The City of Guelph invites the public to have their say on the Wilson Street Parkade planned to be built in 2017.
Two public consultation sessions are planned on Thursday, April 21 and Tuesday April 26th at City Hall to receive input on Wilson Street and parkade features and design.
The Wilson Street parking project includes the following components:
- Building a parkade in the Wilson Street parking lot, located at the southwest corner of Wilson Street and Carden Street. The parkade will have a minimum of 350 parking spaces and be a maximum of six levels tall.
- Upgrading Wilson Street from Gordon /Norfolk Street to Macdonell Street. This work will include:
- Sidewalk upgrades;
- Adding bike lane(s);
- Watermain, sanitary and storm sewers replacement;
- Potential redesign of on-street parking along Wilson Street; and
- Creating a pedestrian island on Macdonell Street across from Wilson Street
- Replacing the aging pedestrian bridge over Norfolk Street, located between Waterloo Avenue/Wilson Street and Macdonell Street.
Wilson Street construction is tentatively scheduled to begin in October-November 2016 with Wilson Street parkade construction to run from December 2016-December 2017 pending Council approval.
For more information, please visit the Wilson Street Reconstruction Page here.
- Wilson Street Conceptual Design -2009 (PDF)
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- What used to be on Wilson Street Parking Lot? (Vintage Guelph)