Last updated: September 29, 2020
Woolwich Street lane reduction in effect and plaza entrance to Canadian Tire and sidewalks are closed
September 23, 2020: The City has installed a temporary sanitary sewer bypass on Woolwich Street, pending upcoming sanitary sewer repairs in the location. The bypass will be in place for approximately four weeks when the sanitary sewer is expected to be repaired.
Lane reductions in effect
As of September 29, lane reductions are in effect going north on Woolwich Street, north of Woodlawn Road, in front of the plaza entrance. Traffic is being maintained in both directions. Delays are to be expected.
Plaza entrance to Canadian Tire and sidewalks on Woolwich Street, north of Woodlawn Road East, are closed
There are no impacts to road traffic, however, the plaza entrance off of Woolwich Street to Canadian Tire, Staples, and other shops, will be closed while the bypass is in place. Please use alternative entrances located off of Woodlawn Road East.
Pedestrian sidewalks on the east side of Woolwich are also closed north of Woodlawn Road.
No City services, like waste collection or Guelph Transit, are impacted by this work.
The City appreciates your patience, understanding and co-operation during this important construction project. Project details and any updates will be posted on guelph.ca/construction.
For more information
Adam Geldart, Supervisor, Wastewater Collection
Wastewater Services, Environmental Services
519-822-1260 extension 2240