Open house: Norwich Street bridge Environmental Assessment May 17

Map of area of construction on the Norwich Street Bridge on Norwich Street EastThe City of Guelph is hosting an open house to review and discuss a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study for the rehabilitation of the pedestrian bridge along Norwich Street over the Speed River. The site location and study area is shown on the map.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017
6–8 p.m.
City Hall, 1 Carden Street, Room 112

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

Picture shows Norwich Street footbridge in winterThe existing pedestrian bridge is currently in a deteriorated state. The pony truss-style bridge is a designated heritage structure. The EA study is aimed at assessing various alternatives for the bridge, including rehabilitation and replacement, in an effort to address active transportation needs (e.g. cycling, walking).