Richmond looks to connect with Community Services users
28 October 2016
The Deadline has been extended to Sunday, November 27, 2016 at 11:59 p.m.
Do you go online to look for skating, swimming and fitness schedules? Do you use the printed Parks, Recreation and Culture Guide, the online version or something completely different to find the information you need? Would you like to use other convenient tools to find information about City programs and services? If so, the City of Richmond wants to hear from you.
“We want to know how our customers are finding information about Community Services programs, facilities, and services that interest them: what is working, what isn’t and how we can make improvements,” said Mayor Malcolm Brodie. “To improve the way those who live, work or play in Richmond find or receive information, we are undertaking an evaluation of our Community Services marketing and promotional tools.”
Receiving as many responses as possible from the community is important to ensure that future marketing and communications reflect the community’s needs and preferences. As such, the community is encouraged to complete the survey which can be found at LetsTalkRichmond.ca. The survey is available until Sunday, November 20, 2016 and should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.
All responses will be kept strictly confidential. Individual responses will only be used in combination with the responses of others – they will not be linked to anyone’s identity.
The City of Richmond works in partnership with many community organizations to deliver a wide range of programs and services year round, all of which contribute positively to the quality of life for Richmond residents.