, PPE procurement as vital to economic recovery May 27, 2020
    The Mayor’s Task Force on Economic Recovery continues to pursue solutions to support local businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading Mayor’s Task Force identifies mental health support, PPE procurement as vital to economic recovery The post Mayor’s Task Force identifies mental health support, PPE procurement as vital to economic recovery appeared first on […]
    Katherine Galley
  • City and library reach tentative agreements with CUPE unions May 26, 2020
    The City of Guelph, the Guelph Public Library and Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) locals 241, 973 and 1946 have reached tentative collective agreements for Guelph’s outside, office and library employees. Continue reading City and library reach tentative agreements with CUPE unions The post City and library reach tentative agreements with CUPE unions appeared […]
    MaryJo Milhomens
  • Guelph, Wellington and partners unveil latest initiatives to support economic recovery May 26, 2020
    … Continue reading Guelph, Wellington and partners unveil latest initiatives to support economic recovery The post Guelph, Wellington and partners unveil latest initiatives to support economic recovery appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Alison Thompson
  • Council approves Clair-Maltby open space system strategy May 26, 2020
    Guelph Council approved the Clair-Maltby open space system strategy which plans for 38 hectares of open space, equal to almost 47 Canadian football fields. Continue reading Council approves Clair-Maltby open space system strategy The post Council approves Clair-Maltby open space system strategy appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Laura Mousseau
  • Harvesting Impact. It takes a community to feed a community. May 21, 2020
    Guelph-Wellington’s Harve$t Impact fund will match up to $90,000 in donations to The SEED’s Emergency Food Home Delivery program. Make a donation at harvestimpact.ca. Continue reading Harvesting Impact. It takes a community to feed a community. The post Harvesting Impact. It takes a community to feed a community. appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Stacey Hare
  • Leash-free areas, tennis courts and greenspaces reopening May 20, 2020
    The City is loosening restrictions on parks, greenspaces and sports fields, including opening unfenced leash-free areas and tennis courts, on Saturday, May 23. Continue reading Leash-free areas, tennis courts and greenspaces reopening The post Leash-free areas, tennis courts and greenspaces reopening appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Katie Burt
  • Guelph waste drop-off opens May 26 for household hazardous waste and garbage May 15, 2020
    Starting May 26, you can bring garbage and household hazardous waste to the public drop-off. Recycling, yard waste and reuse areas remain closed. Continue reading Guelph waste drop-off opens May 26 for household hazardous waste and garbage The post Guelph waste drop-off opens May 26 for household hazardous waste and garbage appeared first on City […]
    Stacey Hare

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