Brief: City seeks public input on communication, engagement

The City of Revelstoke is asking locals to fill out an online survey to help inform a new communication and engagement plan.

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Revelstoke City Hall. Revelstoke's living wage has decreased slightly for 2019 according to the Living Wage for Families BC Campaign. Photo: Revelstoke Mountaineer file photo

The City of Revelstoke is giving locals an opportunity to provide input into how city-related information is communicated to the public.

In a statement, the city said they are asking locals about what they want to hear from city hall, and how best to deliver that information. Information gathered from the survey will help inform a new communication and engagement plan, provide the city with information on how they can improve public communication, and set a benchmark for future evalutations.

“Clear and effective communication and engagement is a top priority,” said Mayor Gary Sulz. “We hope residents and business owners take the time to tell us what’s important to them through this survey.”

The survey is available online here (paper copies are available at city hall). The survey closes May 17. Results of the survey will be unveiled later this spring.

 

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