The City wants to hear about the community safety and well-being issues that matter most to you and are asking all residents to assist in shaping the new Community Safety and Well-Being Plan.
The plan will outline strategies and actions aimed at fostering inclusive communities, where everyone in Ottawa feels safe, and supported by a robust social safety net.
Public input is being sought on crime and safety, including the root causes of these issues, examining factors such as education, health care, food, housing, income and social and cultural expression. The final Community Safety and Well-Being Plan will be presented by city staff to the Community and Protective Services Committee and City Council in the fall of 2020.
You can register to attend an in-person public-engagement session in Kanata. Space is limited, so please register early. Sessions run from 6:30 to 8:30 pm and doors open at 6 pm. The session is being held at the Kanata Recreation Complex (Hall A) at 100 Charlie Rogers Place in Kanata on Thursday, March 26.
If you are not able to attend the session, you can find more information on the Community Safety and Well-Being Plan online. Residents will be able to provide input through an online survey starting March 3 at Ottawa.ca/CSWBP until Friday, April 3.
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