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A Community conversation held on Tuesday July 5th at 7pm, to discuss the high density zoning designation for the property located at 41-45 George Street. Click here to see the video, chat and transcript.

Have your say in the homestretch of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan by August 28

Your parks. Your recreation. Your voice. Guelph, Ont., August 8, 2022 – Engagement for the Parks and Recreation Master Plan is underway until August 28. The final plan will guide parks and recreation growth over the next 10 years. Your insight is needed on:   how to ensure everyone has access to parks and recreation amenities as we grow what our parks and recreation service levels should be and how we should get there how we can improve access to […]

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Guelph continues to take strides towards environmental sustainability

Guelph is committed to protecting the environment and the City’s release of its 2021 Environmental Sustainability Report confirms that efforts to conserve natural resources within the community and build a sustainable future are making a difference. “Environmental sustainability is a priority for the City and the community,” says Mari MacNeil, manager, Compliance and Performance, Environmental Services. “And it’s not just on paper. We’re taking action—large and small—every day to move us closer to reaching our sustainability targets including the Race […]

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Guelph releases 2017-2021 collision report

Guelph’s 2017-2021 collision report shows an overall decline in total collisions, while the percentage of collisions that resulted in an injury stayed the same. Collision reports are updated each year with data from the most recent four-year period. The reports identify stretches of roads and intersections where collisions most often occur and include information about the severity of a collision and whether they involved drivers, pedestrians and/or cyclists. The City is reviewing the 10 intersections and midblock (stretches of road) […]

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Did you know the City of Guelph has a page dedicated to collecting your feedback? Check out Have Your Say to see opportunities to influence City projects, including new parks, master plans, bylaw reviews and City programs!

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Did you know that the fastest way to provide feedback, make a complaint or request a service is to contact the City department in charge of that service? Use the “How Can We Help You?” directory at guelph.ca/how-can-we-help-you/ to find the right City department to contact.

Here you will find after-hours contact information, as well as contact information for the most used City services.

See a problem? Report it with 311 GIS! It’s a new way to use your smartphone, mobile device or desktop to report concerns about road maintenance, parking, wildlife, signs, property maintenance and more.

You can report a problem on the spot, attach pictures or videos, and get updates about the City’s response. You can also see if other people are reporting similar problems in your neighbourhood, or across town. 

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