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Construction notice: Edinburgh Road North closure for track repairs February 20

February 15, 2019

At London Road West CN is undertaking track maintenance work at the Edinburgh Road North and London Road West rail crossing. Construction begins February 20 Work is expected to start Wednesday, February 20 and take one day to complete, weather permitting. Lane reductions and detours The intersection of Edinburgh Road North and London Road West will be closed on February 20. Drivers are asked to use an alternative route. Pedestrian access Pedestrians will not be able to access the sidewalks at the intersection on February 20 and are asked use an alternative route. Property and business access and parking All businesses in the construction area remain open and accessible throughout construction. Every effort will be made to maintain access to driveways in the construction area… Continue reading Construction notice: Edinburgh Road North closure for track repairs February 20


Residential plow out scheduled for Guelph February 15 at 6 p.m.

February 15, 2019

A residential plow out is scheduled for Guelph to clean up the roads, bike lanes, sidewalks and trails from the previous snowfall. Continue reading Residential plow out scheduled for Guelph February 15 at 6 p.m.


Construction notice: Victoria Road lane reduction for Sanitary Bypass starting February 24

February 14, 2019

The City is continuing construction on the York Trunk Sewer and Paisley-Clythe Feeder Main Phase 2B project. Work in this phase takes place between Boult Avenue and Victoria Road in Eramosa River Park, and through Florence Lane between Hayes Avenue and Victoria Road, including work along the recreational trails, and a complete reconstruction of Brockville Avenue. The York Trunk Sewer and Paisley-Clythe Feedermain is a $30 million, multi-year infrastructure project. It is the City’s largest water main and wastewater (sanitary) sewer project. It includes the installation of about 6.2 kilometres of water pipes and 3.8 kilometres of sewer pipes. The City’s 2009 Water and Wastewater Servicing Master Plan identified the projects as priorities in order to meet our community’s existing and future water and wastewater… Continue reading Construction notice: Victoria Road lane reduction for Sanitary Bypass starting February 24


Residential plow out scheduled for Guelph February 13 at 1 a.m.

February 12, 2019

A residential plow out has started to clear roads, bike lanes, sidewalks and trails of snow. Please move parked cars off of the streets. Continue reading Residential plow out scheduled for Guelph February 13 at 1 a.m.


Snow storm: What City services are running and what’s not on February 12

February 12, 2019

Check back here to see what City services and programs are running and what’s not on February 12, 2019. Continue reading Snow storm: What City services are running and what’s not on February 12


Maltby Road East closed until further notice

February 6, 2019

Maltby Road East is closed due to changes in temperature that affect road stability and grade. The road will reopen late spring 2019. Continue reading Maltby Road East closed until further notice


Freezing rain: here’s what you need to know about City services

February 6, 2019

Freezing rain has arrived. Check this list for City services to stay up-to-date on delays and cancellations on February 6, 2019. Continue reading Freezing rain: here’s what you need to know about City services


Family Day hours for City facilities and services

February 5, 2019

Holiday hours for the City of Guelph facilities and programs. Continue reading Family Day hours for City facilities and services


Water main break at Wyndham St. N and Macdonnell St. has been repaired.

February 2, 2019

Guelph, Ont., February 2, 2019—A water main break that occurred at the intersection of Wyndham St. N and Macdonnell St. this afternoon has been repaired and water has been restored to affected areas. The intersection has been closed and buses have been rerouted but it will be reopened once site clean up is completed.  Visit https//guelph.ca/transit  for any impacts to bus routes.   Media contact: Matthew Phillips Supervisor Water Supply Operations, Environmental Services Water Services City of Guelph 519-822-1260 extension 2152 matthew.phillips@guelph.ca


Water main break at intersection of Wyndham St. N and Macdonnell St. being repaired today

February 2, 2019

Guelph, Ont., February 2, 2019—A water main break has occurred at the intersection of Wyndham St. N and Macdonnell St. this afternoon.  There are no health risks as a result of the break. The intersection has been closed and buses have been rerouted.  Visit https//guelph.ca/transit  for any impacts to bus routes during the water main break repair. Repairs will be completed today.  Area residents may experience fluctuations in water pressure or loss of water pressure. Some noise and light due to construction may be experienced by those living or working in the area where the break has occurred. The City will provide updates at guelph.ca and on Facebook (facebook.com/cityofguelph) and Twitter (twitter.com/cityofguelph) should anything change, or once repairs are complete. Media contact: Matthew Phillips Supervisor… Continue reading Water main break at intersection of Wyndham St. N and Macdonnell St. being repaired today


