DGBA press release.
Council adopted the Downtown Secondary Plan (DSP) in 2012, which anticipates more residents and businesses Downtown. Based on this, the City is updating the Downtown Streetscape Manual (previously called the Downtown Public Realm Manual, 2001) and the Downtown Built Form Standards (previously called the Downtown Private Realm Manual, 2001).
Join the conversation
You are invited to participate in an upcoming open house to provide input to help improve Downtown Guelph’s streets and public spaces (Downtown Streetscape Manual), St. George’s Square (St. George’s Square Concept Plan), and private buildings (Downtown Built Form Standards). The documents guide change in the downtown regarding new buildings, on-street parking, flexible streets, sidewalk space, street trees and other matters.
The City has released draft versions of these documents for public and stakeholder review.
Monday, June 2
6:30–8 p.m., Presentation at 7:15 pm.
Guelph City Hall, 1 Carden Street
This work will be used to provide direction for future capital projects including road reconstruction in the Downtown core as well as private development review.
Who should attend?
All interested citizens
· Residents of the Downtown, bordering neighbourhoods, and land owners with an interest in the Downtown
• Business owners/operators and employees working in the Downtown
Draft versions of these documents can be found at guelph.ca/placemaking or at Planning Services, 3rd floor, at City Hall during regular business hours.