Report shows the City is making headway on renewable energy goal Continue reading Report shows the City is making headway on renewable energy goal
Tree removals at Goldie Mill start September 1 Continue reading Tree removals at Goldie Mill start September 1
We’re removing ash and trees that are dead, dying or causing harm from Peter Misersky Park on August 20, as a part of our annual tree maintenance process. Continue reading Tree removals at Peter Misersky Park start August 20
We’re continuing to monitor, maintain and remove ash trees impacted by the emerald ash borer on public property and it’s important that you check ash trees on your property too. Continue reading We’ve got a plan for our ash—do you have a plan for yours?
We’re resuming hazard tree removals and a reduced schedule of mowing in our parks and sports fields. Continue reading Mowing and hazard tree removals underway
We’re removing ash and hazard trees from Preservation Park starting January 13 that are affected by emerald ash borer. Continue reading Ash tree removal in Preservation Park starts January 13
The City of Guelph is using iTree to learn more about the state of our urban forest Continue reading Guelph urban forest study
… Continue reading City shares street tree ownership information with residents through online map
… Continue reading How Guelph deals with termites and Emerald Ash Borer
The City has confirmed the Emerald Ash Borer — an invasive and destructive insect — has been found in four trees along Gordon Street boulevards near Clair Road. The trees were less than 10 years old and have been removed. Continue reading Emerald Ash Borer confirmed in Guelph’s south end
Date updated: December 6, 2017.