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Halton Region looking for public input on 2019-2022 Strategic Business Plan

Photo by Nik MacMillan on Unsplash.
Photo by Nik MacMillan on Unsplash.

Halton Regional Council is currently undertaking a 2019-2022 Strategic Business Plan and we want to hear from residents to ensure the plan includes the priorities of our communities.

The plan is meant to set out Regional Council’s strategic priorities over our four-year term in office. Those priorities include planning and growth management; transportation and infrastructure; community well-being; environmental sustainability and climate change; and effective government.

The following is the planned rollout for public engagement:

  • April-May 2019 — Digital engagement through the Region’s website, OneHalton app and social media;
  • April 2019 — Community engagement;
  • May 2019 — Community stakeholder consultations

For more details, please click the link for feedback on Halton Region’s Strategic Business Plan Consultation Document.

The information received from this consultation processed will be collected, analyzed and incorporated into the 2019-2022 Strategic Business Plan, which will then come back to use at Regional Council in July 2019 for a full review.

To view the full Halton Region Report 2019-2022 Strategic Business Plan Consultation Process or the Halton Region Strategic Business Plan 2019-2022 DRAFT, please click the links.

1 thought on “Halton Region looking for public input on 2019-2022 Strategic Business Plan”

  1. Norman Johnston

    Serious thought needs to be given for a plan to merge the four municipalities’ Fire Services and Electricity Services in order to attain
    operating efficiencies and significant cost savings. If the current Regional Police Services and Regional Water Delivery Services work on a consolidated basis, why not the former public services too ?

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