Engagement during COVID-19

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As the City of Kingston moves through this global pandemic and explores options for how we do the regular day-to-day business of the City.

There are conversations about how we receive input from residents on projects, policies and initiatives.

In mid-March the City of Kingston cancelled in-person public engagement on projects, policies and initiatives.

As we continue to receive our provincial and federal updates, it is apparent that maintaining physical distancing is going to be with us for a while. As we consider these impacts the City needs to consider how we continue to work within our Public Engagement Framework and continue to deliver public engagement virtually.

There are several projects that the City had planned to engage on during 2020. As we restart our engagement efforts we want your input. Please take a few minutes to answer the questions below or offer an idea.



As the City of Kingston moves through this global pandemic and explores options for how we do the regular day-to-day business of the City.

There are conversations about how we receive input from residents on projects, policies and initiatives.

In mid-March the City of Kingston cancelled in-person public engagement on projects, policies and initiatives.

As we continue to receive our provincial and federal updates, it is apparent that maintaining physical distancing is going to be with us for a while. As we consider these impacts the City needs to consider how we continue to work within our Public Engagement Framework and continue to deliver public engagement virtually.

There are several projects that the City had planned to engage on during 2020. As we restart our engagement efforts we want your input. Please take a few minutes to answer the questions below or offer an idea.