The City of Prince George is conducting a survey to get public input on how it can best support non-profit groups that provide sports and recreation programs in the city.
Residents can take part in the city’s online Community Recreation and Well-being survey until Dec. 11.
“The Community Recreation (and) Well-being Survey is part of a comprehensive project to assess if changes to the current model of community support, which has not been reviewed since 1993, are required to help ensure residents can access the recreation and well-being services that are important to them,” said Chris Bone, city senior manager of strategic initiatives and partnerships.
“Information collected will help inform decisions about how the City can best allocate existing human and financial resources to help ensure community organizations receive the kinds of supports they need to remain viable and responsive.”
The city supports many non-profit organizations which provide a wide range of recreational and other services in the city.
To take the survey, go online to www.princegorge.ca/getinvolved.