Close to 300 people took part in the Township’s public engagement open houses last week, or less than one per cent of residents.
Interactive drop-in events were held Oct. 20, 22 and 24 at various locations to give residents a chance to express their views on Township policies, planning and procedures.
“When it comes to managing growth and planning our neighbourhoods, people have many different viewpoints, all of which are valuable, and we want to ensure everyone has a chance to be heard,” said Mayor Jack Froese.
Input from the open houses and feedback received by the Mayor’s Standing Committee on Public Engagement will help shape Township polices and procedures.
More information on the committee is available at tol.ca/engagetol.