GUELPH, ON, September 16, 2014 – Mayor Karen Farbridge has been named a member of Canada’s Clean50 for 2015 for leadership at… Continue reading Mayor Farbridge wins national award for leadership in sustainability
History and archaeology Parts of the Paisley-Clythe feedermain project corridor are near the Phoenix Mill on Waterloo Avenue,… Continue reading Historic industrial and landfill activity near Wellington Street work site
GUELPH, ON, September 12, 2014 – Guelph has been chosen to participate in Ontario’s Healthy Kids Community Challenge program,… Continue reading Guelph receives $1.1 million in Provincial funding to promote healthy, active lifestyles among children and youth
The City is currently developing a draft amendment to the Business Licensing By-law to add the category of Publication Dispensing Boxes.
The City is developing a draft amendment to the Business Licence By-law to licence donation bins in Guelph. The amended by-law, if approved by Council, will allow the City to regulate where and how donation bins may operate in Guelph.
Last night City Council received a staff report regarding settlement of the City’s litigation with Urbacon and it directed st… Continue reading Statement from the Office of the CAO re: Urbacon Settlement
What are the details of the settlement? In the spirit of disclosure, and recognizing the high public interest in this case, t… Continue reading Urbacon Settlement Questions and Answers
GUELPH, ON, September 8, 2014 – The City of Guelph and Urbacon Buildings Group Corp. have settled their legal dispute out of … Continue reading City and Urbacon settle out of court for $6.635 million
Guelph, ON, August 29, 2014 – Today, Standards & Poor’s Rating Services (Standards & Poor’s) announced that the City … Continue reading City’s credit rating holding strong
Gearing up for the 2014 Municipal Election Guelph, ON, August 25, 2014 – The 2014 Municipal Election is just over two months … Continue reading City demonstrates how easy it is to vote online