Frequently asked questions
What are we trying to achieve?
We want to create spaces and opportunities for Wheatland County residents to share their thoughts and feedback on what is important for them over the next ten years.
Who are we asking to get involved?
All Wheatland County residents are invited to participate. We want to hear from the many different perspectives our County residents have to offer. We encourage you to share this opportunity with your friends, family, neighbours and colleagues.
Why this engagement process?
Our County and its residents are always undergoing change. Change in needs, change in experiences, change in priorities. Wheatland County decision-makers want to ensure that the Master Plan reflect the evolving priorities and preferences of residents. This engagement process provides an opportunity for us to listen to residents and collect their feedback to help inform our future plans.
When will this happen?
Participation for the project will start November 10 and will close November 29, 2020.
What will we do with your input and feedback?
Feedback and data gathered during this engagement process will be collected, compiled and shared with Wheatland County Council and the public.
What we are expecting from you? How long will it take?
We want to hear from you! How much input you give and how much time you want to spend doing it is entirely up to you. We are providing multiple ways for those who are interested to get involved. If you are curious about sharing your thoughts, check out our project webpages to find the opportunity that best works for you.
How can you get involved?
There are multiple ways you can get involved – just choose which way is best for you!
Check out our online survey. You can access it in the comfort of your own space and it only takes 10-15 minutes to share your thoughts.
- Looking for something quick and easy? Complete an online poll by visiting us on Facebook.
How will you keep me informed throughout the project?
At the end of the engagement session, Wheatland County will share a report on what we heard from residents throughout the engagement process. You can also visit our Facebook page or the website to learn more about engagement opportunities.