Richmond residents who have ideas on how the community can improve its wellness and thrive are invited to participate in another round of consultation for the city’s Community Wellness Strategy.
While the draft version of the wellness strategy for 2018-2023 was adopted by city council in May, the City of Richmond is now seeking further input through an online survey or open house.
“Over 1,000 individuals participated in the first round of public consultation with this second round being undertaken to ensure that the right steps are being considered to improve wellness opportunities for Richmond residents,” said Mayor Malcolm Brodie in a press release.
“We encourage residents to continue to let us know what they need to feel healthy, happy and connected to their community.”
This five-year plan is the result of a partnership between the City of Richmond, Vancouver Coastal Health and the Richmond School District.
Richmond residents can provide feedback at one of the following drop-in open houses:
- Wednesday, June 13, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Brighouse library branch, 100 7700 Minoru Gate
- Saturday, June 16, 1 to 4 p.m. at Minoru Place Activity Centre, 7660 Minoru Gate
Feedback can also be given online at LetsTalkRichmond.ca.