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Final Day To Take Part In City Of Campbell River’s Community Safety Survey

Wednesday, May 15, 2024 at 7:22 AM

By Jay Herrington

(PHOTO City of Campbell River - Local Government Facebook)

It’s the last day to take part in a survey as the City of Campbell River works to create an overall safer community.

The City has partnered with the Canadian Centre for Safer Communities to develop a Community Safety and Well-being Plan.

The initiative aims to create a vision and actionable plan that enhances safety, sense of safety, and overall well-being within the community.

Mayor Kermit Dahl says the plan will allow them to move forward on strategic, informed action to reduce crime, provide necessary supports, and make Campbell River a livable and walkable city for all.

Results from the survey will help assess the current state of community safety and  identify areas for improvement.

The plan will be developed throughout the year and is expected to be finalized by December.

To take part in the survey, visit City of Campbell River.

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The word "éy7á7juuthem" means “Language of our People” and is the ancestral tongue of the Homalco, Tla’amin, Klahoose and K’ómoks First Nations, with dialectic differences in each community.

It is pronounced "eye-ya-jooth-hem."