Take a moment to have your say and shape Guelph

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Hello Neighbours! Rodrigo here. Just wanted to take a moment to remind you that the City of Guelph has a community engagement platform called ‘Have Your Say Guelph’ ( haveyoursay.guelph.ca ), where the City regularly hosts opportunities for community members to speak up, be heard and help shape the direction we take as a growing […]

Water events for all ages in March 2019

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Guelph celebrates great water with events for all ages in March Guelph, Ont., March 5, 2019 —The City of Guelph is celebrating great drinking water with a series of engaging events in March. From games at Guelph Public Libraries to entertainment and interactive displays at the annual H2O Go Festival, there’s lots to discover and […]

The City of Guelph’s 2019 budget is approved

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Guelph, Ont., March 5, 2018—Tonight, Guelph City Council approved the tax supported operating and the local boards and shared services budgets. The approved 2019 tax supported operating budget saw a 2.69 per cent net levy increase over last year’s budget for a total levy requirement of $244,126,832. This total includes a 0.80 per cent net […]

Results from Ward Town Hall Meeting January 12th

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It was an exciting but chilly afternoon with our first town hall of the term. Lots of great ideas for priorities moving forward.  Saturday January 12th Ward 2 Community Town Hall Location: St. Patrick’s Catholic School, 391 Victoria Road North, GuelphTime: 1:30pm ~ 4:00pmAttendance: 32 community members plus both Ward 2 Councillors What Happened: On […]