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Town of Cobourg

Survey Home page – Engage Cobourg

equity diversityEquity, Diversion and Inclusion Strategy

Close date: Nov. 20

A draft policy has been written but a new Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee will be formed to advise Council on this matter. The goal of this engagement is to receive feedback from the public on the structure and mandate of this Committee - that is, its terms of reference.

multi year accessibility165Multi-Year Accessibility Plan 2020-2024

Close date: Nov. 12

The Town wants to collect input and insight into the public's perspective, determine priorities for accessibility in Cobourg for 2021 and inform the public on the accessibility projects that will be happening over the next 5 years. Comments will be taken into consideration for the final version and/or priority projects for 2021 and beyond.

lui surveyLakefront Utilities Inc.’s
2022-2026 Cost of Service Rate Application

Close Date: October 30

The Survey's Goal is to gather community feedback and insight on local electrical services, which will be considered in Lakefront Utilities Inc.’s 2022-2026 Cost of Service rate application.

Northumberland County

Survey Home Page – Join-in Northumberland

forestCounty Forest Master Plan

Close Date: November 6

The draft plan is now available for review and feedback. Objectives of the survey are to inform residents about the purpose of the Forest Master Plan and the objectives identified within the plan and gather feedback from residents and forest users about the draft plan..

asset managementAsset Management Survey

Close Date: November 6

The County is seeking community input about current levels of service for core assets such as County roads, bridges, culverts, retaining walls and storm sewers along with expectations for future maintenance and renewal. This input will help us to determine how best to prioritize limited infrastructure funding.

elgin parkElgin Park Re-development

Online Q & A: Oct. 15
Or Email comments

On October 15, 2020 from 5 to 7 p.m., N'land County and representatives from the project architect, Barry Bryan Associates (BBA), will host an online/telephone Question and Answer session to share updates on the status of the project with residents and to obtain feedback about the proposed design in order to inform the zoning application process.

official planNorthumberland Next: Official Plan Update

Launch & Q & A: Oct 28

Objectives: Inform residents of the process for updating the N'land County Official Plan; gather public input on land use planning priorities for Northumberland County; gather resident and stakeholder feedback.

The public consultation process will launch with a virtual public meeting on October 28, 2020 and additional opportunities for public engagement will continue in 2021.

archives museumNorthumberland County Archives and Museum

Close Date: July 31 - now closed

What does your local Archives and Museum mean to you? In preparation for the relocation of the Northumberland County Archives and Museum (NCAM) facility in 2022, our team would like to know more about what you want to see at your local Archives and Museum. In completing the survey, you will provide valuable insight for our Archives & Museum team which will help shape future NCAM services, programming, and exhibit space.

welfare surveyCommunity Safety and Well-being Plan

Close Date: July 31 - now closed

The County is inviting perspectives from across the community. Required under the Province’s Safer Ontario Act, 2018, this plan will outline actions for improving safety and well-being in our community. The goal is for residents and community partners to collectively address the root causes of crime and complex social issues by focusing on prevention methods that will improve quality of life for all.

HKPR District Health Unit

COVID 19Covid-19 survey

Close Date: Early Dec.

The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit is asking many questions in a newly launched COVID-19 survey that runs from October 29 until early December 2020. The confidential, anonymous survey is open to anyone 18 years of age and older who lives in Haliburton County, Northumberland County, and the City of Kawartha Lakes. The survey takes 15-20 minutes.

Full announcement from HKPR here.