About the project
The City is improving Silvercreek Parkway North between Woodlawn Road and Speedvale Avenue West.
We are upgrading existing watermain and sanitary sewers, installing new curbs, adding multi-use paths and repaving the road.
Upgrading the watermain and sanitary sewers ensures we can support our community as the population grows.
The multi-use paths will improve active transportation connectivity in Guelph, allowing cyclists to safely travel from the Silvercreek bike lanes immediately south of Speedvale Avenue West to the Woodlawn multi-use path system.
In addition, we are upgrading the three bus stops along this stretch of road from grade-level shoulder stops to raised concrete pads for improved accessibility and comfort.
Questions and comments
We are committed to communicating with businesses and residents about this project, and we encourage you to visit haveyoursay.guelph.ca/silvercreek-parkway-north to post questions and comments at anytime. Our project team will respond to ensure you get the information you need.
Construction will be completed in three phases:
Phase 1: Speedvale Avenue West to south rail crossing – Spring/Summer
Phase 2: South rail crossing to north rail crossing – Summer/Fall
Phase 3: North rail crossing to Woodlawn Road – road rehabilitation, can take place at any time
Map of the construction area
For more information
Jackie Kay, Project Manager
Engineering and Transportation Services
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 Extension 2251