College Avenue East lane reduction begins February 6

February 1, 2019

The work is expected to begin on or about February 6 and take approximately one day, weather permitting. Continue reading College Avenue East lane reduction begins February 6


Council endorses recommendations to improve transit service in Guelph

January 31, 2019

At Tuesday night’s meeting, Council unanimously endorsed 12 recommendations outlined in the final report for the Guelph Transit business service review. Continue reading Council endorses recommendations to improve transit service in Guelph


City shares Guelph Transit business service review final report

January 17, 2019

The final report for the Guelph Transit business service review will be presented to Council on Tuesday, January 29 at 6 p.m. Continue reading City shares Guelph Transit business service review final report


Tips for driving in winter weather conditions

January 15, 2019

Maximize your visibility Take the time to scrape and clear your windows properly, both inside and out, before proceeding. Clean all your mirrors, lights and windshield wipers. Remove snow from the hood and roof so that it doesn’t blow or fall onto the windshield or rear window as you drive. Snow in the outside air vents or off of your boots on the floor will vapourize as the cab air temperature increases and may reform as frost on the inside of the cold windshield. Use the air conditioner, if equipped, as it will help to remove the moisture from the air. Find and keep traction Traction is what allows you to control your vehicle – starting, stopping or turning requires traction between your tires and… Continue reading Tips for driving in winter weather conditions


Baker District workshop sets stage for vision, goals

January 4, 2019

You’re invited to attend one of two drop-in workshops on January 15 as we gather community input to help shape the sustainability vision and goals for the Baker District redevelopment project. Continue reading Baker District workshop sets stage for vision, goals


Minor tweaks to Guelph Transit routes 10 and 17

December 19, 2018

We’re making some minor schedule adjustments, starting January 7, 2019. Continue reading Minor tweaks to Guelph Transit routes 10 and 17


Guelph Transit installs new signs at bus stops

December 18, 2018

Guelph Transit is installing new reflective signs at its bus stops. Continue reading Guelph Transit installs new signs at bus stops


Ring in 2019 with a free ride

December 10, 2018

Ride Guelph Transit for free after 7 p.m. on New Year’s Eve Continue reading Ring in 2019 with a free ride


Overnight on-street parking restrictions begin December 1

November 30, 2018

Check the signs on your street! Starting December 1, the overnight on-street parking restrictions take effect for winter. Continue reading Overnight on-street parking restrictions begin December 1


Sidewalk Needs Assessment study update, December 2018

November 27, 2018

The Sidewalk Needs Assessment (SNA) study supports improved connectivity for pedestrians throughout the City. City staff worked with Paradigm Transportation Solutions Ltd. to: Review the current guidelines for sidewalk construction and explore municipal best practices; Develop ranking criteria for prioritizing which gaps need to be filled in; and Propose an implementation strategy and cost estimate for completing the sidewalk network. Where we are at The original study report was completed in December 2016. Council approved the Sidewalk Needs Assessment report (page 11) at their March 27, 2017 meeting. Since 2017, the 1,145 meters of new sidewalk have been built: Eastview Road from Summit Ridge to Watson Parkway (multi-use path) Elmira Road near Tovell Rd Exhibition Street from Powell to near Division St Goldie Ave near Memorial Cr Grange Road near Auden… Continue reading Sidewalk Needs Assessment study update, December 2018


Have your say on the refined vision for the Ward to Downtown Bridge

November 16, 2018

Starting today, residents can have their say on the refined vision for the Ward to Downtown Bridge project until November 28, 2018. Continue reading Have your say on the refined vision for the Ward to Downtown Bridge


Join us to hear about plans for the Baker District redevelopment

November 15, 2018

The City of Guelph, along with Windmill Development Group and Invizij Architects Inc., is hosting two open houses on Thursday, November 29 to provide our community with an overview of the Baker District redevelopment project. Continue reading Join us to hear about plans for the Baker District redevelopment


