Public notice: Have your say on the draft natural heritage action plan

Online feedback form open until July 24

The City’s draft natural heritage action plan is ready for your feedback.

Give us your feedback

So far we’ve looked at our own current environmental policies and practices and engaged staff, stakeholders and the public in sharing ideas and developing draft actions. The action plan will guide our efforts in managing our natural heritage system and water resources while continuing to support development and growth.

All of that work has led to the creation of the draft action plan.

Have your say

  1.  Complete a short online survey and tell us what actions within the plan are most important to you. A summary of the feedback will be shared publicly. All input is anonymous.
  2. Delegate to Committee of the Whole on July 3 when we present the draft action plan. Register to delegate by June 29 at guelph.ca/delegate.

Your feedback will be used to improve the action plan. City staff will present a final version of the action plan will be presented to Council.

What is natural heritage?

Natural heritage refers to the many elements of biodiversity, including plants, animals, ecosystem types, and geological structures and formations. These elements make up the natural heritage features and areas.  The City’s vision is to protect, restore, maintain and enhance these features and areas as we continue to grow.

For more information

Planning policy and urban design
519-822-1260 extension 5616
planning@guelph.ca