Moose Jaw seeks residents’ input for cultural plan survey

The city of Moose Jaw is asking residents to take a short survey to contribute towards the development of that city’s cultural action plan.
Input will help create the vision, goals and strategies the city will use.
“The survey is… part of the overall development of our cultural action plan for the city,” said Derek Blais with the city’s parks and recreation department. “It’s a process that began in 2021 with the research phase, and now we’re into the engagement phase of developing a plan.”
Blais said they’re engaging the community on what culture means to them.
“What the action plan is going to do is give us some real tangible, actionable items that we can implement as a community to highlight and but also some areas to improve in different areas as well,” Blais said.
The city said the survey will take 15-20 minutes to complete.  Results may be shared with the community but all participants’ identities will be protected.
The survey can be completed online, or if you’re a Moose Jaw resident, you can go to Moose Jaw city hall to pick up a paper copy and send it in.
Community engagement on long and short term goals is taking place in this phase, while later phases will have development (2023)  and implementation and evaluation (2023/24).
The survey will be active until Sept. 2.
While the survey is online, and is available through the Moose Jaw app, there is a chance to complete a paper copy by going to Moose Jaw City Hall or by emailing them at [email protected]

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