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Should Guelph lower speed limits?

Complete the online survey by November 30 Guelph, Ont., November 9, 2020 – Whether you drive, walk, bike, ride transit or use a mobility device to travel around Guelph, we want your feedback on speed limits in our city. Take the online survey by November 30 to tell us: How you feel about the possibility

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Ward 2 Virtual Town Hall on the 2021 City Budget

On Wednesday November 18th your Ward 2 Councillors hosted a virtual town hall to answer your questions about the upcoming 2021 City budget. Here is the video recording. You can find more information about the 2021 budget here: https://guelph.ca/city-hall/budget-and-finance/city-budget/2021-budget/

Voting Methods Review

The City is doing a review of voting methods, which are the ways that you cast your ballot in municipal elections. As part of this review, we’ll explore voting methods that can be done remotely in addition to traditionally casting a paper ballot at a voting location.This review will impact voting methods offered for the 2022 municipal and school board election.

We want to know how you feel about voting by:

  • Mail
  • Telephone
  • Internet

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Guelph's COVID-19 Level

Starting Monday, November 16, Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public health is as alert level orange/restrict: enhanced measures, restrictions and enforcement, avoiding any closures. Learn more

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!

RSS City of Guelph News Releases
  • Recommended updates to Zoning Bylaw will create more housing options in Guelph December 3, 2020
    On December 14, City Council will discuss recommendations to update policies and regulations for additional residential dwelling units—known as accessory apartments, basement apartments and coach houses. Continue reading Recommended updates to Zoning Bylaw will create more housing options in Guelph The post Recommended updates to Zoning Bylaw will create more housing options in Guelph appeared […]
    Patricia Halajski
  • Council approves City’s 2021 budget December 2, 2020
    … Continue reading Council approves City’s 2021 budget The post Council approves City’s 2021 budget appeared first on City of Guelph.
    MaryJo Milhomens
  • Guelph preparing for level red/control in provincial COVID-19 framework November 30, 2020
    Guelph would close pools and indoor rinks at level red. Continue reading Guelph preparing for level red/control in provincial COVID-19 framework The post Guelph preparing for level red/control in provincial COVID-19 framework appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Stacey Hare
  • Guelph Fire crews respond to barn fire in city’s north end November 30, 2020
    On Sunday, November 29, Guelph firefighters from three stations responded to a reported barn fire in the city’s north end. Continue reading Guelph Fire crews respond to barn fire in city’s north end The post Guelph Fire crews respond to barn fire in city’s north end appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Michelle Rickard
  • City reflects on initial steps toward anti-racism, diversity and inclusion goals November 27, 2020
    In an information report to Council posted today, City of Guelph staff provide an update on the organization’s recent activities to address anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism and racial injustice, remove barriers to inclusion, and ensure inclusivity and equity for people who live and work in Guelph. Continue reading City reflects on initial steps toward anti-racism, […]
    Katherine Galley
  • Our Food Future named a top recovery project in Canada November 27, 2020
    … Continue reading Our Food Future named a top recovery project in Canada The post Our Food Future named a top recovery project in Canada appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Alison Thompson
  • Guelph increasing enforcement of COVID-19 guidelines at stores and shopping malls November 25, 2020
    The City is increasing inspections as the holiday shopping season gets underway. Continue reading Guelph increasing enforcement of COVID-19 guidelines at stores and shopping malls The post Guelph increasing enforcement of COVID-19 guidelines at stores and shopping malls appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Stacey Hare
  • Apply for Community Grant funding by December 18 November 23, 2020
    Submissions to the City’s Community Grant program are now being accepted until December 18. Continue reading Apply for Community Grant funding by December 18 The post Apply for Community Grant funding by December 18 appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Katie Burt
  • Increasing food access by exploring food insecurity during COVID-19 November 19, 2020
    … Continue reading Increasing food access by exploring food insecurity during COVID-19 The post Increasing food access by exploring food insecurity during COVID-19 appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Alison Thompson
  • Guelph enhances COVID-19 screening for sports and scheduled events at City facilities November 14, 2020
    Enhanced screening for recreation classes, programs, sports and other scheduled events at City facilities Continue reading Guelph enhances COVID-19 screening for sports and scheduled events at City facilities The post Guelph enhances COVID-19 screening for sports and scheduled events at City facilities appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Stacey Hare

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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