Norfolk County is giving a final push to have you provide feedback about the future of our local economy.
Around 700 people have filled out these critical online surveys, with a cut of date of September 4th.
After that day, information will be gathered to be put towards Norfolk’s Economic Development Strategy Review.
Director of Tourism and Economic Development Clark Hoskin says this survey will help shape the future, and a few minutes of your time back make a big difference.
Each survey takes around 7 minutes.
The one survey asks crucial questions like what are the strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities within the Norfolk County economy.
A second survey asks for feedback on the communitys readiness to respond to opportunity.
Results of both surveys will be shared with participants attending roundtable gatherings later this fall and recommendations from this survey and these meetings coming before council in 2019.
You can access the survey by going to norfolkbusiness.ca/strategy
September 20th – Delhi
September 27th – Waterford
October 3rd – Power Rowan
Dates for Simcoe and Port Dover will be announced soon.
The location of each meeting was not released at this time.
Sector round tables will also be held for Young Professionals and Youth on October 23 and Agriculture on October 25.
Dates for Tourism, Manufacturing and Emerging Economies will be announced soon.