THUNDER BAY – Did you share your views with the City of Thunder Bay on City Programs and Services?
- Do you have a view on the condition and upkeep on roads?
- A view on parks, pools, and the Centennial Conservatory?
Now is your chance for the next while to let City Administration know your views: The deadline to submit input on City programs and services has been extended to May 18, 12 pm.
For more information, and to fill out the survey, visit: www.thunderbay.ca/GetInvolved
The survey, produced by Grant Thorton, is a part of an overall City Program & Services Review currently underway. With valuable resident input collected to date, including close to 500 submissions through the live survey, Grant Thorton is extending the survey deadline to provide even greater opportunity for all to participate.
The survey, launched on April 27, is part of Phase Two of the Review. Residents are encouraged to take part and engage in the process to help determine:
- What is working well and what would you like to change regarding specific services?
- What is your opinion on the number of various facilities as well as the value they bring to the City and the impact it has on quality of life?