City hosts York Road environmental design study open house
Guelph, ON, February 16, 2016—The City is hosting an open house at City Hall on February 23 to share information about the in-depth study of the York Road environment that is now underway.
The York Road Environmental Design Study is part of plans to improve the York Road corridor, which includes widening the road from two to four lanes and adding sidewalks and bike lanes. The study looks at all aspects of the local environment—natural, physical and social—with the goal of a design that will have minimal impacts on the natural and cultural heritage features in the area.
The open house will provide an overview of the York Road Environmental Design Study, including scope and objectives, background information, and concepts for changes to Clythe Creek and the roadway.
Community members are welcome to drop in anytime during the two–hour open house to learn more about the project and ask questions.
City Hall, 1 Carden Street, Guelph
Community Room 112
Tuesday, February 23
Community members who want to stay informed throughout the study can contact the study team. For contact information and more details about the project, visit guelph.ca/yorkeds.
For more information:
Arun Hindupur, Infrastructure Planning Engineer
Engineering and Capital Infrastructure Services
519-822-1260 extension 2282