The projects listed below are currently ongoing within the Township of Puslinch.
Recreation and Parks Master Plan
The Township of Puslinch has prepared a Master Plan to guide the development of recreation and parks facilities and programs over the next 10 years.
The Master Plan is a balance between the needs and desires of the public and the realities of implementation – the end result being a Plan that meets the highest priority needs of Township’s present and future populations.
Feasibility Study for Municipal Water and Sewage Servicing
The Township of Puslinch has initiated a Feasibility Study to assess the viability of implementing municipal water and sewage services within key areas of the Township.
The Study Area Map shows the key areas to be considered in the Feasibility Study for municipal servicing.
Get more information about the study, the questionnaire that was conducted, and an overview of those results.
Study Area Map
Additional Study Documents
Municipal Servicing Public Information Centre, March 22, 2018
The Township of Puslinch hosted a Public Information Centre to allow interested persons to learn more about the study and the water and sewage servicing options that are being considered in the study. The Public Information Centre was held on Thursday, March 22nd, 2018.
Meeting Regarding Feasibility Study, June 20, 2018
Township Council considered the Feasibility Study at its meeting on June 20, 2018.
The Council Resolutions can be seen here.
Addendum to the Feasibility Study for Municipal Water and Sewage Servicing, June 24, 2019
An invitation to review and provide comments on a long-term vision for Puslinch Municipal Water and Wastewater Services was presented. Consideration was being given to the provision of municipal water and wastewater servicing for Industrial and Commercial users only, within the Aberfoyle community. A Draft Addendum Document was made available on the Township’s website on May 31, 2019. A Public Open House was held on June 24th, 2019 at the Puslinch Community Centre for all property Owners, including residential properties, to review the initial findings of the Study.
An information package was provided to those individuals who attended the meeting on June 24th. Comments and feedback to the Township was due no later than July 12, 2019.
For more information about the Feasibility Study for Municipal Water and Wastewater Services, please contact:
Stuart Winchester, P. Eng, Project Manager
101 Frederick Street, Suite 900
Kitchener, ON N2H 6R2
519-772-2299 ext. 6202
Karen Landry, CAO/Clerk
Township of Puslinch
7404 Wellington Road 34
Puslinch, ON N0B 2J0
519-763-1226 ext. 214
Scoped Study Area
Comprehensive Zoning By-law Project
The Township of Puslinch was subject to Zoning By-law 19/85, which was dated and had been subject to numerous site-specific amendments over the years. Therefore, in order to implement new tools and create a more contemporary regulatory document, the Township initiated a new Comprehensive Zoning By-law Project.
Zoning By-law Comment Table
The following table shows how all comments relating to the Zoning By-law throughout the process have been addressed.
The Puslinch Forward Draft Discussion Paper
Prepared by Stantec and MLS Planning Consultants, this paper consolidates Phases 1-3 of the project and reviews the planning context and key background documents. It also identifies sets of possible options for a new Zoning By-law.
We invite you to review the Draft Discussion Paper found here: Township of Puslinch Comprehensive By-law Project Draft Discussion Paper, January 2017