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  • City facilities begin reopening January 31 January 21, 2022
    … Continue reading City facilities begin reopening January 31 The post City facilities begin reopening January 31 appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Alison Thompson
  • Launching Zero Waste Economic Transformation Lab January 20, 2022
    Today, representatives from Co-operators, the City of Guelph, Wellington County and the Guelph Smart Cities Office launched the Zero Waste Economic Transformation Lab, a new initiative under the Circular Opportunity Innovation Launchpad (COIL). Continue reading Launching Zero Waste Economic Transformation Lab The post Launching Zero Waste Economic Transformation Lab appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Michelle Rickard
  • Guelph’s mayor discusses housing crisis at Provincial summit January 19, 2022
    … Continue reading Guelph’s mayor discusses housing crisis at Provincial summit The post Guelph’s mayor discusses housing crisis at Provincial summit appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Kate Sullivan
  • Guelph’s Transportation Master Plan will improve safety and connectivity for people of all ages and abilities January 13, 2022
    On January 24, Council will consider the Transportation Master Plan to improve how people and goods move around the city. Continue reading Guelph’s Transportation Master Plan will improve safety and connectivity for people of all ages and abilities The post Guelph’s Transportation Master Plan will improve safety and connectivity for people of all ages and […]
    Patricia Halajski
  • Fire at 539 Willow Road, unit 56 January 9, 2022
    … Continue reading Fire at 539 Willow Road, unit 56 The post Fire at 539 Willow Road, unit 56 appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Alison Thompson
  • Setting clear direction for a made-in-Guelph growth strategy January 6, 2022
    On January 17, Council will set clear direction for how Guelph should grow and develop over the next 30 years as they discuss the preferred growth scenario set out in the report Shaping Guelph: Growth Management Strategy and Land Needs Assessment. Continue reading Setting clear direction for a made-in-Guelph growth strategy The post Setting clear […]
    Patricia Halajski
  • City assesses Guelph’s park needs ahead of Parkland Dedication Bylaw Review January 6, 2022
    The City is looking for community input as it assesses Guelph’s current park system and determines future land needs as the community grows. Continue reading City assesses Guelph’s park needs ahead of Parkland Dedication Bylaw Review The post City assesses Guelph’s park needs ahead of Parkland Dedication Bylaw Review appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Katie Burt
  • Guelph’s facilities close to help stop the spread of Omicron January 4, 2022
    … Continue reading Guelph’s facilities close to help stop the spread of Omicron The post Guelph’s facilities close to help stop the spread of Omicron appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Alison Thompson
  • Fire at 739 Woolwich Street December 31, 2021
    … Continue reading Fire at 739 Woolwich Street The post Fire at 739 Woolwich Street appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Alison Thompson
  • City supports 30 organizations through latest round of 2021 Emergency Fund program December 21, 2021
    … Continue reading City supports 30 organizations through latest round of 2021 Emergency Fund program The post City supports 30 organizations through latest round of 2021 Emergency Fund program appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Kate Sullivan

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