Tag Archives: Emma to Earl Bridge

Emma to Earl bridge open house information, June 2017

An open house for the Emma to Earl Street bridge Environmental Assessment was held June 7, 2017. The following information was displayed at the open house: Open house information package [PDF 5MB] Open house comment form [PDF 290kB] The preliminary ranking suggests a steel cable, single span bridge as the preferred option. You may submit comments on the information presented at the open house until Wednesday, June 21, 2017. Submit your comments by: Filling in the comment sheet available in the link above and dropping it off at or mailing it to City Hall, 1 Carden Street, Guelph, Ontario, N1H 3A1, Attention: Andrew Janes, or Filling in the comment sheet available in the link above, and scanning and emailing it to andrew.janes@guelph.ca, or Sending an email with your comments included… Continue reading Emma to Earl bridge open house information, June 2017

Notice of open house: Emma Street to Earl Street bridge over the Speed River

The City of Guelph is hosting an open house to review and discuss a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study for a proposed pedestrian bridge connecting Emma Street to Earl Street over the Speed River. The site location and approximate extents of the study area are shown on the map. Wednesday, June 7, 2017 6–8 p.m. Evergreen Seniors Community Centre 683 Woolwich St, Guelph, ON, N1H 3Z1 Why come to the open house? This is your opportunity to view project information, and review the project team’s evaluation of the alternatives and their recommended preferred alternative. We encourage you to ask questions about plans for the existing bridge and to provide comments and feedback to City staff and consultants at the open house. About the project A bridge… Continue reading Notice of open house: Emma Street to Earl Street bridge over the Speed River

Information from the Emma to Earl pedestrian bridge open house, October 25, 2016

The City held the first public information centre (open house) for the Emma to Earl pedestrian bridge Environmental Assessment on October 25, 2016. The open house provided an opportunity to view project information and to ask questions about plans for the new bridge. Participants were encouraged to provide comments and feedback to City staff and consultants. Information presented at the open house [PDF 4.5MB] Comment form for feedback about the open house and the information presented [PDF 115kb] Submit your comments by November 15 You are welcome to submit comments on the information and options presented at the open house. All comments must be submitted by November 15, 2016. Please review the open house information then submit your comments online or by email to one of the following two… Continue reading Information from the Emma to Earl pedestrian bridge open house, October 25, 2016

Notice of open house: Emma Street to Earl Street Bridge over the Speed River

The City of Guelph is hosting an open house to review and discuss a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study for a proposed pedestrian bridge connecting Emma Street to Earl Street over the Speed River. Tuesday, October 25, 2016 6:30–9 p.m. Evergreen Seniors Community Centre 683 Woolwich St Why come to the open house? This is your opportunity to view project information and to ask questions about plans for the new bridge. You’re encouraged to provide comments and feedback to City staff and consultants at the open house. About the project The Guelph Trail Master Plan (2005) recommends a bridge in this location to provide a connection to the Downtown Trail. The purpose of the EA study is to determine if a pedestrian bridge is warranted at… Continue reading Notice of open house: Emma Street to Earl Street Bridge over the Speed River

Emma Street to Earl Street Bridge improvements Environment Assessment: Notice of Study Commencement

Municipal Class Environmental Assessment, Schedule B Environmental Study Emma Street to Earl Street Bridge over the Speed River The study The City of Guelph has initiated a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) for a proposed pedestrian bridge connecting Emma Street to Earl Street over the Speed River. A bridge in this location is recommended in the Guelph Trail Master Plan (2005) to provide a connection to the Downtown Trail. The EA study will determine if a pedestrian bridge is needed at this location and if so, the style of bridge to be constructed. The site location and extent of the study area are shown on the map. The process The EA will be conducted as a Schedule ‘B’ project in accordance with the “Municipal Class Environmental Assessment” document… Continue reading Emma Street to Earl Street Bridge improvements Environment Assessment: Notice of Study Commencement