Keep your pipes free from fat Not everything that goes down the drain makes it all the way to the wastewater treatment plant.… Continue reading Don’t pour that turkey fat down the drain!
The holiday season is filled with decorations, parties and gifts which can mean a lot more waste. Here are some easy tips to… Continue reading Holiday waste sorting and collection tips
Eastview Road has reopened to through traffic after four months of construction. The completed construction between Starwood Road and Watson Parkway North offers a number of new amenities for pedestrians, cyclists, drivers and even wildlife, including some changes which cannot be seen.
Routine maintenance keeps Guelph’s sewer pipes flowing The City completes sewer main cleaning across Guelph on about a three-… Continue reading Sanitary sewer cleaning
If you’re renting a home or apartment in Guelph, you can request a free safety inspection of your rental unit from the City.… Continue reading Book a free inspection of your rental unit
Guelph, Ont., September 7, 2017 – The City of Guelph, in partnership with the Guelph Humane Society, will be hosting City and… Continue reading Information sessions to inform community of animal well-being best practices and city bylaws
Register for City and the Beasts Starting today, residents of Guelph with a passion for pet and wildlife well-being ca… Continue reading City and the Beasts information sessions coming to City Hall September 21
Guelph, Ont., April 26, 2017 – Are you planning to star… Continue reading Learn more about building permits at your local home improvement store
Guelph is the most attractive city for real estate investment value in Canada, according to MoneySense’s 2017 Where to Buy Now list.
Guelph, Ont., November 25, 2016 – City staff will present the proposed new animal control bylaw at the December 5 Committee o… Continue reading City releases proposed new animal control bylaw
The City of Guelph and its consultant, AECOM, are exploring options for stormwater service fee credits. Credits would provide… Continue reading Information from the stormwater service fee credit program study open house, November 17, 2016
Guelph, Ont., August 31, 2016 – The City of Guelph, in partnership with the University of Guelph Off-Campus Living office, is… Continue reading Guelph tenant safety initiative starts September 1
The City of Guelph and Guelph Humane Society are reminding trail users to be vigilant following coyote sightings along the Niska Trail in Guelph’s west end. In two separate incidents this month, a coyote has been stalking people and dogs. In the first incident, a coyote attacked a dog while the owner was hiking on the trail. In the second incident, the Ontario Provincial Police reported that a coyote had attempted to attack a hiker walking two dogs. It is not known if the same coyote was involved in both incidents.
Guelph, Ont., March 23, 2016—Guelph City Council approved a staff recommendation for a dedicated stormwater user fee by a vot… Continue reading Council approves user fees to fund stormwater management
City releases analysis of resident feedback on animal control bylaw recommendations Guelph, Ont., March 22, 2016 – Today, the… Continue reading Community supports setting a standard of care for animals
City encourages residents to prepare for winter Guelph, ON, November 24, 2015—City Council approved a policy for frozen water… Continue reading Council approves Frozen Water Pipe Policy
Guelph, Ont., November 5, 2015 – Residents will have an opportunity later this month to provide input into the development of… Continue reading City reviewing animal control bylaws, seeks community input
Over 200 Guelph households will add a tree to their yard thanks to a $15,000 grant from TD Green Streets.
Guelph, ON, August 20, 2015 – Starting September 1, the City will implement the Radon Gas Mitigation Program for all new buil… Continue reading City introduces program to reduce radon gas exposure
Preventing damage caused by invasive insects The City monitors both termite and Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) populations. Guelph’s… Continue reading How Guelph deals with termites and Emerald Ash Borer
Giant Hogweed is an invasive biennial or perennial plant. It reaches a height of 10 to 15 feet (three to four metres) when in flower and has hollow stems, two to four inches (five–ten centimetres) in diameter with dark reddish-purple spots and bristles.