May 28, 2019
The Neighbourhood Groups (NGs) are at the core of the GNSC. Each group represents a different area in Guelph and serves the local community, providing programs and resources for people in the neighbourhood. Each group is listed below with the areas served, office location, and contact information.
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Area Served: East of Victoria Rd., North of Eramosa Rd.
The Friendship Lane
35 Algonquin Dr.
Guelph, ON, N1E 3P2
Hours of Operation: Tuesday – Thursday, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (closed 12:00-1:00 pm for lunch)
Lynne Kloostra (Neighbourhood Support Worker)
Katie Davis (Parent Outreach Worker)
Nicole Hammond (Program Staff)
p: (519) 821-9243
f: (519) 821-7519
Area Served: Downtown Guelph
There is a new group of community members who are working on the formation of a new downtown neighbourhood group. Stayed tuned for more details and ways to contact the group.
If you are wanting to find our more about the downtown community garden please be in touch at: email@example.com
Exhibition Park Neighbourhood Group
Area Served: Speedvale Ave. to the North, Edinburgh Rd. to the East, Paisley Rd. to the South, The Speed River to the West
Area Served: Eramosa Rd. to the North, City limits to the East, Railway tracks north of Elizabeth Street to the South, Victoria Rd. to the West
Jen Terry (Neighbourhood Support Worker)
Cassandra Insell (Parent Outreach Worker)
Kennedy Dolby, Andrew Gillette, Hannah Pearson (Program Staff)
p: (519) 836-9427
Area Served: North – College Avenue, East – Gordon St. South – Ironwood including the streets off Ironwood and Kortright Rd. W., West – Hanlon Expressway
Community Meetings: We meet regularly as a group at Fred A Hamilton Public School — reach out for more information!
Area Served: Paisley Rd. in the North, Edinburgh Rd. in the East, Wellington St. in the South, Silvercreek Extension in the West
Jordan Delfs (Neighbourhood Support Worker)
Area Served: Downey and Niska Rd. from Hanlon to Waterfowl Park in the North, Hanlon Parkway to the East, Teal Dr. from Downey to Hanlon in the South, City Limits to the West
Leone Schadenberg (Neighbourhood Support Worker)
Nasim Chowdhury, Jolanta Rusiniak, & Emily Morneau (Program Staff)
Area Served: Woolwich Rd. to the West, Victoria Rd. to the East, Woodlawn Rd. to the north, The CP Rail Tracks above Paisley Rd. to the South
Waverley Drive Public School (Community Room 9)
140 Waverley Dr.
Guelph, ON, N1E 1H2
Caroline McCullough (Neighbourhood Support Worker)
Kennedy Dolby (Program Coordinator)
Area Served: Speedvale Avenue to the North, Hanlon Expressway to the East, Edinburgh Rd. to the West, Paisley Rd. to the South
Onward Willow Centre
15 Willow Rd., Unit K-45
Guelph, ON, N1H 1V7
Susie Stauffer (Neighbourhood Support Worker)
Shauna Brown (Neighbourhood Group Assistant)
Lori Jamieson (Neighbourhood Assistant — currently on leave)
Area Served: Paisley Rd. to the North, Hanlon Parkway to the East, Wellington St. to the South, City Limits or Whitelaw Rd. to the West
West End Community Centre
21 Imperial Rd. S.
Guelph, ON, N1K 1X3
Sally Belogus (Neighbourhood Support Worker)
Sarah Vincett (Neighbourhood Support Worker and Programmer)
Lindsay Duncan (Program Coordinator — currently on parental leave)
Area Served: West of Gordon Rd.; South and East of Edinburgh Rd; South of Kortright Rd.
Community Cookshares; Affordable Community Recreation Programs; Community gatherings; Special Events; and a six-week Summer Camp!
Area Served: North on Eramosa Rd. to Victoria Rd. N., then Sout-East down Victoria Rd. N., South-West across Grove St. over to Arthur St. N. then North-West to Eramosa Rd.
Area served: Elizabeth St. and Victoria Rd. West to the Speed River
Tytler Public School (Lower Level)
131 Ontario St.
Guelph, ON, N1E 3B3
Office Hours: Monday: 9 AM – 1 PM, Wednesday: 1 – 5 PM
Alisha Arnold (Neighbourhood Support Worker)
Maryann Sly Kensley (Parent Outreach Worker)
Lisa Conroy, Jen Britton (Program Staff)
For 2018 we have 2 groups who have been awarded Start Up grants through the GNSC (Sunnyacres NG and South End NG). These small grants are given to interested individuals/groups to create an event, a program, outreach and/or to gain interest in building a future leadership team that might lead to the creation of a Neighbourhood Group. If you are interested in hearing more from them and/or connecting with them here is their contact information: