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City of Guelph wants to hear your thoughts on parking downtown

The City of Guelph is asking residents to participate in a 15-minute survey as staff work to develop the downtown parking master plan
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Have thoughts about parking in downtown Guelph? The City of Guelph wants to hear them.

The city is asking community members to take part in a survey about their experiences parking downtown, to determine how much parking is required and what steps should be taken in the future to address parking needs. 

It takes about 15 minutes to fill out, and will ask questions like what challenges you experience when parking downtown, what factors are important in regards to parking (availability, proximity, accessibility, etc.). 

The results of the survey will help to inform planning staff as they update the Downtown Parking Master Plan, a long-term study that considers parking needs based on future growth, changing circumstances and alternate funding models. 

After collecting data, in the summer staff plan to develop draft recommendations, identify short and long-term strategies, and prepare the master plan. 

On April 13, there will be a virtual presentation and a discussion about the study from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Participants can submit questions and comments, which will be read aloud by the facilitator and answered live. You can register for the presentation here

The survey will be available until April 24, and can be found here


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