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April 18 to 24, 2021 is National Volunteer Week in Guelph! Continue reading The Value of One, the Power of Many
The City of Guelph and the Smart Cities office are building public-private sector collaborations to find mutually beneficial solutions to municipal challenges. Continue reading Learning more about household food waste
Robertson booster pump station Environmental Assessment: Notice of Completion Continue reading Robertson booster pump station Environmental Assessment: Notice of Completion
… Continue reading Guelph-Wellington Urban Agriculture Challenge funds local circular food security projects
… Continue reading Canadian experts guide local data trust pilot
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The railway crossing at Dublin Street will be closed July 6, 2020 to make sure that people walking, cycling and driving through the area are safe. Continue reading Dublin Street rail crossing closure and Kent and Northumberland street changes
Statement from the City of Guelph: disparaging comments about Saturday’s Black Lives Matter peaceful protest. Continue reading Statement from the City of Guelph: disparaging comments about Saturday’s Black Lives Matter peaceful protest
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The City of Guelph is conducting a residential telephone call survey to gauge community awareness and understanding about the Baker District redevelopment project. Continue reading Baker District telephone survey notice of collection
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Date updated: May 7, 2021.