It's a chance to tell Kamloops bylaw what you think
January 19, 2017 - 11:30 AM
KAMLOOPS - The City of Kamloops is looking for your opinions on the bylaw service.
As part of a bylaw department review, the city is turning to its residents for thoughts on what the department is doing well, needs to improve and should prioritize.
Bylaw manager John Ramsey says the survey, the first in at least five years, will help guide how the department is structured, staffed and chooses priorities.
“I think any changes the department takes will come from the survey,” he says. “It’s really important we identify the tasks people want us to do.”
Administration will also be consulting with community stakeholders and councillors, but Ramsey says it’s essential residents give feedback.
“We don’t want to be predicting what people want,” he says. “Be honest with us; what we can improve upon, what we do well.”
The online survey will wrap up Feb. 3 and Ramsey expects the city will have the results later that month.
“We really just need to know what people want,” he says. “Honestly, I just want to know.”
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