City seeking input with new community survey

City of Revelstoke seeking input on Integrated Community Sustainability Plan with new community survey.

The City of Revelstoke is conducting a new community survey that will guide decisions by local organizations and the City in the future.

The survey asks questions about life in the community now and in the future. It can be filled out online at fluidsurveys.com/s/2012-revelstokecommunitysurvey or by picking up a copy at Cooper’s Foods, Southside Grocery, city hall, the community centre and the business centre.

The survey is of the first steps in developing Revelstoke’s Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP). The plan encourages the community to create a long-term, sustainable path for its future.

It will provide a framework for prioritizing actions to meet current needs while still planning for the needs of future generations.

The plan follows on other Revelstoke community documents, including the 1994 Community Vision, 2001 and 2006 Community Development Actions Plans, and the Official Community Plan.

A steering committee is directing the project.

You can win a $600 prize by filling out the survey.

 

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