After discovering termites at the River Run Centre this spring, the City of Guelph treated the area, inspected 300 properties, installed 169 termite traps, mapped out the termite management zone, notified the affected property owners provided them with safe ways to dispose of wood and soil.
Downtown Advisory Committee says design represents level of excellence comparable to Market Square Guelph, ON, July 25, 2014 … Continue reading New urban design documents table renewed vision for downtown
Natural Heritage System policies now in effect Guelph, ON, July 23, 2014 – The City of Guelph’s Official Plan Amendment for t… Continue reading Guelph’s Official Plan protects Guelph’s rivers, wetlands and natural spaces
Framework, planning tool mark a shift in Guelph’s approach to city building Guelph, On, June 19, 2014 – Guelph City Council h… Continue reading Council unanimously endorses Enterprise Framework
City of Guelph joins ON1Call service Guelph, ON, June 19, 2014 – Today, the City of Guelph joined the provincially legislated… Continue reading Call before you dig
City staff recommends preferred option for Baker District; sets stage for public engagement on sustainable parking model Guel… Continue reading Enterprise Framework includes new tool for city building
City seeks further public input on draft downtown documents; hosts open house Guelph, ON, May 30, 2014 – In advance of Monday… Continue reading City tests draft concept plan for St. George’s Square redesign
Council adopted the Downtown Secondary Plan (DSP) in 2012, which anticipates more residents and businesses Downtown. Based on… Continue reading Downtown Guelph Open House: Streetscape, Built Form and St. George’s Square
Guelph City Council has approved the secondary plan for the 436 hectare (1,077 acre) plot of land known as the Guelph Innovation District located South of York Road and East of Victoria Road North which is expected to be home to close to 7,000 people and 9,000 jobs. The plan includes an innovative mix of land uses, including a new urban village, a mixed-use main street, a research park and an adaptive re-use area around the historic reformatory complex.
Guelph, ON, May 6, 2014 – More than 400 participants attended the Guelph Urban Design Summit, which took place May 5 and 6 at… Continue reading Guelph Urban Design Summit highlights value of urban design in creating a prosperous and vibrant city