Author: Councillor Goller

June Ward 2 Update

There’s a lot happening this month, from the Multicultural Festival to a Council Governance Review and the celebration of National Indigenous History Month, Pride Month, Recreation and Parks Month, Seniors’ Month and Bike Month. Also, a reminder that this week the City moved our Outside Water Use to Yellow.  As always, please feel free to skim over these […]

Collisions will happen. Serious injuries and fatalities are unacceptable.

Keeping our community safe with Vision Zero Guelph, Ont., April 26, 2023 – Vision Zero, a Council-approved outcome of the Transportation Master Plan, guides the City’s plans to design roads and related infrastructure (e.g., traffic calming, signals) to reduce the chance of death or serious injury if a collision happens. “We’re human and collisions will happen,” says […]

Ward 2 Update for Jan 26, 2023

Good afternoon Neighbour, We hope this newsletter finds you well on this snowy day! Today we are sharing updates from yesterday’s 2023 budget confirmation process, and asking for your input on the 2024-2027 Strategic Plan Update. If you find these newsletters helpful, please share them with your neighbours, friends and family in Guelph. As your […]

Residents encouraged to ‘Make the right call’ when it comes to dialing 911

Don’t hesitate to call 911 in an emergency. For non-emergency medical situations, consider other healthcare options so emergency care is available for those who need it. Guelph, Ont., January 20, 2023 – Timing is critical in a medical emergency. Calling 911 in an emergency or life-threatening situation is essential, but when people call 911 for […]

November 18, 2022, Ward 2 Update

Good afternoon Neighbour, I hope this email update finds you well and warm, on this wintery day! This past Tuesday, November 15 Guelph City Council held our inaugural meeting, and Councillors were sworn in for the 2022-2026 term. I’m thrilled to be joined by Councillor Carly Klassen (see her LinkedIn profile here), the new Ward […]

City of Guelph launches engagement for culture and sports tourism strategy

On September 30, the City of Guelph was announced as a successful recipient of funding through the Government of Canada’s Tourism Relief Fund. This funding will help the City develop Create, Play and Stay, a culture and sports tourism strategy to guide the City in attracting new visitors and driving economic growth in culture and sports tourism. The […]

Seasonal patio program 

Removing water barriers for downtown patios starting November 2   As the weather gets colder, the City is gearing up to collect all water barriers used for the Seasonal Patio Program. All businesses with private, sidewalk and on-street patios are required to have their patio platforms, lighting, planters, debris and any equipment removed by November […]