Surveys

Press release – The City of Burlington has entered into a partnership with the City of Hamilton to create the Bay Area Climate Change office under Mohawk’s Centre for Climate Change Management. We are looking for feedback on climate change priorities between the two communities through a survey. You can participate and learn more here.

Libraries, like our population, are constantly evolving. In order to ensure Burlington Public Library continues to offer the services, facilities, and programs that serve our customers, BPL wants to get your input! BPL wants to know how you use library facilities, what you like, and what you would like to see offered in libraries. Take …

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The City of Burlington is updating its sign bylaw and is asking residents to take a short, 3 minute survey. Feedback from the survey will be used to draft a new sign bylaw for consideration by city council later this year. The current sign bylaw was last updated in 2007 and since then, our city …

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Take the survey City staff are gathering feedback on a plan to keep older adults involved and active in the community. If you’re a resident 55 years of age or older, or you support someone who is, we’d like to hear about your needs and perspectives around leisure, transportation, civic participation, city communications, respect and …

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Jane’s Walk Become a Jane’s Walk Neighbourhood Connector: DATES: Three Tuesday evenings in a row: March 17, 24 and 31 TIME: 6 – 9 p.m. LOCATION: Burlington Public Library, 2331 New Street, Holland Room Food, honorarium and refreshments will be provided for all participants. Neighbourhood Connectors will be trained on hosting a Jane’s Walk, mapping local stories and community …

Volunteers: Janes Walk; Legion; Sound of Music; Burlington Best nominations; Seniors registration & survey; Strategic plan survey; Read More »