Engaging During and After COVID-19

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As per the City of Burlington's Community Engagement Charter, engaging the community on issues that affect their lives and their city is a key component of democratic society. Public involvement encourages participation, actions and personal responsibility. The goal of engagement is to lead to more informed and, therefore, better decision-making.

COVID-19 has forced everyone to pivot, and engaging with the community is no exception. The City, in order to continue to get input from the community is/has:

  • hosting virtual public and council meetings, workshops and town halls
  • telephone town halls
  • online surveys
  • used the engagement platform, Get Involved Burlington for surveys, polling, mapping, ideas and discussion forums

Looking to the future, the City would like to gather your ideas as to how we can continue to safely engage with the community once in-person opportunities are allowed. We'd also like to know the types of topics you're interested in.

If you'd like more information about the City of Burlington's response to COVID-19. visit the COVID-19 page.

As per the City of Burlington's Community Engagement Charter, engaging the community on issues that affect their lives and their city is a key component of democratic society. Public involvement encourages participation, actions and personal responsibility. The goal of engagement is to lead to more informed and, therefore, better decision-making.

COVID-19 has forced everyone to pivot, and engaging with the community is no exception. The City, in order to continue to get input from the community is/has:

  • hosting virtual public and council meetings, workshops and town halls
  • telephone town halls
  • online surveys
  • used the engagement platform, Get Involved Burlington for surveys, polling, mapping, ideas and discussion forums

Looking to the future, the City would like to gather your ideas as to how we can continue to safely engage with the community once in-person opportunities are allowed. We'd also like to know the types of topics you're interested in.

If you'd like more information about the City of Burlington's response to COVID-19. visit the COVID-19 page.

  • The City of Burlington wants to hear from residents about how they would like to participate in engagements led by the City and the types of topics they are interested in engaging on. 

    Please take this short survey to share your thoughts.

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