Clair-Maltby Public Workshop: Policy Directions

November 15, 2018

Clair-Maltby Secondary Plan and Master Environmental Servicing Plan Tuesday, December 4 1:30–4 p.m. or 6:30–9 p.m. Salvation Army Guelph Citadel 1320 Gordon Street, Guelph Join us for focused conversations and a discussion to help establish and refine the policy directions that will inform the creation of the secondary plan for the Clair-Maltby area. A Draft Policy Directions report will be available no later than Monday, November 26 on guelph.ca/clair-maltby. This draft report will summarize key draft directions for future policies based on what we’ve heard through the project so far. Your input, ideas and comments at the public workshop will inform the final Policy Directions report. Register to participate Register to attend either the 1:30 to 4 p.m. or 6:30 to 9 p.m. session by Thursday, November 29. Registration is free. Unable to attend?… Continue reading Clair-Maltby Public Workshop: Policy Directions


City’s preparations for winter are “snow” joke

November 9, 2018

The City of Guelph is already knee deep in winter maintenance plans to keep all all roads, bike lanes and sidewalks safe. Continue reading City’s preparations for winter are “snow” joke


Apply to become a crossing guard today!

October 17, 2018

Give back to your community and keep kids safe Do you want to give back to your community? Do you want to keep children and pedestrians safe? Do you enjoy working outside? Become a school crossing guard! Crossing guards are provided only when schools are open (September to June). Time off when school is out, including weekends, PD days, and all holidays. Daily shifts are scheduled between 7:45 to 9:00 a.m. and 2:45 to 4:00 p.m. Responsibilities Ensure the safe crossing of pedestrians and children as they travel to and from school. We are accepting applications for crossing guards and spare crossing guards for various locations. Self-motivated, and personable and able to communicate effectively, you will ensure elementary school children cross safely at designated school… Continue reading Apply to become a crossing guard today!


Join us at the Speedvale Underpass open house on September 13

September 10, 2018

The City of Guelph is hosting an open house to present a trail concept for the Speedvale Underpass on September 13 at 6:30 p.m. Continue reading Join us at the Speedvale Underpass open house on September 13


Ride bus for free to River Run, Sleeman Centre events

September 7, 2018

Guelph, Ont., September 7, 2018 – Put your loonies away. It’s now free to ride Guelph Transit to and from ticketed events at River Run Centre and Sleeman Centre. “Thanks to our friends at Royal LePage Royal City Brokerage, we’re now able to offer the Special Event Fare program at no cost to riders,” says Robin Gerus, interim general manager at Guelph Transit. To receive the free special event fare, show your event ticket to the transit operator at the time of boarding—to and from the event. The special event fare begins three hours prior to the event start time and continues until end of bus service on the event day. The extended service window provides you with the opportunity to connect with businesses and… Continue reading Ride bus for free to River Run, Sleeman Centre events


New pedestrian signal Scottsdale Drive north of Janefield

August 31, 2018

Guelph, Ont., August 31, 2018 — A new pedestrian signal located on Scottsdale Drive just north of Janefield Avenue became operational today. With this installation, the City of Guelph now operates and maintains 195 traffic control signals. To learn more about how Guelph operates and coordinates traffic signals, visit guelph.ca/traffic. For more information Shaymaa Al-Ani Traffic Engineering, Engineering and Transportation Services 519-822-1260 extension 2041 shaymaa.al-ani@guelph.ca


Trail improvements coming to Crane Park starting September 5

August 27, 2018

The City is working in Crane Park starting September 5, 2018 to improve the existing trail and remove invasive buckthorn. Continue reading Trail improvements coming to Crane Park starting September 5


Unique bicycle rack now in downtown Guelph

August 15, 2018

People exploring downtown Guelph by bike this summer will be able to use a functional piece art in St. George’s Square to park their ride. Continue reading Unique bicycle rack now in downtown Guelph


Five new pedestrian crossings coming to Guelph in 2018

August 8, 2018

New pedestrian crossings are coming to these Guelph locations in August: Grange Road at Auden Road/Schroder Crescent Grange Road at Kearney Street Waterloo Avenue west of Beechwood Avenue Ironwood Road east of Reid Court, at the Royal Recreation Trail Crossing Woodlawn Road East at Atto Drive These new crossings are different from typical crosswalks. Whether you drive, bike or walk, you’ll need to learn the rules for driving through or using crossovers.


