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Town Of Caledon Launches Public Input Site

Submitted to Just Sayin' Caledon

The Town of Caledon is launching a new public input site called haveyoursaycaledon.ca, where residents and businesses can share opinions and ideas on important Town projects and programs.

“As we plan for the future, public input is absolutely vital to Council decision-making,” said Mayor Allan Thompson. “The pandemic has reinforced the need for new, innovative approaches to public engagement, and Have Your Say Caledon makes it easy and convenient for residents to provide input on a wide variety of projects.”

The new site is easy to use, accessible and mobile-friendly. There are several ways to share your ideas:  taking a poll or survey, using interactive maps, contributing to discussion forums, sharing photos and more.

“Have Your Say Caledon offers more opportunities for more people to engage with the Town on topics they’re interested in when it’s convenient for them,” said Catherine McLean, Director, Customer Service and Communications. “These changes are intended to enhance effective, meaningful community dialogue that can help inform decision-making.”

At the outset, the new website features four high-profile Town projects that are collecting public input:

  • 2022 Budget
    Planning is underway on next year’s municipal budget. Learn more
  • Bolton Community Improvement Plan
    The Town is seeking input on a new version of the Bolton CIP. Learn more
  • Caledon East Community Complex
    A major expansion of the CECC is currently under construction.  Learn more
  • “Future Caledon” Official Plan Review
    This multi-year project is updating the Town’s planning policies. Learn more

Residents are invited to visit the site and register to be informed of new topics that are open for input. Once registered, users can provide feedback and receive regular updates.

To access the site, visit haveyoursaycaledon.ca.

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