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Shaping Guelph town hall
April 15 at 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
We need your help to determine how Guelph should grow and develop over the next 30 years.
In 2020 we had community conversations about one possible way for Guelph to grow and what other growth scenarios should be explored. Technical studies on housing and employment lands have been completed. Based on these conversations and technical studies three growth scenarios have been prepared. Growth scenarios look at different ways Guelph can accommodate and manage its population and employment growth to 2051.
Join city staff and consultants at a virtual town hall to learn more about the three growth scenarios, the proposed growth scenario evaluation framework, and proposed urban structure – an urban structure defines area of the city of that are the focus for different types of uses like industrial and residential.
The town hall will take place entirely online on Thursday, April 15 from 7-8:30 p.m. We’ll talk about the growth scenarios, how they were developed, how they will be developed, and a proposed urban structure. You’ll have a chance to ask questions at the end of the town hall.
How to watch the town hall
- Watch the Webex meeting to participate and ask questions (password: City2021)
- Watch the livestream on guelph.ca/live or our Facebook page.
- Call in to the meeting at 1-416-216-5643 (access code: 129 927 8164)
Joining the Webex meeting is the only way to directly engage and participate with panelists. Questions asked through our Facebook page will be passed along to the town hall moderators to answer. A recording of the video and questions that were answered will be posted following the town hall to the project page haveyoursay.guelph.ca/shaping-guelph.