Let's talk about improving our downtown

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In response to concerns related to social challenges in the city’s downtown core that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, in August 2021, Brantford City Council appointed a new Downtown Brantford Improvement Task Force (DBITF) to focus on developing actions that the City and community partners will collectively implement to improve the health, vitality and resiliency of the heart of our city. DBITF’s primary objective is to develop a Downtown Improvement Action Plan that is informed by public feedback.

We want to hear from you

Whether you live, work, study or spend time recreationally in the City’s downtown core, we recognize that you may have an opinion on what the City and community agencies and organizations should be focusing on, both in the short and long-term, to help improve experiences in the City’s downtown.

Please use the Forum, Survey, and Questions tools below to share your constructive feedback. We would greatly appreciate your respectful, useful input to help us identify where and how resources should be assigned in order of priority.

Should you wish to provide your feedback in the form of a written email or letter, please email your input to communications@brantford.ca.

Virtual Community Town Halls
In addition to the feedback tools below, we also invite you to attend one of two upcoming Virtual Town Halls focusing on the City's downtown on Tuesday October 19th at 2:30 p.m. or 6 p.m. Click on the town hall of your choice to register to speak or ask a question.

Register to speak or ask a question on Tuesday October 19th – 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Register to speak or ask a question on Tuesday October 19th – 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

When it’s time, watch live on the City’s YouTube channel on October 19th

We value your respectful and constructive feedback.

In response to concerns related to social challenges in the city’s downtown core that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, in August 2021, Brantford City Council appointed a new Downtown Brantford Improvement Task Force (DBITF) to focus on developing actions that the City and community partners will collectively implement to improve the health, vitality and resiliency of the heart of our city. DBITF’s primary objective is to develop a Downtown Improvement Action Plan that is informed by public feedback.

We want to hear from you

Whether you live, work, study or spend time recreationally in the City’s downtown core, we recognize that you may have an opinion on what the City and community agencies and organizations should be focusing on, both in the short and long-term, to help improve experiences in the City’s downtown.

Please use the Forum, Survey, and Questions tools below to share your constructive feedback. We would greatly appreciate your respectful, useful input to help us identify where and how resources should be assigned in order of priority.

Should you wish to provide your feedback in the form of a written email or letter, please email your input to communications@brantford.ca.

Virtual Community Town Halls
In addition to the feedback tools below, we also invite you to attend one of two upcoming Virtual Town Halls focusing on the City's downtown on Tuesday October 19th at 2:30 p.m. or 6 p.m. Click on the town hall of your choice to register to speak or ask a question.

Register to speak or ask a question on Tuesday October 19th – 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Register to speak or ask a question on Tuesday October 19th – 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

When it’s time, watch live on the City’s YouTube channel on October 19th

We value your respectful and constructive feedback.

Please ask your question here. We're listening.

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    Where is the discussion paper to help frame the constructive feedback?

    Stephanie asked about 1 month ago

    Thanks for your question. The presentation that was provided at this week's Public Town Halls has been added to the "Important Links" section at the right hand side of this page. We trust this information will help provide context for your feedback. 

Page last updated: 21 October 2021, 13:00