Community Safety and Well-Being Plan

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Everyone has a role to play in safety and well-being, and the City of Ottawa is seeking your feedback as we develop Ottawa’s Community Safety and Well-Being Plan.

The plan, which is required under the Province’s Safer Ontario Act, 2018, will outline strategies and actions to improve safety and well-being for everyone in Ottawa. But to ensure a successful plan, we’ll first need to hear from you about the best ways for residents, organizations and government to work together to address well-being and safety issues in our communities.

You’ll find lots of places on this site where you can

Everyone has a role to play in safety and well-being, and the City of Ottawa is seeking your feedback as we develop Ottawa’s Community Safety and Well-Being Plan.

The plan, which is required under the Province’s Safer Ontario Act, 2018, will outline strategies and actions to improve safety and well-being for everyone in Ottawa. But to ensure a successful plan, we’ll first need to hear from you about the best ways for residents, organizations and government to work together to address well-being and safety issues in our communities.

You’ll find lots of places on this site where you can learn about the new Community Safety and Well-Being Plan, and to provide feedback into the process. Please check out our new story feature which allows you to share your views and experiences for others to see. By sharing stories with each other, we all gain a better understanding as to why issues are important and what makes our city unique.

All City of Ottawa consultation meetings are cancelled as a precautionary measure to the COVID-19 pandemic. At this time, we will not circulate the Community Toolkit to hold your own small group discussion. We will make every effort to make this community resource available when safe to do so and based on the advice of our health professionals.

For more information and updates on the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) virus please visit the Ottawa Public Health website.

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    CLOSED: The survey is now closed 

    Please check out our new story feature which allows you to share your views and experiences for others to see. By sharing stories with each other, we all gain a better understanding as to why issues are important and what makes our city unique.

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    Welcome! Thank you for your interest in this survey. (Open for comment until the end of May)

    The Community Safety and Well-Being Plan is a community plan and every voice matters in this process.  The project team would like to hear from you about what is meaningful to your


    CLOSED: The survey is now closed 

    Please check out our new story feature which allows you to share your views and experiences for others to see. By sharing stories with each other, we all gain a better understanding as to why issues are important and what makes our city unique.

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    Welcome! Thank you for your interest in this survey. (Open for comment until the end of May)

    The Community Safety and Well-Being Plan is a community plan and every voice matters in this process.  The project team would like to hear from you about what is meaningful to your neighbourhood related to community safety and well-being.

    It will take about 15 minutes to complete the survey. Your participation in this survey is voluntary and all responses will be kept anonymous. The results will be summarized in a report to be shared with local stakeholders and posted on our website. The report will not include your open-ended responses or any information that could identify you, certain groups (e.g. certain ethnic groups) or organizations. Open-ended responses (e.g. comments) will not be shared publicly.


    If you have any questions about this survey or if you would like to request a paper copy, please contact the project team at CSWB/SBEC@ottawa.ca or 613-580-2424 ext. 42489.





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