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Grey County wants to residents to weigh-in on regional services

County asks how residents would like to get important information, submit feedback, and what services are of the greatest interest
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Residents of The Blue Mountains and Grey Highlands have an opportunity to express their thoughts about the services offered by Grey County.

This week, Grey County announced it is in the process of updating its action plan that guides how county staff inform and connect with residents, businesses and visitors.

As part of this process, the County is seeking public feedback through a two-minute survey found at the county website here.

“Municipal government is the closest to the people and it’s important for Grey County to have clear and timely communication about the programs and services we provide to residents, businesses and visitors,” said Grey County Warden Selwyn ‘Buck’ Hicks. “The ways we communicate are always evolving. To be effective we need to hear from the community to understand how we can best share our news, and how we can listen to their needs and opinions.”

The survey looks for insight on several critical areas such as:

  • How the public would like to receive important information and updates from the County
  • How the public would like to provide feedback to the County
  • What County services are of the greatest interest

Printed surveys are available at the Grey Roots Museum and Grey County Administration Building. Those interested in having a survey at another location are encouraged to contact: communications@grey.ca or call 519-372-0219 ext.1235.   

As a thanks for sharing their thoughts, participants can enter to win one of two $50 VISA gift cards. The survey closes at midnight on May 9 and two winners will be drawn from accumulated entries on May 11.


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About the Author: Chris Fell, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

Chris Fell covers The Blue Mountains and Grey Highlands under the Local Journalism Initiative, which is funded by the Government of Canada
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