City Communications Survey

The City of Orillia wants feedback to help shape its approach to community engagement and the communication of municipal news and information.

“Effective communication is essential to ensure residents are well informed about City services, programs, and decisions of Council. As the way we receive news and information continues to change, the City of Orillia is committed to ensuring its communication and engagement methods align with the preferences of our residents,” said Mayor Don McIsaac.

The Communications and Engagement Survey runs from March 11 to April 5. Hard copy versions are available at the Orillia City Centre and at the Orillia Public Library.

Results of the survey will inform staff about what communication and engagement tools are the most effective for residents and potential new ways we can connect with the community.

Individuals who complete the survey will be entered for a chance to win one of five month-long Fun Passes to the Orillia Recreation Centre.

Anyone requiring assistance completing the City of Orillia Communications and Engagement Survey can contact Melissa Gowanlock, manager of communications, at 705-418-3208.

(Photos by Swartz – SUNonline/Orillia)


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