The City of Brampton is looking for public input in its quest to develop a Culture Master Plan.
An online survey has been launched that will gather information about how residents are involved in the arts and culture in the city as well as gauging participation levels. The results will be used in combination with other outreach programs to help create the Culture Master Plan which will be used to guide city delivered services for the next 10 years. The plan is expected to be completed by the end of June.
“Arts and culture create jobs, drive economies and are a $28.5 billion industry,” said Mayor Linda Jeffrey. “I encourage all our residents to get involved and participate in the creations and supports of our very first Culture Master Plan.”
The survey can be taken by going to www.brampton.ca/culturemasterplan.