Here we go again. Winter weather is again threatening the serenity of our fair city, and City Hall's sent out a couple of warnings and advisories. Read all about it after the jump...
Guelph, ON, February 26, 2013 - According to Environment Canada, a significant weather front is moving towards Southwestern Ontario. The forecast predicts over 30 centimetres of snow accumulation for Guelph and area over the next 48 hours. Precipitation will likely fall as heavy snow or rain depending on the temperature.
Currently, the City is preparing for these weather conditions by applying anti-icing material to the arterial and collector roads. The City will employ its winter control team, and is planning to plow residential streets once 10 centimetres of snow has accumulated.
The City asks residents not to park on the streets for the next 48 hours in order for snow clearance operations to occur.
For general information about the City’s winter snow removal contact the Operations department at 519-837-5628 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Meanwhile...
Tonight’s long-term care workshop postponed
City to reschedule due to snowfall warning
GUELPH, ON, February 27, 2013 – Due to a local snowfall warning, tonight’s City Council workshop regarding long-term care home services has been postponed.
The City apologizes for any inconvenience, and will reschedule the workshop as soon as possible. The alternate date will be promoted in the City News pages of the Guelph Tribune, on Guelph’s Council and Committee meeting schedule at guelph.ca/meetings and on the City of Guelph’s social media networks.
Community members are invited to learn more about long-term care home services at guelph.ca/longtermcare.