On Tuesday, April 15, the City of Guelph will host a public meeting to provide an update on its recreation needs assessment and feasibility study.
The public will also have an opportunity to review options for a potential new recreation facility in the city’s south end. The options are based on input received from a survey, online discussion, and community focus/user group participation as well as population-growth related need and land availability.
Input received at the public meeting will be used to refine the options and develop concepts and recommendations about the City’s strategy for recreation needs now and in the future.
Over the next 20 years the city is expected to grow by more than 54,000 people and the City recognizes that access to recreational facilities and programs is a vital part of a healthy community.
Recreation needs assessment and feasibility study public meeting
Colleen Clack, City of Guelph
Jonathan Hack, Sierra Planning and Management
Sally Turner, Sierra Planning and Management
Community Room, Clair Road Emergency Services Centre
160 Clair Road West, Guelph
Tuesday, April 15