The City of Windsor and County of Essex, in partnership with leaders from across multiple sectors, are launching a community survey and holding virtual public Zoom meetings in February and March 2021 for the development of a regional community safety and well-being plan.
Community safety and well-being plans recognize that today’s social issues are complex and must involve collaborative responses; all community members, levels of government and sectors have a role to play. These plans also work to build on existing community strengths and focus on proactive and preventative ways of dealing with identified risks.
Our plan’s goal is to create a community where everyone feels safe, has a sense of belonging, has access to services and opportunities, and can have their needs met across Windsor and the County of Essex.
The goal of these consultations is to hear from local residents from each municipality in the region to understand your community safety and well-being priorities and concerns. Engaging a diverse range of voices is critical to developing a plan that aligns with the best interests of all residents and reflects the unique needs of each of the eight municipalities.
Help us shape the plan by completing the online survey and registering for your community’s virtual public meeting!
The survey was available online and in print between February 10 and March 15, 2021. The survey is now closed. Thank you to all participants!
Virtual Town Halls
Virtual public meetings were held via Zoom for community members for each of the 8 municipalities of the region. Recordings of the presentation portion of the session can be found below:
Please contact 311 for general information.
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