What a Day for a Parkade! City Opens New Facility with Fanfare

The new Market Parkade on Wilson Street opened with unusual fanfare Saturday morning as representatives of the City of Guelph, the Downtown Guelph Business Association, and the regualr crowds making their way to the Farmers’ Market took a few minutes to take in the ribbon-cutting of Guelph’s newest parking amenity. Continue reading “What a Day for a Parkade! City Opens New Facility with Fanfare”

Wilson Street, and the Parkade, Will Re-Open By the End of the Month

Downtown Guelph is just a weeks away from getting more parking spaces. After months of construction efforts, and years of waiting, the new Market Parkade on Wilson Street will official open on October 26 with festivities fit for the whole family, along with the reveal of  some City-sanctioned artwork. Continue reading “Wilson Street, and the Parkade, Will Re-Open By the End of the Month”

City Celebrates First New Parkade in [Emphasis] 30 Years!

30 years. If today’s groundbreaking of the Wilson Street Parkade was a drinking game, the key phrase would be “30 years”. In remarks before the groundbreaking, Mayor Cam Guthrie, Chief Administrative Office Derrick Thomson, and executive director of the Downtown Guelph Business Association Marty Williams wanted to make sure everybody knows that this is the first new parkade in the city’s core in 30 years. Continue reading “City Celebrates First New Parkade in [Emphasis] 30 Years!”

This Week in Press Releases – December 18-22, 2017

Every week, the City of Guelph and other groups send out notices to announce new events, imperatives, and information that you need to know. Here is this week in press releases. Continue reading “This Week in Press Releases – December 18-22, 2017”

City Ambitions Are Huge for the Wilson Street Parkade

Did you know that Downtown Guelph has a parking problem? It’s the worst kept secret in town, and the City’s trying to move quickly to do something about it. Today, city hall hosted the first of four public meetings to get feedback about the features residents would like to see incorporated into the new six-storey parking structure that will sit upon the lot across the road from 1 Carden Street. Continue reading “City Ambitions Are Huge for the Wilson Street Parkade”