Author: Councillor Goller

Guelph’s credit rating upgraded to AAA, the highest rating a municipality can receive

The City of Guelph’s credit rating has been upgraded to AAA by S&P Global after a periodic review of S&Ps institutional framework used for credit rating analysis. The City must still go through its formal 2022 Credit Rating Review with S&P this August.  “An upgrade to our credit rating is always good news and an […]

Summer fun starts with Guelph day camps, parks and outdoor recreation programs

It’s time to kick off Recreation and Parks month with activities and programs you can join in outdoor park spaces and inside our recreation facilities. Register for summer camps and free activities in June We’ve got archery for adults and kids, gardening exercise day, kids badminton and family pickleball sessions open for free throughout the […]

Save the fuel, ride Guelph Transit for free on Clean Air Day

Going somewhere in Guelph on June 8? Ride Guelph Transit for free between 5:45 a.m. and 12:15 a.m. to celebrate Clean Air Day. Good air quality is important to our health, our environment and the economy. Help sustain our future by choosing environmentally-friendly travel options such as cycling, walking, carpooling or riding public transit. Taking […]

Guelph makes road safety data available to community

The City of Guelph launched its Road Safety Dashboard which shares progress on road safety initiatives and related data with the community. “All road users deserve to be safe and to know what we’re doing to make our roads safer as we work to eliminate fatalities and serious injuries from traffic collisions,” says Steve Anderson, Manager, Transportation […]

Have your say on the Guelph Transit Fare Strategy by April 10

We’re on our way to a ‘fare’ future with engagement for Guelph Transit’s Fare Strategy launching today and running until April 10. The fare strategy is an in-depth review of Guelph’s Transit’s fare system including our fare programs and policies, pricing payment options and fare structures. The strategy sets out how decisions about the fare […]

Third virtual open house invites residents to shape how we manage wastewater in Guelph

Guelph, Ont., March 15, 2022 – The City is updating its Wastewater Treatment and Biosolids Management Master Plan and invites Guelph residents to have their say through a third virtual open house and online survey starting today, March 15 until March 31. The Master Plan is a long-term strategy of projects required for the City […]

City invites community to vote on official bird for Bird Friendly City designation

Vote open until March 11  Vote for Guelph’s official bird as we apply to become a Bird Friendly City. Visit until March 11 to place your vote. Take the survey or upload a photo to tell us what bird should represent Guelph! Media release Guelph, Ont., February 23, 2022 – The City invites the […]