Community Safety and Well-Being Plan: Have Your Say
The City wants to hear from you! - Phase 2 engagement
Everyone has a role to play in safety and well-being, and they want your feedback to continue to develop Ottawa’s Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) Plan. When we work effectively together as a community, we can address common priorities to ensure Ottawa is a safe, healthy, and vibrant community.
On October 28, 2020, City Council approved six local priorities that will be the focus of Ottawa’s first CSWB Plan: discrimination, marginalization & racism, financial security & poverty reduction, gender-based violence & violence against women, housing, integrated & simpler systems, and mental well-being.
The City is offering multiple engagement opportunities from January 18 to February 28 and they want your ideas!
This phase of community engagement will focus on gathering more detailed feedback to set strategic objectives, strategies and actions on each of the priorities. Details are available on the CSWB webpage and here is how you can participate:
Register to attend a City-led virtual community conversation meeting where you will discuss one of the CSWB priorities in a facilitated virtual session.
Participate in the CSWB online survey.
Join the conversation and add your suggestions to the online virtual forum.
Drop a pin and leave a comment on the online map feature. The City is gathering input of where residents and stakeholders experience gaps in services related to the CSWB priorities.
Host your own virtual meeting in your community using the CSWB Community Toolkit.
Residents and stakeholders can sign up for the CSWB newsletter to stay informed or can share their feedback with the project team at CSWB/SBEC@ottawa.ca or 613-580-2424, ext. 42489.