New traffic signal on Watson Parkway North at Fleming Road

August 1, 2018

Guelph, Ont., August 1, 2018 — A new pedestrian traffic signal located on Watson Parkway North at Fleming Road began operation on July 31. With this installation, the City of Guelph now operates and maintains 194 traffic control signals. To learn more about how Guelph operates and coordinates traffic signals, visit guelph.ca/traffic. For more information Imre Tot Traffic Engineering, Transportation Services Engineering and Transportation Services 519-822-1260 extension 2039 imre.tot@guelph.ca


Open house notice: Join us to discuss phase two of the Woodlawn Road multi-use path on August 2

July 20, 2018

Silvercreek Parkway to Imperial Road The City of Guelph is hosting an open house to present construction plans for the multi-use path on Woodlawn Road West from Silvercreek Parkway to Imperial Road. The multi-use path will be built on Woodlawn Road’s north and south sides between the existing curb and property line. The multi-use path will be three metres wide for use by pedestrians, cyclists and other users to get around. The multi-use path is funded by the Province under its Ontario Municipal Commuter Cycling Program to build safer, more connected cycling routes for Ontarians and to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation. The City of Guelph is contributing at least 20 per cent toward the total eligible project cost. Construction will include the… Continue reading Open house notice: Join us to discuss phase two of the Woodlawn Road multi-use path on August 2


Notice of collection and filming: Boathouse/Royal City Park

July 12, 2018

Date: July 19 and 21, 2018 Location: Boathouse/Royal City Park area Purpose:  to conduct counts and survey local trail users to gain insight on how people are crossing Gordon Street in the area Notification The City of Guelph will be conducting counts and surveying local trail users this month to gain insight on how people are crossing Gordon Street in the vicinity of the Boathouse/Royal City Park. This responds to recommendations in the Active Transportation Network Study approved by Council in July 2017. Paradigm Transportation Solutions Limited, a consultant of the City, is conducting both the counts and the surveys. Counts are being collected using a video device called Scout by Miovision which films a section of trail but does not permit individuals to be identifiable. Filming will… Continue reading Notice of collection and filming: Boathouse/Royal City Park


Guelph Transit’s Special Event Fare program here to stay

June 27, 2018

Guelph, Ont., June 27, 2018 – It’s official. Bus rides to and from ticketed events at River Run Centre and Sleeman Centre will continue to cost riders $1 for each one-way trip. On Monday night, City Council voted unanimously in favour of making the Special Event Fare program permanent. The program was introduced last September as a pilot program to increase ridership and assist in alleviating parking and traffic pressures in Guelph’s downtown core. To receive the $1 special event fare, riders must show their event ticket to the transit operator at the time of boarding. This is a savings of $2 per trip. The special event fare begins three hours prior to the event start time and continues until end of bus service on… Continue reading Guelph Transit’s Special Event Fare program here to stay


Construction notice: New pedestrian crossover to be installed on Ironwood Road starting August 3

June 21, 2018

East of Reid Court About the project The City is working with TM3 Inc. to install a new mid-block pedestrian crossover at Ironwood Road, just east of Reid Court. The new pedestrian crossover will include: Ladder style crossover pavement markings Shark’s teeth yield lines “Stop for pedestrians” signs New crossover to be installed August 3 Installation of the new crossover is expected to start around August 3 and will continue for approximately three weeks, weather permitting. Lane reductions and detours Traffic will be maintained in both directions, however, there will be lane reductions and delays should be expected. Pedestrian access Pedestrian sidewalk access will be maintained throughout the working area at all times. Map of construction area The City appreciates your patience, understanding and co-operation… Continue reading Construction notice: New pedestrian crossover to be installed on Ironwood Road starting August 3


Final design selected for the Ward to Downtown Bridge

June 19, 2018

Guelph, Ont., June 19, 2018 – The community has selected the final design for the Ward to Downtown Bridge. Option one, featuring a bench, wide deck for river viewing, and a lookout area was voted as the favourite design option. “We’re very excited to see this project come to life,” says Luke Jefferson, manager of Open Space Planning with the City of Guelph. “Our community has waited a long time for a safe and vibrant bridge that connects one of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods with the downtown.” Three designs were presented at a community open house on April 12, 2018 and 37 residents filled out a survey in person and online to select their favourite option. Option one was the most popular, with over 60… Continue reading Final design selected for the Ward to Downtown Bridge


