The City’s tree inventory map now includes more information about the health of Guelph’s urban forest. Using GIS technology, the City captures tree inspections results in the map; the information is centralized and can be shared with several departments. This helps the City understand the overall health of Guelph’s urban forest, prioritize tree-related work and prevent tree hazards. More than 1,100 tree evaluations were completed in 2020, and the lessons learned will be applied to other forestry-related work to further streamline communication, reduce redundancy, and make it easier to protect and enhance Guelph’s urban forest.
- Tree inventory map
- 2020 Annual Report: Waste Resource Innovation Centre
- 2020 Annual Report: Water Services
- 2019 sustainability report
- 2018 energy and greenhouse gas emissions