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Six new red-light cameras to help make Guelph roads safer

Guelph, Ont., July 8, 2021 –The City is installing six red-light cameras this summer−one per ward− throughout Guelph. The cameras will go live sometime in the fall. “Running a red light is more likely to cause significant injury than any other type of collision,” explains Steve Anderson, manager of Transportation Engineering. “Installing red-light cameras in

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  • Vaccination proof needed to access some City programs, services as of September 22 September 17, 2021
    Starting Wednesday, September 22, the Ontario government requires residents to be fully vaccinated (including the 14-day waiting period) and provide their vaccination receipts or medical exemption alongside government-issued identification to access some indoor City programs and services. Continue reading Vaccination proof needed to access some City programs, services as of September 22 The post Vaccination […]
    Katie Burt
  • City and Guelph Transit union ratify collective agreement September 14, 2021
    … Continue reading City and Guelph Transit union ratify collective agreement The post City and Guelph Transit union ratify collective agreement appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Meagan Ellison
  • Apply for 2022 Community Grant funding by October 8 September 13, 2021
    Applications to the City of Guelph's 2022 Community Grant program are now open. Continue reading Apply for 2022 Community Grant funding by October 8 The post Apply for 2022 Community Grant funding by October 8 appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Michelle Rickard
  • Businesses begin unlocking the value of food waste through upcycling September 10, 2021
    … Continue reading Businesses begin unlocking the value of food waste through upcycling The post Businesses begin unlocking the value of food waste through upcycling appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Alison Thompson
  • City launches new program to support economic recovery of Guelph’s accommodation sector September 10, 2021
    … Continue reading City launches new program to support economic recovery of Guelph’s accommodation sector The post City launches new program to support economic recovery of Guelph’s accommodation sector appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Laura Mousseau
  • Join us September 22 as we talk about next steps for Clair-Maltby September 9, 2021
    Join us as Council discusses proposed amendments to Guelph’s Official Plan to finalize our shared vision for the planned Clair-Maltby community in Guelph’s south end. Continue reading Join us September 22 as we talk about next steps for Clair-Maltby The post Join us September 22 as we talk about next steps for Clair-Maltby appeared first […]
    Michelle Rickard
  • City of Guelph receives top recognition for 2021 budget presentation September 7, 2021
    Guelph, Ont., September 7, 2021—The City of Guelph has received the Government Finance Officers Association’s (GFOA) Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its 2021 budget. Continue reading City of Guelph receives top recognition for 2021 budget presentation The post City of Guelph receives top recognition for 2021 budget presentation appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Meagan Ellison
  • Guelph releases top 5 priorities for federal election candidates September 3, 2021
    … Continue reading Guelph releases top 5 priorities for federal election candidates The post Guelph releases top 5 priorities for federal election candidates appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Kate Sullivan
  • Main Street Mural Project adds sixth mural to downtown Guelph September 1, 2021
    The sixth and final mural of the Main Street Mural Project was added to the City’s East Parkade this week. Continue reading Main Street Mural Project adds sixth mural to downtown Guelph The post Main Street Mural Project adds sixth mural to downtown Guelph appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Michelle Rickard
  • City proves it’s future ready with an AA+ credit rating September 1, 2021
    The City of Guelph has maintained a strong fiscal position throughout the pandemic resulting in a steady credit rating of AA+. This rating is reflective of the great work being done at the City and the resilience of the local economy. Continue reading City proves it’s future ready with an AA+ credit rating The post […]
    Patricia Halajski

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