Bus tickets available at Guelph Public Library branches

June 14, 2018

Guelph, Ont., June 14, 2018 – Starting June 18, you can buy Guelph Transit single bus tickets or monthly passes at any of the Guelph Public Library branches in the city. Main library, 100 Norfolk Street Bullfrog Mall, 380 Eramosa Road East Side, 1 Starwood Drive Scottsdale Centre, 650 Scottsdale Drive West End, 21 Imperial Road South Westminster, 100-31 Farley Drive “We’re excited to extend our vendor locations to include Guelph’s library branches; giving you more options on where you can purchase tickets and passes,” says Robin Gerus, interim general manager of Guelph Transit. The Guelph Public Library accepts debit, credit and cash as payment for tickets and passes. Monthly bus passes can be purchased at any vendor location about two weeks prior to the… Continue reading Bus tickets available at Guelph Public Library branches


Traffic notice: New pedestrian signal at Scottsdale Drive

June 12, 2018

Between Janefield Avenue and Wilsonview Avenue About the project The City is working with TM3 Inc. to install a new pedestrian signal on Scottsdale Drive between Janefield Avenue and Wilsonview Avenue, behind the Stone Road Mall. Installation to occur June 21 Installation is expected to start on or about Monday, June 21 and will continue for approximately three weeks, weather permitting. The contractor expected to activate the new signal no later than Friday, August 31. Lane reductions and detours Traffic will be maintained in both directions; however, there will be lane reductions and delays should be expected. Pedestrian access Pedestrian sidewalk access will be maintained throughout the working area at all times. City services There will be no interruption to any City services during construction.… Continue reading Traffic notice: New pedestrian signal at Scottsdale Drive


Traffic notice: New pedestrian signal on Watson Parkway North

June 12, 2018

At Fleming Road About the project The City is undertaking The City is working with TM3 Inc. to install a new intersection pedestrian signal on the north leg of the intersection of Watson Parkway North at Fleming Road. Installation to occur on June 18 Installation is expected to start on or about Monday, June 18, and will continue for approximately three weeks, weather permitting. The contractor is expected to activate the new signal no later than Friday, August 31. Lane reductions and detours Traffic will be maintained in both directions; however, there will be lane reductions and delays should be expected. Pedestrian access Pedestrian sidewalk access will be maintained throughout the working area at all times. City services There will be no interruption to any… Continue reading Traffic notice: New pedestrian signal on Watson Parkway North


Traffic notice: Lawrence Avenue traffic pattern change

June 6, 2018

At Florence Lane About the project The City has changed traffic signs on Lawrence Avenue at Florence Lane to improve traffic flow in and out of the Eramosa River Park parking lot. Stop signs have been installed on Lawrence Avenue at Florence Lane in both directions. The yield sign on Florence Lane at Lawrence Avenue has been removed. Map of area For more information Steve Anderson, Supervisor, Traffic Engineering Engineering and Transportation Services 519-822-1260 extension 2037 steve.anderson@guelph.ca


Guelph, get ready to ride

May 1, 2018

The City of Guelph is hosting its first Bike to Work Day event on Monday, May 28 as a kick off to Bike Month in June. Continue reading Guelph, get ready to ride


Council passes Election Sign Bylaw

May 1, 2018

The bylaw comes into effect ahead of 2018 municipal election Guelph, Ont., April 26, 2018 – Council passed an Election Sign Bylaw that regulates the use of election signs  to minimize  interference along roadways.  The new bylaw will be in effect for the start of municipal election nominations on May 1. “This new election sign bylaw sets out clear guidelines for placement and size of signs to ensure pedestrian and vehicular sight lines are free of obstruction, ” says David Wiedrick, manager of Bylaw Compliance, Security and Licensing. The approved bylaw regulates: The size of election signs to a maximum of 0.47 square metres and a maximum display height of 2.13 metres The placement of election signs to the ward in which the candidate is… Continue reading Council passes Election Sign Bylaw


Minor schedule adjustments to routes 3, 11, 14 and 17

April 26, 2018

Guelph, Ont., April 26, 2018 – Guelph Transit is making schedules changes to three of its bus routes, effective May 6. Route 3 Westmount: new morning departure at 5:44 a.m. (beginning at Westmount at Kimberly southbound to Downtown), Monday to Friday. New evening departure at 12:30 a.m. from Guelph Central Station (ending at Woodlawn at Edinburgh eastbound), Monday to Friday. Route 11 Willow West/14 Grange: the 12:10 a.m. departure will no longer be offered Monday to Friday. The last trip is now 12:15 a.m. Route 17 Woodlawn Watson: new evening departures at 6:20 p.m. and 6:50 p.m. on Sunday; new evening departure at 6:50 p.m. on holidays. Please note: This schedule adjustment came into effect in late February. Route schedules and trip planning can be… Continue reading Minor schedule adjustments to routes 3, 11, 14 and 17


