The City of Guelph believes the best, most representative public policy is developed with input from the community.
This philosophy is captured in the City’s communications vision: An aware and involved community and engaged and responsive employees, capable of listening, sharing ideas openly and working collaboratively to shape Guelph’s future.
Community feedback is being accepted on the following:
2015 Budget Calendar
February 25, 2015
February 26, 2015
Polls and surveys
- Aquatics Survey – Fall, winter, and spring sessions
- Aquatics Survey – Summer session
- Aquatic active living survey
Tell us about your experience
Let us know about a particular engagement activity: have you participated in a public event, working group, online survey or otherwise provided feedback to the City of Guelph? Would you like to let us know what we did right and what we need to work on? If so, please follow this link to answer a short survey about your experience.
Let us know about an engagement process: have you participated in one or more engagement activities about a City of Guelph project that is complete? Would you like to tell us about your experience with the project? If so, please follow this link to answer a short survey about your experience.
Delegations and comments
You have an opportunity to provide information and express your view in relation to a matter appearing on a City Council or Standing Committee meeting agenda. A process must be followed in order to appear as a delegation at a City Council or Standing Committee meeting or to have written correspondence included as part of an agenda.
The City of Guelph Communications Plan is the culmination of more than a year of community consultation, best practices and other research, and strategy development based on the worldwide gold standard for corporate communications. The plan serves as a shared framework and provides overall guidance for how the City of Guelph communicates with residents, employees, and other stakeholders.