Town of Cobourg
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Stormwater Management Funding Assessment
Opened 12 May 2022
Closes May 26
Stormwater management is also a form of wastewater treatment, whereby rain water and snowmelt runs off across dirty roads and properties, into a stormwater pond to settle out contaminants before being released to our creeks and drinking water source, Lake Ontario. The costs for Cobourg's stormwater management are currently funded through the tax levy but Council is considering changing that to dedicated funding sources similar to the full cost recovery system that is in place for water and wastewater assets in Cobourg. This project is to inform and receive feedback and questions from residents. Feedback is via a Forum or email to staff (No Q & A survey).
Integrated Community Sustainability Plan – Phase 2
Opened 29 April 2022
Closes June 1, 2022
Phase 2 takes public engagement one step further and includes workshops as well as a new survey which asks for opinions on what you want and not multi-choice questions. The intent is to provide information to the public about the plan and to collaboratively develop a vision and set of objectives for sustainability in Cobourg through community feedback.
Name Our Painted Picnic Table Program
Opened: May 17, 2022
Closes: June 10
The Town of Cobourg is looking for a creative new name for our Painted Picnic Table program. Submit your thoughts through the survey or leave a comment on the Town’s Facebook page
Once all submissions have been received, a panel, consisting of Town staff and Councillor Adam Bureau, Coordinator of Arts, Culture and Tourism will select the final name. These tables help to beautify and transform our downtown area by adding 10 colourful, unique displays handcrafted by local talent.
Former Brookside Youth Detention Centre Site
Opened 3 February 2022
No close date
The Brookside property is now available for the Town to buy and a "survey" is being held to see what citizens think of this idea. The public is invited to share their comments to Council and Town staff through this public engagement site. The public engagement objective is to gather feedback from residents and to provide updates to the community throughout this long-term process. There is no actual survey - just a forum. Go here.
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County 2023 Budget Survey
Opened 5 May 2022
Closes May 31
Northumberland County Council and staff are seeking feedback from residents, business owners and community partners about priority areas of focus for the County's current and long-term financial plans. Feedback collected through the consultation process will be compiled into a report and shared with the Finance & Audit Committee in July 5, 2022, and then shared at the July 20, 2022 meeting of County Council.
No other surveys