A resident’s perspective.
This is exactly the type of collaborative effort that we need to see in the Guelph community.
Through effective communication and enforcement of the EXISTING by-laws (outlined in the attached notice), we can target the actual
offenders that landlord licensing is trying to pursue.AA
As we work proactively with the City of Guelph and Guelph Police Services to provide a safe community environment for all Guelph residents, the office of Off-Campus Living at the University of Guelph would like to keep you informed of the messages that we are communicating to students in advance of St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th, 2012.
We encourage you, as landlords, to incorporate the information below into your conversations and communication with students who live in your rental properties. Attached to this email, you will find a 1-page poster with information about St. Patrick’s Day.
As part of this St. Patrick’s Day, late night bus service, funded by the Central Student Association, will be operating during the evening of March 17th. Guelph Police Services will also be operating R.I.D.E. programs throughout Guelph on March 17th to reduce drinking and driving.
For information about hosting parties, common bylaw fines, including public urination and nuisance parties, or general neighbourhood issues, you can contact Off-Campus Living at extension 56276 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.