Regina extending Community Safety and Well-being survey

The City of Regina has extended its Community Safety and Well-being survey from March 31st until April 16th.

With that the City is launching a new online activity to learn about spaces residents find safe and good for their well being.

The survey explores current perceptions of community safety and well-being as part of a collective approach to issues such as poverty and inequality , along with the development and growth of of services for those battling mental illness, addictions issues and homelessness.

In a news release the City says visit their website to complete the survey or participate in the ‘Places I love Activity”

The final report on the City’s CWSB plan is scheduled to be presented to City Council in September.

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