About the project
The bridge Norwich Street Bridge crosses over the Speed River between Cardigan Street and Arthur Street North. The bridge is currently closed to vehicle traffic and serves as a pedestrian crossing.
The City of Guelph completed a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study for proposed improvements to the deteriorating Norwich Street Bridge in 2017. The EA study determined the bridge will be maintained as a heritage structure with repairs to make it safe for future use.
Review virtual open house materials
Review the virtual open house presentation boards for the 2020 construction plan for the Norwich Street Bridge below.
Background materials and documents
Open house display boards – May 17, 2017Open house display boards – September 21, 2016Norwich Street Bridge EA Progress Report, March 2017Norwich Street footbridge EA Progress Report Appendix A Cultural Heritage Evaluation and Heritage Impact AssessmentNorwich Street footbridge EA Progress Report Appendix B Stage 1 Archaeological AssessmentNorwich Street footbridge EA Progress Report Appendix C Environmental Impact StudyDiagram of existing Norwich Street footbridgeDiagram of proposed Norwich Street footbridge