Have your say
Your voice matters, and we want to hear from you again before City Council makes its final decision later this year.
You can post a question or comment anytime and we’ll announce open house events, a community survey, and other opportunities for feedback in the coming weeks.
Guelph’s top five priorities
Over the past year, customers in Guelph and Rockwood attended open houses, filled out surveys, submitted questions, and posted comments online.
Most people we talked to said these were the top five priorities to consider when reviewing options for Guelph Hydro:
We will continue treating Guelph Hydro employees with fairness and respect, and engage in open, honest communication with community and industry stakeholders.
Any plan to buy, sell or merge electricity utility assets must be approved by the Ontario Energy Board. A proposal must show it will not have an adverse effect on ratepayers based on the Board’s No Harm Test.