Guelph Transit changing service to slow the spread of coronavirus

Free transit until April 15; operating on 30-minute schedule Monday to Saturday Guelph, Ont., March 17, 2020 – Starting tomorrow, March 18, Guelph Transit is making service changes as part of the City’s response to coronavirus (COVID-19). Service changes include: cancelling late night bus service  for University of Guelph students offering free transit service through April 15, 2020; removing the need for people to come to City Hall to buy/renew bus pass/OnYourWay fare card asking all customers to board and exit the bus […]

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Ward 2 Town Hall – March 23, 2019

Hello Ward 2! Everyone is invited to join Ward 2 Councillors Rodrigo Goller & James Gordon this Saturday, March 23rd, to talk about getting around Guelph. We want to hear what you have to say about our public transit system, active transportation and traffic calming measures. Your City Councillors will also give you updates on the 2019 Budget and the Zoning Bylaw Review. Date/Time: Saturday March 23rd, 1pm to 4pm Location: Evergreen Seniors Community Centre, 683 Woolwich Street, Guelph Agenda: […]

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Resumption of overnight parking restriction

Staff memo. Please note the overnight parking restriction (2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.) which is in effect annually resumes November 1. To prepare the public for the return of this restriction and to provide information on the City’s parking exemption process, starting later this week :Announcements will be placed in local print media (Tribune, Ontarion) · Public information will be provided through the City’s web page and social media · Public service announcements will occur on local radio stations ·Bylaw staff will attach advisory notices to vehicles found parked on-street during these hours As per our exemption process, weather permitting […]

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Public input sought on overnight on-street parking alternatives

Press release. The City is seeking public feedback once again as part of the overnight on-street parking review. City staff are reviewing Guelph’s current overnight on-street parking restrictions. As part of this review, staff are examining options that may potentially maintain, add to, change or eliminate the existing overnight on-street parking by-law. “We are inviting members of the public to attend the public consultation session on April 16 to learn about the results of the February 26 session, and to […]

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downtown parking (2 hour limit on streets)

A resident’s observations. I have the following information to pass onto you regarding parking downtown. After speaking to the parking attendant, the parking office, a business owner downtown and my family and friends, some people thought it should be known how some people feel about he 2 hour parking limit and some of the concerns surrounding it. I emailed the parking office the followiing: I am not able to attend the parking meetings, however, I would like to share a couple of ideas regarding parking in […]

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City-wide On-street Overnight Parking Review – Initiation

Staff memo. As directed by Council, City staff are initiating a review of the current overnight on-street parking restrictions for the City of Guelph. As part of this review, staff will examine options that may potentially maintain, add to, change or eliminate the existing overnight on-street parking by-law. Currently, the by-law restricts parking on city streets from 2-6 a.m. during the winter season from November 1 to April 30. However, a number of streets, generally located in older areas of […]

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Public Meeting on Monday night regarding Rezoning of 55 Delhi

The developer’s perspective. I just wanted to send you a brief message regarding our re-zoning application on 55 Delhi and in particular to one of the issues that will be raised Monday night. As I don’t like surprises myself, I thought I’d give you a heads up before the meeting as you may or may not be aware of some of the history surrounding our application. In particular, I wanted to let you know that when we bought this building […]

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55 Delhi

A resident comment on a planning application. For my part, I look forward to discussing reasonable alternatives to the proposed parking lot that would (a) conform with neighbourhood standards and sensibilities and (b) comply with regulations applicable to Residential property owners. As you know, my neighbours and I have proposed five reasonable alternatives to putting a parking lot in the front yard, and we are pleased that Mr. Eilers has expressed a willingness to consider these and other possibilities. JB […]

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Wilson/MacDonell/Baker Parking Lots Rehabilitation

Staff memo. As you are aware staff deferred the Wilson Street parking lot rehabilitation, scheduled for late August, until consultation took place with Marty Williams, Executive Director, of the Downtown Guelph Business Association (DGBA). Based upon collaboration with Mr. Williams we have established the following time frames for the rehabilitation work at both the Wilson Street and Macdonell Street parking lots. Repairs at the Wilson Street parking lot will begin on Tuesday, October 15 and will take approximately two weeks […]

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