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Edgehill Drive – On-street Parking Survey

February 2020 – On-Street Parking Survey The City’s Transportation Engineering department has received a public request to review on-street parking on Edgehill Drive. To address this concern, the City is considering removing the existing “No Parking 8am-6pm Monday to Friday” restriction on the west side of the street between Highview Place and Division Street. Staff must receive a minimum support rate of 51% of the property owners that are in favour of the proposal in order for the change to occur. We have set-up various methods of communication.  Please complete the survey sheet by using one of these methods.  For your convenience, an online survey has been created and can be accessed by clicking below. Edgehill Drive On-street Parking Survey Collection Notice: Personal Information, as… Continue reading Edgehill Drive – On-street Parking Survey

Beechwood Avenue – On-Street Parking Survey

February 2020 – On-Street Parking Survey The City’s Transportation Engineering department has received a public request to review on-street parking on Beechwood Avenue. To address this concern, the City is considering implementing a “No Parking Anytime” restriction on the north side of Beechwood Avenue between Waterloo Avenue and Chadwick Avenue. Staff must receive a minimum support rate of 51% of the property owners that are in favour of the proposal in order for the change to occur. We have set-up various methods of communication.  Please complete the survey sheet by using one of these methods.  For your convenience, an online survey has been created and can be accessed by clicking below. Beechwood Avenue On-street Parking Survey Collection Notice: Personal Information, as defined by the Municipal… Continue reading Beechwood Avenue – On-Street Parking Survey

Council approves new reduced speed school zones

Guelph, Ont., May 24, 2017—Last night, Guelph City Council approved the addition of new reduced speed school zones, and a recommendation to request changes to the Highway Traffic Act. Council did not approve a staff recommendation to change current 30 km/h school zone speed limits to 40 km/h. “The Ontario Highway Traffic Act only allows municipalities to use time and date specific reduced speed limits where installed signs have flashers or are motorized—a very expensive option to implement City-wide,” noted Allister McIlveen, Manager of Transportation Services for the City. “We’re pleased that Council accepted our recommendation to request that the Ontario Ministry of Transportation change the Highway Traffic Act to allow for the addition of time and date information as tabs below other types of… Continue reading Council approves new reduced speed school zones