Category Archives: Parking

Durham Street On-street Parking Survey

September 23, 2021

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Rickson Avenue On-street Parking Survey

September 23, 2021

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Baker and Wyndham parking lots close October 1

September 14, 2021

The Baker and Wyndham Street parking lots are closing permanently on October 1 for the Baker District redevelopment, a vibrant district nestled in Guelph’s historic core that will create a renewed area of activity, commerce and civic space for the local community and city. Continue reading Baker and Wyndham parking lots close October 1


Part of Macdonell Street parking lot closed for traffic island installation starting September 7

August 24, 2021

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Safe Semester kicks off September 3

August 23, 2021

Guelph’s Safe Semester runs September 3-October 3 to support a safe and enjoyable environment downtown for businesses, residents and students. Continue reading Safe Semester kicks off September 3


Have your say on trailer parking in residential neighbourhoods

July 22, 2021

The City is reviewing how trailers, recreational vehicles (RVs), detachable trailers and utility trailers park in residential neighbourhoods to balance the need for parking while considering community safety. Continue reading Have your say on trailer parking in residential neighbourhoods


Council unanimously approves urban design plan for Baker District redevelopment

July 21, 2021

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Macdonell and Wyndham patio street closures extended for recognized holidays

June 30, 2021

Macdonell and Wyndham patio street closures extended for recognized holidays Continue reading Macdonell and Wyndham patio street closures extended for recognized holidays


It’s patio season!

June 10, 2021

Macdonell and Wyndham streets closed weekends for seasonal patio program Continue reading It’s patio season!


Elizabeth Street parking lot closes permanently June 30

May 20, 2021

The City of Guelph is closing the Elizabeth Street parking lot permanently on June 30, 2021. Continue reading Elizabeth Street parking lot closes permanently June 30


Guelph launches pilot for on-street parking payments on Delhi Street

May 17, 2021

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$40 annual fee for bike parking at Market Parkade starts February 1

January 26, 2021

Starting February 1, people who bike in Guelph can buy a $40, taxes included, annual pass to park their bike in the secure bike parking room at the Market Parkade on Wilson Street. Continue reading $40 annual fee for bike parking at Market Parkade starts February 1


Overnight on-street parking restrictions begin December 1

November 9, 2020

Starting December 1, the overnight on-street parking restrictions resume until April 1. Continue reading Overnight on-street parking restrictions begin December 1


City’s preparations for winter are “snow” joke

November 9, 2020

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


Guelph advances COVID-19 response

July 15, 2020

Senior City staff present the fiscal, economic, community and organizational impacts of the COVID-19, and the City’s ongoing plans to address them. Continue reading Guelph advances COVID-19 response


City gets $100,000 from Government of Canada to add 20 public electric vehicle charging stations

June 18, 2020

Continue reading City gets $100,000 from Government of Canada to add 20 public electric vehicle charging stations


Guelph’s COVID-19 recovery efforts well underway

June 17, 2020

Guelph City Council approves downtown dining district, increasing support for local non-profit organizations and reinstating parking fees, transit fares Continue reading Guelph’s COVID-19 recovery efforts well underway


City Council approves fiscal relief measures for Guelph residents and businesses in wake of COVID-19

March 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


Postponed: March 23 open house shows Urban Design Master Plan for Baker District

March 15, 2020

Open houses (March 23 and April 2) are postponed. You’re invited to attend one of two open houses as we show how the community’s feedback over the past 18 months has influenced the Urban Design Master Plan for the Baker District redevelopment project. Continue reading Postponed: March 23 open house shows Urban Design Master Plan for Baker District


Market Parkade and Wilson Street improvements completed within budget and with sustainability in mind

October 9, 2019

This month, the City will celebrate the long-awaited completion of the Wilson Street road improvements and the grand opening of the new Market Parkade. The new Norfolk Street pedestrian bridge will also open, and the Wilson Street public art project will be unveiled along with four new murals created as part of the Main Street Mural Project. All work was completed within planned budgets. Continue reading Market Parkade and Wilson Street improvements completed within budget and with sustainability in mind


Baker District archaeological and environmental investigations start mid-July

July 9, 2019

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City optimizing the Wilson Street parkade

July 18, 2017

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City makes minor changes to one of its service areas as some projects wind down and others ramp up

March 14, 2017

The adjustments allow for the creation of a new position to focus on downtown renewal—namely, real estate transactions in the downtown core. Continue reading City makes minor changes to one of its service areas as some projects wind down and others ramp up


Wilson Street Environmental Assessment: Notice of Study Completion

March 3, 2017

The City is proposing to replace the existing roadway, storm and sanitary sewers, and watermain. Continue reading Wilson Street Environmental Assessment: Notice of Study Completion


Wilson Street parkade deferred to stay on budget

January 27, 2017

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Province clears Baker Street site where bone fragments found in October

December 12, 2016

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Archaeological assessment of site where bone fragments found starts Friday

October 27, 2016

Continue reading Archaeological assessment of site where bone fragments found starts Friday


Bone fragments found in section of buried tunnel under Baker Street

October 17, 2016

Continue reading Bone fragments found in section of buried tunnel under Baker Street


City initiates Parking Master Plan study for Downtown Guelph

February 19, 2013

Recognizing the need to develop improved plans for parking, the City of Guelph has initiated a Parking Master Plan study focusing on Downtown Guelph and surrounding areas. Continue reading City initiates Parking Master Plan study for Downtown Guelph