Get involved in developing Guelph’s growth management strategy(External link) by joining planning experts for a free talk about what it means to be a growing city on Thursday, February 27.
The event features three speakers with experience in city planning:
• Jennifer Keesmaat, head of The Keesmaat Group and previously Toronto’s chief city planner, talking about how we can use land in a fundamentally different way to create sustainable communities.
• Todd Salter, general manager of Planning and Building Services/Chief Planner for the City of Guelph talking about Guelph’s growth story, and how and where Guelph can grow sustainably while fostering our unique city identity.
• Pamela Robinson, director and associate professor with the Faculty of Community Services, School of Urban and Regional Planning, Ryerson University, talking about what it means to be a community that welcomes new neighbours and embraces change as we grow.
Guelph 2041: A conversation about a growing city takes place at the Delta Conference Centre, 50 Stone Road West. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the event runs from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Register for this free talk by Wednesday, February 26(External link) to secure a seat.