Changes coming to school crossings near you

April 26, 2018

Guelph, Ont., April 26, 2018—The City of Guelph is ending midday adult school crossing guard coverage at six underused locations at the end of the current school year. Morning and afternoon crossing guard service will continue at all 33 locations currently served by the City. Current midday crossing guard coverage will not resume at these locations in September: Paisley Road at Alma Street Imperial Road at Stephanie Drive Scottsdale Drive at Ironwood Road Paisley Road at Silvercreek Parkway Willow Road at Westwood Road Victoria Road N at St. Patrick’s Catholic Elementary School Data from the affected locations indicates that any grade six and under student crossing at these locations are accompanied by a guardian. These six locations are the only ones with current midday crossing… Continue reading Changes coming to school crossings near you


Guelph Transit installing new bus stop shelters

April 24, 2018

Guelph, Ont., April 24, 2018 – Guelph Transit is installing 52 new shelters at bus stops across the city—bringing the total number of shelters to 110. The shelters provide riders with a protected area away from wind, rain, or snow, and offer them a place to sit until the bus arrives. “The new shelters are a part of our ongoing commitment to improving customer service on and off the bus. We’re confident the shelters will be a welcome addition for riders along our routes,” says Robin Gerus, interim general manager at Guelph Transit. Earlier this month, 15 shelters were installed, including one at Imperial Road at West End Community Centre southbound. Another 15 shelters will be in place in May and the remaining 22 will… Continue reading Guelph Transit installing new bus stop shelters


New traffic signal on York Road at Elizabeth Street

April 12, 2018

A new pedestrian signal located on York Road at Elizabeth Street began operation today. Continue reading New traffic signal on York Road at Elizabeth Street


Railway crossing safety tips

April 12, 2018

Guelph Junction Railway is committed to the safety of all travellers, and reminds the public about the following railway safety tips: Slow down when approaching a railway crossing. Remember trains can come at any time, from any direction. It takes a train a long time to come to a complete stop. When the lights at a rail crossing are flashing stop at the white line painted on the pavement. Do not cross over this line. Do not cross the track until the lights stop flashing, the bell stops ringing and the train has passed. If the crossing has a gate or barrier, wait until it rises all the way up before you cross the tracks. Never drive around, under or through a railway gate or… Continue reading Railway crossing safety tips


Construction notice: West Parkade to close April 30

April 12, 2018

Notice date: April 12, 2018 About the project Planned rehabilitation work at the West Parkade has identified the need for additional structural work which, to ensure safety, requires a full closure of the facility until the fall. Parking downtown during the closure West Parkade permit holders are being notified directly with relocation information. Alternate casual, short-term parking is available in lots on Wyndham, Macdonell and Baker streets. There is also free two-hour on-street parking in the downtown available once per day per vehicle. Why close the parkade? Every effort was made to reduce further impacts to parking in the downtown. Needed additional structural work at the West Parkade cannot be completed while maintaining public access. Closure of the parkade is needed because: Two-way traffic cannot… Continue reading Construction notice: West Parkade to close April 30


Repairs to pedestrian signal on Gordon Street at Water Street start April 3

April 3, 2018

Gordon Street at Water Street The City is working to repair a pedestrian signal at the intersection of Gordon Street and Water Street that was damaged over the weekend in a traffic accident. Repairs will start April 3 Work is expected to be complete on April 4, depending on the level of damage. Pedestrian access is limited Pedestrian access to the west side of the road is limited at the intersection. Pedestrians are advised to use the crosswalk at Gordon Street and Wellington Street while repairs are underway. The City appreciates your patience, understanding and co-operation during this important repair. Any updates will be posted on guelph.ca/construction. For more information Steve Anderson, Supervisor Traffic Engineering Engineering and Transportation Services City of Guelph 519-822-1260 extension 2037… Continue reading Repairs to pedestrian signal on Gordon Street at Water Street start April 3