Maple Ridge culture survey closes Sunday

City hall asking for public feedback for 10-year plan

Culture is about who we are and how we live, and the city is asking residents for information about Maple Ridge culture.

The city is developing a 10-year cultural plan and five-year tourism strategy. These are designed to guide the city and community’s role and investment in cultural services and tourism marketing and development over the next decade.

The city is seeking input from a wide range of people who live, work and play in Maple Ridge on what types of culture and tourism amenities they currently participate in, and what should the city make a priority for cultural and tourism investment.

“We need your help to shape direction and priorities for the future to build a vibrant community,” said a city press release.

The survey ends on Sunday, June 11.

The city asks social media users to help to circulate widely to friends, family, colleagues and others. More information can be found on the city website and questions can be submitted via email to submissions@mapleridge.ca.

Click here to complete the Ten Year Cultural Plan Survey

There will be a Cultural Champions Summit on Monday, June 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the ACT Arts Centre. The Cultural Plan Task Group invites everyone to the summit to find out what the city has heard about the state of culture in Maple Ridge and vision for the future. Please RSVP by email to submissions@mapleridge.ca

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