Community Safety and Well Being Plan

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The City of Kingston is in the process of developing a Community Safety and Well-being Plan (CSWB) that will focus on a collaborative service delivery model that leverages the strengths of partners in the community. 

This plan will help define and address priorities in the community through proactive, integrated strategies that aim to ensure vulnerable populations receive the help they need from the providers that are best suited to support them. This plan, developed through guidance from a CSWB Advisory Committee with leaders from various sectors, will be submitted by the City of Kingston to the Ministry of the Solicitor General Community Safety later in 2021.


Community Safety & Well Being Plan Banner


The City of Kingston is in the process of developing a Community Safety and Well-being Plan (CSWB) that will focus on a collaborative service delivery model that leverages the strengths of partners in the community. 

This plan will help define and address priorities in the community through proactive, integrated strategies that aim to ensure vulnerable populations receive the help they need from the providers that are best suited to support them. This plan, developed through guidance from a CSWB Advisory Committee with leaders from various sectors, will be submitted by the City of Kingston to the Ministry of the Solicitor General Community Safety later in 2021.


  • Community Safety and Well-being Survey

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    26 Oct 2020

    One of the first step in this process is to gather insights from community members, based on your experiences and expertise. This input will help guide the development of the Community Safety and Well-being plan by assisting in the identification of priority areas to be addressed and helping to understand what is currently working well, what needs to be changed or improved and what might be missing.

    Please take a few minutes to respond to this short survey and share your experiences.

    Survey closes November 30 at 4 p.m.

    Take the survey


    Please Note:

    Due to a technical error, the fourth question of the Community Safety and Well Being Survey, Please check all the descriptions below that apply to you, was set to only receive one answer. If you already answered this question but feel that you would like to select more descriptions, please click here to re-answer that question so your supplementary input will be included. The current survey reflects the amended question and we apologize for any confusion.