The Town of Georgina is reaching out to the community for input about recreational amenities, programs and services in Pefferlaw and the Ward 5 area. The goal is to gain a better understanding of the recreational priorities of Ward 5 residents for future planning.
“Council has set aside some funds from past budgets for recreational amenities in Ward 5,” said Mayor Margaret Quirk. “There have been many suggestions put forth, including a skateboard park or splash pad, but we want to hear from residents to know what the community’s priorities are.”
There will be two online surveys. The first will run from Oct. 6 to Oct. 20. The second survey will be created from the information obtained in the first survey to narrow down the top priorities and will run from Oct. 28 to Nov. 7. There will also be an in-person session at the Pefferlaw Lions Community Hall in late October.
The Town is looking to hear from all residents about participation in recreation programs, as well as what programs they would like to see offered and what, if any, barriers residents face in attending current programs.
To learn more, and take the survey, visit georgina.ca/PefferlawRecreationStudy.