Water and Wastewater Servicing Master Plan

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We want to hear from you

Your feedback is an important part of updating the master plan. The City will look for your feedback throughout the master plan update, both in-person and online.

Join us November 29,2022 for a Public Open House

There are three ways to participate:

1. Live in-person – Drop in at City Hall to learn about the project, ask the project team questions, and provide feedback.

  • Time: 5:30 pm -7:30 p.m. (drop in, anytime)
  • Location: City Hall Room C, 1 Carden Street, Guelph, ON, N1H 3A1

2. Live virtual – You are welcome to drop in on Teams during the time slot above. There will be no formal presentation; however, the project team will be available to answer questions. We encourage you to review the materials posted on this page starting November 29 before you join on Zoom. Here is the link to join: November 29 Virtual Open House

3. Here On Have Your Say - If you can’t attend the Open House – please check back here between November 29 to December 20 to review the display boards and use the Survey and Q&A features to leave comments and ask questions. Your feedback will be incorporated into the overall project documentation.

To get project updates, you can join our mailing list by contacting the project leads listed on the right hand side of the page.

The process

We’re updating the 2008 Water and Wastewater Servicing Master Plan to ensure the City’s water distribution and wastewater collection infrastructure (pipes and sewers) continues to support the growing Guelph community now until 2051.

The update will:

  • Analyze the City’s current water and wastewater infrastructure.
  • Take into consideration Guelph’s projected population growth.
  • Define needed increases to the current system’s capacity.
  • Identify technological advances and opportunities for improving efficiency.
  • Address changes in government legislation.

This study is being carried out according to the Municipal Engineers Association Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (2011, as amended), which is an approved Class of Environmental Assessment under the Environmental Assessment Act. An environmental assessment will document the results from this study and will be made available for public review. At that time, residents, Indigenous communities, and other interested persons or groups will be informed of when and where the environmental assessment can be reviewed.

We want to hear from you

Your feedback is an important part of updating the master plan. The City will look for your feedback throughout the master plan update, both in-person and online.

Join us November 29,2022 for a Public Open House

There are three ways to participate:

1. Live in-person – Drop in at City Hall to learn about the project, ask the project team questions, and provide feedback.

  • Time: 5:30 pm -7:30 p.m. (drop in, anytime)
  • Location: City Hall Room C, 1 Carden Street, Guelph, ON, N1H 3A1

2. Live virtual – You are welcome to drop in on Teams during the time slot above. There will be no formal presentation; however, the project team will be available to answer questions. We encourage you to review the materials posted on this page starting November 29 before you join on Zoom. Here is the link to join: November 29 Virtual Open House

3. Here On Have Your Say - If you can’t attend the Open House – please check back here between November 29 to December 20 to review the display boards and use the Survey and Q&A features to leave comments and ask questions. Your feedback will be incorporated into the overall project documentation.

To get project updates, you can join our mailing list by contacting the project leads listed on the right hand side of the page.

The process

We’re updating the 2008 Water and Wastewater Servicing Master Plan to ensure the City’s water distribution and wastewater collection infrastructure (pipes and sewers) continues to support the growing Guelph community now until 2051.

The update will:

  • Analyze the City’s current water and wastewater infrastructure.
  • Take into consideration Guelph’s projected population growth.
  • Define needed increases to the current system’s capacity.
  • Identify technological advances and opportunities for improving efficiency.
  • Address changes in government legislation.

This study is being carried out according to the Municipal Engineers Association Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (2011, as amended), which is an approved Class of Environmental Assessment under the Environmental Assessment Act. An environmental assessment will document the results from this study and will be made available for public review. At that time, residents, Indigenous communities, and other interested persons or groups will be informed of when and where the environmental assessment can be reviewed.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

Do you have any questions about the Water and Wastewater Servicing Master plan?  Please ask us here. We will do our best to answer your question in 5 business days or less. 

Page last updated: 29 Nov 2022, 03:43 PM