Author: Councillor Goller

Guelph’s official 2022 municipal election results

After 29,254 total ballots were cast in the municipal election held on Monday October 24th, Guelph residents have elected the next City Council and school board trustees.   2022-2026 Guelph City Council  Mayor, Cam GuthrieWard 1, Dan Gibson and Erin CatonWard 2, Rodrigo Goller and Carly KlassenWard 3, Phil Allt and Michele RichardsonWard 4, Christine Billings and Linda […]

Safe Semester kicks off September 8

Macdonell and Wyndham streets closed weekly Thursday to Saturday10 p.m.–4 a.m. Guelph, Ont., August 29, 2022 – Guelph’s Safe Semester runs September 8-September 24 to support a safe and enjoyable environment downtown for businesses, residents and students. With a higher volume of pedestrians downtown in September, closing the streets Thursday through Saturday allows everyone to […]

City taking a phased approach to improvements along Speedvale corridor

Phased construction approach has reduced impact to residents and businesses Guelph, Ont., August 23, 2022 – The City has started making improvements along the Speedvale Avenue corridor between Elmira Road North and Stevenson Street. Speedvale is an essential corridor in Guelph for local residential and commercial traffic, movement of goods and services for local businesses, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Ward 2 Virtual Town Hall

Tuesday July 5 at 7pm To Discuss the High Density Zoning Designation for 41-45 George Street Thank you neighbours for joining a community conversation with Councillors Leanne Caron, James Gordon & Rodrigo Goller, to discuss the City’s Official Plan’s High Density Residential Zoning designation for the property located at 41-45 George Street, Guelph. See below […]