If you registered for programs or classes, rented a sports field, booked a picnic shelter or reserved any other recreation facility before September 8, 2020, you will receive a refund. Continue reading Guelph summer camps, recreation programs, permits and events at City facilities cancelled until September 8, 2020
Guelph summer camps, recreation programs, permits and events at City facilities cancelled until September 8, 2020May 29, 2020
Based on the advice from Guelph’s Medical Officer of Health to slow the spread of COVID-19, the City of Guelph has declared an emergency, closed City buildings to the public and cancelled programs and events. Continue reading City of Guelph responding to Coronavirus
Guelph-Wellington’s Harve$t Impact fund will match up to $90,000 in donations to The SEED’s Emergency Food Home Delivery program. Make a donation at harvestimpact.ca. Continue reading Harvesting Impact. It takes a community to feed a community.
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
Community gardens in Guelph will open on May 15, following the Provincial Order to include community gardens as an essential service during COVID-19. Continue reading Community gardens open May 15 under COVID-19 guidelines
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?
The City of Guelph prohibits outdoor recreational fires (e.g. fireplaces, fire pits, and chimineas). Continue reading No outdoor recreational fires in Guelph
City administration offices, including City Hall, Provincial Offences Court, recreation centres, libraries, museums, theatres and will remain closed to the public until after Guelph’s state of emergency is lifted. Continue reading City facilities closed until state of emergency is lifted
Guelph Transit is making additional service changes as part of the City’s response to coronavirus (COVID-19). Continue reading Guelph Transit changing service to slow the spread of coronavirus
During an emergency meeting earlier today, Guelph City Council approved several recommendations to support the City’s response to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Continue reading Guelph City Council approves more fiscal relief measures in response to COVID-19
Mayor Guthrie has called an emergency Council meeting for Thursday, April 16 at 6 p.m. An agenda will be posted no later than Tuesday, April 14. You can watch the meeting online at guelph.ca/live. Continue reading Emergency Guelph City Council meeting April 16 at 6 p.m.
All City of Guelph recreation centres, libraries, museums and theatres remain closed until April 30 to slow the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19); all scheduled programs, performances and events at City facilities are cancelled through July 5, 2020. Continue reading Programs and events at City facilities cancelled through July 5, 2020
Guelph acting on Provincial order to close all recreation amenities to slow spread of COVID-19, get people to stay homeMarch 31, 2020
The City of Guelph is acting immediately on the Province of Ontario’s order to close all outdoor recreational amenities to slow the spread of COVID-19 Continue reading Guelph acting on Provincial order to close all recreation amenities to slow spread of COVID-19, get people to stay home
The Mayor made this decision after Dr. Nicola Mercer, the Medical Officer of Health, declared an outbreak in a ward at Guelph General Hospital earlier today. Continue reading Mayor Guthrie declares state of emergency for Guelph in response to COVID-19
Based on advice from Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health, Guelph’s waste drop-off is closed to the general public to slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Continue reading City closes public waste drop-off to residents
City Council approves fiscal relief measures for Guelph residents and businesses in wake of COVID-19March 23, 2020
At its emergency meeting tonight, Guelph City Council unanimously approved fiscal relief measures to help residents and businesses manage the impacts of COVID-19. Continue reading City Council approves fiscal relief measures for Guelph residents and businesses in wake of COVID-19
Based on advice from Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health, and the Ontario government’s declaration of an emergency, the City of Guelph is closing all city facilities to the public to slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) Continue reading All City facilities now closed to the public
The City of Guelph announces that Fire Chief John Osborne is retiring on February 29, after 30 years with the City. Continue reading Handing over the helm at City of Guelph Fire Services
Here’s your opportunity to pay it forward this holiday season. Continue reading Help us stuff an emergency vehicle with food
Alert Guelph is the City of Guelph’s new public alert messaging system—providing you with trusted, timely and accurate information to ensure you and your family are safe during a local emergency. Continue reading Being informed about local emergencies just got simpler
Today, during Ontario’s Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week, the Guelph Fire Department and Enbridge Gas Inc. announced they are working together to improve home safety and bring fire and carbon monoxide-related deaths down to zero. Continue reading Guelph Fire, Enbridge Gas partner in home safety initiative to beat ‘silent killer’
Last night, the Guelph-Wellington Paramedic Service (GWPS) hosted its sixth annual celebration and awards dinner at the Italian Canadian Club. Continue reading Paramedics celebrated at annual dinner
“Make and practice your home fire escape plan”—a message that’s being delivered by fire departments, including Guelph, during Fire Prevention Week, October 6 to 12. Continue reading Be a fire safety hero in your home!
The City and the Guelph Professional Firefighters Association head into interest arbitration. Arbitration hearing is open to the public. Continue reading Fire Service arbitration hearing is open to the public
Colleen Clack, who has served as the City of Guelph’s general manager, Culture, Tourism and Community Investment for the past six years, has been appointed by the Executive Team as the City’s newest deputy chief administrative officer (DCAO) of Public Services. In her new position, Clack will oversee Culture, Tourism and Community Investment, Emergency Services, Guelph Transit, Operations, and Parks and Recreation. Continue reading Colleen Clack appointed as City’s newest Deputy Chief Administrative Officer