Vaughan seeking community input about sustainability

November 16, 2017 by  

The city of Vaughan has planned an event that will give members of the public a chance to have their say when it comes to sustainability.

This fall, a public session will be held that will be interactive and give the residents who attend the function an opportunity to share their ideas and concerns, and also to ask any questions they might have. The city noted that the public’s engagement is an important part of crafting policies related to environmental sustainability in the community. Wide format printing can be used to create visual materials, banners, posters and other large items that can be used during a town hall style session like this.

A variety of topics are on the agenda for discussion, including how to reduce waste, adding new urban green spaces, infrastructure, transportation, and climate change. Along with these, there will be many other areas that will be talked about, and the information and feedback session will be driven by those who attend. The organizers noted that one of the goals of the evening is to find innovative ways of helping the city to go a little bit greener. All residents are welcome.

This free function will be taking place on November 29 at 2141 Major Mackenzie Drive. Anyone who would like more information has been asked to contact or visit the city’s website.