The City of Winnipeg wants input from the public on planning for upcoming 2015 budget consultations.
An online survey has been launched to help design how citizens, city council and the public service will be engaged in this process.
“In the coming months there will be opportunities to talk about what city services and infrastructure mean to you in-person, at events and festivals and online to ensure that Winnipeggers in all parts of the city have a meaningful opportunity to get involved and share their views,” the city said in a release.
Dialogue Partners has been chosen by the city as a neutral third party to plan, facilitate and report on the consultation, in order to ensure that all voices are heard.
The survey will be available until Sunday, April 20.