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The City of Guelph is inviting input as it updates the Water Supply Master Plan, the long-term plan for ensuring the drinking water sources and services are sustainable with expected growth of the community.
The master plan update includes reviewing current drinking water sources and identifying options for more sources until 2051.
An open house was held in February 2020 and input has been incorporated into the plan
Staff is planning a virtual open house on Sept. 29 from 6:30 to 8:39 p.m., to explain Guelph’s Water Supply Master Plan, “our current drinking water sources, our expected needs to 2051 and our recommendations for meeting them, what the next steps are,” says a city statement. This live, virtual open house includes a presentation and an opportunity to ask questions.
To register for this live, virtual event, provide your name, email address and telephone number (if you are joining by telephone only) to Tracey McKenna at email@example.com or (416) 605-6678.
The link to the live event will also be posted at haveyoursay.guelph.ca/wsmp the day of the open house.