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City launches ward boundary review engagement

Join the conversation online at haveyoursay.guelph.ca Guelph, Ont., January 4, 2021 – Community input is open for the next phase of the Council composition and ward boundary review—how many wards Guelph should have and where they should start and stop. The ward boundary review engagement will be done in three separate, but distinct parts. During

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Council approves City’s 2021 budget

Guelph, Ont., December 1, 2020—Council approved the 2021 operating budget with a gross expenditure of $463,361,452 equaling a net tax levy increase of 2.55 per cent; and a one year pause on the Guelph General Hospital contribution approved as part of the 2020 budget, reduced the net tax levy increase to 2.25 per cent. “Tonight’s

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  • June 21 virtual event planned for National Celebration of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples June 18, 2021
    Join us virtually on Monday, June 21, the summer solstice, as we celebrate the rich culture, notable achievements and unique heritage of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples in Guelph and beyond. Continue reading June 21 virtual event planned for National Celebration of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples The post June 21 virtual event […]
    Michelle Rickard
  • City releases its first digital Guelph. Future Ready progress report June 18, 2021
    The City of Guelph is sharing its first Guelph. Future Ready progress report with Council and community on June 28. Continue reading City releases its first digital Guelph. Future Ready progress report The post City releases its first digital Guelph. Future Ready progress report appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Michelle Rickard
  • City announces recipients of 2021 Emergency Fund Phase 1 June 14, 2021
    City announces recipients of 2021 Emergency Fund Phase 1 Continue reading City announces recipients of 2021 Emergency Fund Phase 1 The post City announces recipients of 2021 Emergency Fund Phase 1 appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Brenna Birkin
  • Firefighters respond fire at Stationview Apartments at 90 Carden Street June 14, 2021
    On Saturday, June 12, 2021, Guelph firefighters responded to a reported fire just before 1 .m. at Stationview Apartments, located at 90 Carden Street. Continue reading Firefighters respond fire at Stationview Apartments at 90 Carden Street The post Firefighters respond fire at Stationview Apartments at 90 Carden Street appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Katie Burt
  • Consultants recommend eight full-time councillors, one per ward June 10, 2021
    Watson and Associates Economists Ltd. recommends eight Guelph wards, with one full-time councillor dedicated to each. Continue reading Consultants recommend eight full-time councillors, one per ward The post Consultants recommend eight full-time councillors, one per ward appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Katie Burt
  • City recommends cultural heritage protection for Ontario Reformatory lands and buildings June 3, 2021
    On June 14, City Council will discuss recommendations to designate the provincially-owned Ontario Reformatory lands and buildings at 785 York Road under the Ontario Heritage Act. Continue reading City recommends cultural heritage protection for Ontario Reformatory lands and buildings The post City recommends cultural heritage protection for Ontario Reformatory lands and buildings appeared first on […]
    Patricia Halajski
  • COVID-19 tourism recovery fund adds $350k, supports 50 local businesses and organizations June 3, 2021
    COVID-19 tourism recovery fund, now totaling $700,000. Additional funding allows the City to further support tourism-focused organizations and businesses through pandemic recovery. Continue reading COVID-19 tourism recovery fund adds $350k, supports 50 local businesses and organizations The post COVID-19 tourism recovery fund adds $350k, supports 50 local businesses and organizations appeared first on City of […]
    Brenna Birkin
  • City of Guelph moving forward with plans for Dolime quarry revitalization and protection of Guelph’s drinking water June 3, 2021
    The agreement and zoning order are the first steps in moving the City’s community-supported solution for the quarry revitalization and protection of Guelph’s drinking water ahead. Continue reading City of Guelph moving forward with plans for Dolime quarry revitalization and protection of Guelph’s drinking water The post City of Guelph moving forward with plans for […]
    Laura Mousseau
  • Council approves moving forward with the City’s Operations Campus June 1, 2021
    Council has approved the location and site preparations for the Operations Campus—the recommended alternative in the City’s business case presented to Council earlier this month. Continue reading Council approves moving forward with the City’s Operations Campus The post Council approves moving forward with the City’s Operations Campus appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Katie Burt
  • City recommends a new approach to capital projects to meet asset management targets May 27, 2021
    … Continue reading City recommends a new approach to capital projects to meet asset management targets The post City recommends a new approach to capital projects to meet asset management targets appeared first on City of Guelph.
    Alison Thompson

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