The City of Guelph is updating its Council-approved Water Supply Master Plan to define how we will continue to access a sustainable supply of water—for residential and industrial use—over the next 25 years.
Reviewing our existing water supply system is an opportunity to discuss with the community how best to manage this vital supply so that we continue to provide the high level of service Guelph residents have come to expect.
Today, our existing water supply fulfills the city’s commitment to provide a safe and reliable supply of water. Our updated Master Plan will provide short-term, mid-term and long-term water supply options to meet Guelph’s predicted demand for water in the future.
Our review will follow the requirements of a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA). When we are finished—after our Water Supply Master Plan Update is reviewed by the Guelph community and approved by Council—we will have identified constraints and opportunities related to our existing water supply system. We’ll also have evaluated and prioritized a number of individual projects to either increase the capacity of our existing system or to reduce our demand for water.
You’re Invited to Attend
You’re invited to attend the first Community Open House to learn more about the Water Supply Master Plan update. The Open House will run from 6-8:30 p.m. You’re welcome to drop–in anytime during the open house. A short presentation and a question and answer session will run from 7-7:30 pm. Project team members will be on-hand to discuss any questions or comments that you may have.
Thursday, October 10, 2013
1 Carden Street, Guelph
To find out more about the project, visit guelph.ca/water and follow the Water Supply Master Plan link, or contact: