Architectural Conservancy of Ontario

Site: Guelph and Wellington Branch

Contact Information
Alternate Name ACO ; ACO-GW ; Guelph Heritage Foundation
Social Media Facebook
Primary Contact Susan Ratcliffe, President; Phone: 519-822-8236 * 519-831-0995; Email:
Alternate Contact David Knight, Social Media Coordinator
Primary Executive Susan Ratcliffe, Guelph Public Library
Located In Community Guelph
Mailing Address c/o Susan Ratcliffe 
PO Box 886 
Guelph, ON N1H 6M6
Physical Access Partially Accessible - some meeting locations may not be accessible - call for information
Description & Services
Description (Agency) Advocacy for and education about heritage and cultural landscapes.
Description (Service) Promotes and participates in the preservation of buildings, structures, neighbourhoods, cultural landscapes and natural areas that have architectural or cultural significance in the City of Guelph or County of Wellington * offers related education, events, workshops, fundraising and recognition programs
Hours Lectures on third Wed of each month 7 pm, Sep-Jun * location and topic announced in local news media and on website
Areas Served Guelph ; Wellington County
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Complete and mail application form available on Architectural Conservancy of Ontario website
Languages English
Fees Membership - Annually - $12 full-time students, $35 for individuals, $40 for families, $60 for business ; Program - $5 per meeting for non-members
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 2006
Funding Donations ; Fees
Print Material Bi Annual Newsletter - Guelph and Wellington Heritage News 
The ACORN - provincial ACO magazine
Resources The Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (ACO) has been involved in preserving Ontario's architectural and environmental heritage since 1933. Operates through a network of autonomous local branches in communities across Ontario, linked by a co-ordinating office in Toronto, and governed by a Board of Directors and Provincial Council.
Service Categories Historic Preservation