How can we improve?
(Municipal services in your community)
Whether it’s the roads, sewers, waterlines, sidewalks, parks, pool, fire services, or community programs offered by the Town of Peace River, we know you have opinions. That’s why we’re asking for your thoughts on municipal services, specifically, we’re interested in what’s working for you, and where you see a need for improvement.
This is why we’re hosting four upcoming community meetings. We’re looking to build opportunities to hear directly from residents. Members of Town Council as well as senior staff members will be there to answer questions you might have.
To get as specific as possible, each meeting will be geared towards a particular geographic section of town. This is so we can discuss highly localized issues with residents.
May 24 – Every neighbourhood north of Highway Two on the east bank, including Cool Springs.
May 31 – Every neighbourhood south of Highway Two on the east bank, including Downtown.
June 7 – Includes Shaftesbury Estates, Rosedale, Lower and Upper West Peace, Misery Mountain, the Pines and Terrace Court.
June 14 – Includes Westbrook, Saddleback, Cheviot Heights.
ALL meetings are drop-in taking place at Athabasca Hall from 7pm to 9pm each night listed above.
How to be heard
1. Attend one of the community meetings,
2. Fill out the survey, and bring it to a meeting or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.