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Public surveys for the Town of Halton Hills

Public surveys for the Town of Halton Hills

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    The Neighbourhood Activator was a new position that brought staff to local parks to organize activities during the summer months. Feedback was very positive, and many families and kids were able to take part over the summer. Please take a moment to share suggestions and recommendations for programming as we into the fall and winter months. 

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    Thank you for attending the Affordable House virtual open house on March 4, 2021. Please provide your assessment of the event by taking this brief survey.

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    Thank you for attending the Glen Williams Secondary Plan Review virtual open house on October 28, 2020. Please provide your assessment of the event by taking this brief survey.

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    Thank you for attending the EmployHH: Premier Gateway Phase 2B Employment Area Secondary Plan virtual open house on November 16, 2020. Please provide your assessment of the event by taking this brief survey.

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    Similar to other communities in Ontario, Halton Hills experienced an outbreak of Lymantria Dispar Dispar (LDD) moths (gypsy moths) on trees, in 2021. To understand the depth of this outbreak, the Town is conducting a survey to get feedback from residents who noticed LDDs on trees on their property, in woodlots, roads, parks, or cemeteries.

    The caterpillar of this insect tends to prefer all species of oak, but will also feed on poplar, birch, willow, maple, beech, and cherry. If faced with a shortage of deciduous leaves, they will feed on conifers (hemlock, pine and spruce) and ornamental shrubs. Healthy trees can usually withstand losing their leaves for a few years, but several years of defoliation can weaken and even kill vulnerable trees. 

    Most of the trees in Halton Hills are on private land, however we are interested in identifying all areas that have been impacted by LDD. The results of this survey will shape the recommendations put forth to Council later in 2021.

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  • Thank you for participating in the Picture Perfect Products, a Small Business Week initiative hosted by the Town of Halton Hills’ Economic Development, Innovation and Culture Division and the Halton Hills Public Library. 

    We hope that the product space and equipment were helpful for your business development and we look forward to providing additional opportunities to meet the needs of local entrepreneurs. 

    To support the Town’s future initiatives related to business support, we kindly ask that you complete this brief survey.

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  • Dear Walk & Talk Member,

    Thank you for participating in our Walk & Talk program, which was new for 2021. We value your thoughts on what you liked and what could be improved. Your answers here will help us guide future program decisions. 

    ~ Town of Halton Hills Recreation Team 

     

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