Speedvale Avenue Reconstruction Project Notice date: July 31, 2020 About the project The City is working with Capital Paving Inc. to repair utility trenches and road services at the intersection of Speedvale Avenue and Woolwich Street. Work starts August 7 Work is expected to start at 7 p.m. on Friday, August 7 and should be
Saturday June 27, 2020 – Ward 2 Town Hall Summary
Hello Ward 2! Here’s the summary audio recording of the Ward 2 Town Hall with Guelph Police Chief Gord Cobey and your Ward 2 Councillors Rodrigo & James.
Guelph response to Coronavirus (COVID-19). All arenas, pools, recreation centres, libraries, and museums closed.
Latest Ward 2 Updates
- Construction notice: Portion of Speedvale Avenue and Woolwich Street intersection closed for repairs August 7 to 8 August 4, 2020
- We’re updating our plan for how we manage wastewater in Guelph July 22, 2020
- Community encouraged to support local with Guelph Shops July 20, 2020
- Guelph is heating up: Level yellow outside watering restrictions now in effect July 8, 2020
- June 27 Ward 2 Town Hall July 3, 2020
- Macdonell and Wyndham streets closed this weekend for Guelph’s first dining district July 3, 2020
- Guelph opening outdoor pools, splash pads, washrooms, Farmers’ Market and ServiceGuelph with COVID-19 measures in place June 19, 2020
- Face Masks & Hand Sanitizer Stations now Mandatory at all Guelph businesses June 11, 2020
- Guelph shifting from COVID-19 response to preparing for recovery May 12, 2020
- City implements curbside yard waste collection April 21, 2020
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- Seeding our food future 40 businesses at a time July 31, 2020… Continue reading Seeding our food future 40 businesses at a time The post Seeding our food future 40 businesses at a time appeared first on City of Guelph.Alison Thompson
- West End Community Centre reopens in August July 31, 2020The City welcomes people back to the West End Community Centre for camp, swims and library visits starting next week. Continue reading West End Community Centre reopens in August The post West End Community Centre reopens in August appeared first on City of Guelph.Michelle Rickard
- Guelph testing traffic data cameras for better traffic management July 31, 2020The City of Guelph is testing the effectiveness of two different traffic data collection cameras starting mid-August. Continue reading Guelph testing traffic data cameras for better traffic management The post Guelph testing traffic data cameras for better traffic management appeared first on City of Guelph.Patricia Halajski
- City of Guelph restoring services during COVID-19 July 31, 2020Based 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 restoring services during COVID-19 The post City of Guelph restoring services during COVID-19 appeared first […]Stacey Hare
- City of Guelph commits to diversity, inclusion and anti-racism initiatives July 24, 2020As an employer and local government, we’re reflecting on our role and the values that guide us to ensure our workplace and our community are welcoming places for everyone; Black, Indigenous, people of colour, people who identify as members of LGBTQ2 community, those who have disabilities and other underrepresented groups Continue reading City of Guelph […]Stacey Hare
- Jenny Mitchell announced as Guelph’s 2020 Artist in Residence July 24, 2020Jenny Mitchell has been named this year’s City of Guelph Artist in Residence. Continue reading Jenny Mitchell announced as Guelph’s 2020 Artist in Residence The post Jenny Mitchell announced as Guelph’s 2020 Artist in Residence appeared first on City of Guelph.Katie Burt
- Guelph museums to reopen with COVID-19 guidelines in place July 20, 2020The Guelph Civic Museum reopens this week with measures in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Visitors are asked to schedule a time to visit. McCrae House opens July 28. Continue reading Guelph museums to reopen with COVID-19 guidelines in place The post Guelph museums to reopen with COVID-19 guidelines in place appeared first […]Stacey Hare
- City offers COVID-19 Emergency Fund to not-for-profit organizations and groups July 20, 2020The City is offering a one-time Emergency Fund of $350,000 for not-for-profit organizations and unincorporated groups to help them adapt their services or programs to meet community needs due to COVID-19. Continue reading City offers COVID-19 Emergency Fund to not-for-profit organizations and groups The post City offers COVID-19 Emergency Fund to not-for-profit organizations and groups […]Katie Burt
- Council and City prepare to move forward with its Strategic Plan and Multi-Year Budget July 16, 2020… Continue reading Council and City prepare to move forward with its Strategic Plan and Multi-Year Budget The post Council and City prepare to move forward with its Strategic Plan and Multi-Year Budget appeared first on City of Guelph.Alison Thompson
- Mayor’s Task Force calls for decisive action to address childcare challenges for businesses, employees July 16, 2020The Mayor’s Task Force on Economic Recovery continues to urge governments and employers to make the provision of safe, accessible childcare a priority as more businesses call employees back to work as part of the Province’s re-opening plan. Continue reading Mayor’s Task Force calls for decisive action to address childcare challenges for businesses, employees The […]Katherine Galley
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