The City is loosening restrictions on parks, greenspaces and sports fields, including opening unfenced leash-free areas and tennis courts, on Saturday, May 23. Continue reading Leash-free areas, tennis courts and greenspaces reopening
Starting May 26, you can bring garbage and household hazardous waste to the public drop-off. Recycling, yard waste and reuse areas remain closed. Continue reading Guelph waste drop-off opens May 26 for household hazardous waste and garbage
Guelph City Council received an update about the City’s response to COVID-19 and plans for economic, social, and organizational recovery. Continue reading Guelph shifting from COVID-19 response to preparing for recovery
Some pretty great things are already happening, thanks to some pretty amazing community leaders. Here are just a few highlights and we will keep sharing our progress in the coming weeks. Continue reading What will Guelph’s new normal look like?
Guelph has finished building a new 18,600 square metre snow storage pad near the Wastewater Treatment Facility on Wellington Street West. Continue reading New snow storage pad reduces environmental impacts of salt
The City is investigating termite activity in the area of Eastview Road and Mountford Drive after an infestation was discovered on two properties in the area last week. Continue reading City investigating termite activity near Eastview and Mountford
Today the City of Guelph welcomes Jennifer Rose as the general manager of Environmental Services. Rose comes to the City with 15 years’ experience in the municipal sector, most recently as director of Environmental Services for the City of Vaughan. Continue reading Things looking rosy with City of Guelph’s new GM of Environmental Services