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Construction notice: Portion of Speedvale Avenue and Woolwich Street intersection closed for repairs August 7 to 8

Speedvale Avenue Reconstruction Project Notice date: July 31, 2020 About the project The City is working with Capital Paving Inc. to repair utility trenches and road services at the intersection of Speedvale Avenue and Woolwich Street. Work starts August 7 Work is expected to start at 7 p.m. on Friday, August 7 and should be

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Council composition and ward boundary review

We’re reviewing Guelph’s Council composition and ward boundaries to understand if our wards and Council representation is effective, equitable and an accurate reflection of who lives here.

This review will have a lasting impact on how you’re represented at the municipal level, now and into the future.

We need your help to answer some big questions about how you are represented:

• Is our Council the right size?

• Should we have full-time or part-time Councillors?

• Should Councillors be elected in a ward system, at-large, or a combination of both?

• Do we need to redraw our ward boundaries to keep our democracy healthy?

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RSS City of Guelph News Releases
  • Council composition report recommends eight full-time councillors, one per ward October 22, 2020
    City Council composition recommendations are now available online ahead of the Special City Council meeting on November 5 at 6 p.m. Continue reading Council composition report recommends eight full-time councillors, one per ward The post Council composition report recommends eight full-time councillors, one per ward appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Katie Burt
  • Corporate Asset Management Plan uses data to focus funding on priority items October 22, 2020
    City Council will discuss the 2020 Corporate Asset Management Plan, which uses data to prioritize when and how we replace assets over time—from roads to City facilities. Continue reading Corporate Asset Management Plan uses data to focus funding on priority items The post Corporate Asset Management Plan uses data to focus funding on priority items […]
    Patricia Halajski
  • One Guelph-Wellington paramedic tests positive for COVID-19 October 21, 2020
    A member of the Guelph-Wellington Paramedic Service has tested positive for COVID-19. Eight of their coworkers are self-isolating and waiting on test results. Continue reading One Guelph-Wellington paramedic tests positive for COVID-19 The post One Guelph-Wellington paramedic tests positive for COVID-19 appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Stacey Hare
  • New splash pad and washrooms at Hanlon Creek Park will use 100 per cent renewable energy October 19, 2020
    The City has launched a design for the new splash pad and washrooms at Hanlon Creek Park, which will be built in spring 2021. Continue reading New splash pad and washrooms at Hanlon Creek Park will use 100 per cent renewable energy The post New splash pad and washrooms at Hanlon Creek Park will use […]
    Katie Burt
  • Guelph’s MP, MPP, and Mayor connect with residents through Telephone Town Hall October 15, 2020
    The three representatives hosted the telephone town hall to talk about how each level of government is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading Guelph’s MP, MPP, and Mayor connect with residents through Telephone Town Hall The post Guelph’s MP, MPP, and Mayor connect with residents through Telephone Town Hall appeared first on City of […]
    Webmaster
  • Glow Guelph: Light up your life at the covered bridge starting October 9 October 8, 2020
    On October 9, Glow Guelph will transform the covered bridge between Royal City Park and York Road Park with colourful lights every night from dusk until 11 p.m. Continue reading Glow Guelph: Light up your life at the covered bridge starting October 9 The post Glow Guelph: Light up your life at the covered bridge […]
    Katie Burt
  • It’s a green light for new central library, South End Community Centre October 8, 2020
    … Continue reading It’s a green light for new central library, South End Community Centre The post It’s a green light for new central library, South End Community Centre appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Michelle Rickard
  • Council supports City’s next phase of work for the Urban Forest Management Plan October 6, 2020
    Council has approved  the next phase of work proposed for the next five years of the City’s Urban Forest Management Plan (UFMP). Continue reading Council supports City’s next phase of work for the Urban Forest Management Plan The post Council supports City’s next phase of work for the Urban Forest Management Plan appeared first on […]
    Katie Burt
  • City welcomes new deputy fire chief of Administration October 1, 2020
    The City of Guelph welcomes Monty Armstrong as its deputy fire chief of Administration, effective September 28. Continue reading City welcomes new deputy fire chief of Administration The post City welcomes new deputy fire chief of Administration appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Michelle Rickard
  • Guelph’s Community Plan named Project of the Year by IAP2 Canada October 1, 2020
    The International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Canada has named A United Vision: Guelph’s Community Plan “Project of the Year” at the 2020 IAP2 Canada Core Values Awards. Guelph’s Community Plan also received an award for “Extending the Practice through Creativity, Contribution and Innovation in the Field.” Continue reading Guelph’s Community Plan named Project of […]
    Katherine Galley

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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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