The City is asking for feedback on what to include in the terms of reference for the Clair-Maltby Secondary Plan, which will outline the scope, purpose and structure for the project.
Guelph, ON, May 25, 2015 – Ontario Nature presented the City of Guelph with the 2014 Lee Symmes Municipal Award on Saturday i… Continue reading City of Guelph wins award for leadership in environmental conservation
Leadership team to steward Guelph’s Older Adult Strategy Framework Guelph, ON, March 25, 2015 – The City of Guelph has formed… Continue reading City introduces Community Older Adult Leadership Team
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.
Results of research reveal three key issues for Guelph residents GUELPH, ON, May 6, 2014 – The community is invited to attend… Continue reading Guelph Wellbeing to focus on food, connectivity and housing
The City of Guelph is seeking feedback and insight from the community as part of its Solid Waste Management Master Plan (SWMMP) Review.
The study informs the business and implementation plan for downtown and provides market, user attraction and physical and environmental strategies to create the economic environment for growth and continued private investment.
Rather than introducing a number of new initiatives, the proposed 2014 Tax-supported Operating Budget sets the stage for the City to continue to deliver on important work already underway.
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.
Public and stakeholder consultation is an important and integral part of the review process and there will be several opportunities for the community to participate in the development of the new Solid Waste Management Master Plan.