Cultural Heritage Action Plan

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The Cultural Heritage Action Plan will protect the cultural heritage value of our neighbourhoods and historic places through the:

  • implementation of policies in the Official Plan,
  • identification of cultural heritage landscapes within the city,
  • prioritization of actions related to heritage conservation, and
  • recommendations regarding incentives and the promotion of cultural heritage resources.

On April 8 2018, the draft Cultural heritage Action Plan was released for Council and community comment. On April 24, two identical sessions were held to present the draft Plan and receive comments to be used to inform the final Cultural Heritage Action Plan. If you missed these sessions, we welcome your comments below.

The Cultural Heritage Action Plan will protect the cultural heritage value of our neighbourhoods and historic places through the:

  • implementation of policies in the Official Plan,
  • identification of cultural heritage landscapes within the city,
  • prioritization of actions related to heritage conservation, and
  • recommendations regarding incentives and the promotion of cultural heritage resources.

On April 8 2018, the draft Cultural heritage Action Plan was released for Council and community comment. On April 24, two identical sessions were held to present the draft Plan and receive comments to be used to inform the final Cultural Heritage Action Plan. If you missed these sessions, we welcome your comments below.

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    draft Cultural Heritage Action Plan

    The draft Cultural Heritage Action Plan was released for Council and community comment on April 8, 2019. Two identical presentations and workshops to review and comment on the draft Cultural Heritage Plan were held on Wednesday April 24, 2019. 

    If you missed the presentation and workshop, you can still provide your comments by completing the feedback form below. This form will take you approximately ten to twenty minutes to complete, and will be open until Monday May 13, 12 am. Your input will be used with feedback from previous consultations to help inform the final Cultural Heritage Action Plan.

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    The draft Cultural Heritage Action Plan was released for Council and community comment on April 8, 2019. Two identical presentations and workshops to review and comment on the draft Cultural Heritage Plan were held on Wednesday April 24, 2019. 

    If you missed the presentation and workshop, you can still provide your comments by completing the feedback form below. This form will take you approximately ten to twenty minutes to complete, and will be open until Monday May 13, 12 am. Your input will be used with feedback from previous consultations to help inform the final Cultural Heritage Action Plan.

    Personal information, as defined by the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA) is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, and in accordance with the provisions of MFIPPA.  Personal information on this survey will be used to inform the final draft of the Cultural Heritage Action Plan. If you have questions about this collection; use, and disclosure of this information, contact the City of Guelph’s Information and Access Coordinator at 519-822-1260 extension 2349 or by email at  privacy@guelph.ca

     

    Consultation has concluded