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New Website for Citizens to Provide Public Input

By City Staff

The City of Sarnia has launched a new website, www.smartsarnia.com, to allow citizens to provide online feedback on City business.

The Planning Department and Clerk’s Department are currently active on this site, seeking public input.

Within the Planning Department, public feedback is being sought for the Kinsmen Centre, with opportunities for feedback on the Tree By-Law and Urban Plaza, coming soon. The new website includes various documents, maps and proposals to help inform the public of the options for future City planning decisions.

The Clerk’s Department’s is currently seeking feedback to be included in a   City’s Communications and Engagement Strategy.

In addition to traditional feedback methods, such as phone, in person, or by mail, the City of Sarnia is providing this online opportunity for citizens to engage in municipal decisions. 

This article was posted Wednesday, May 17, 2017 11:00 AM

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