News Release – Osoyoos Indian Band, Towns of Oliver and Osoyoos Issue Public Survey
For Immediate Release
September 27, 2021
Osoyoos Indian Band, Towns of Oliver and Osoyoos Issue Public Survey
The Town of Osoyoos, Town of Oliver, and Osoyoos Indian Band are exploring opportunities for the development of a public aquatic centre for the region. The development of a South Okanagan Aquatic Centre could potentially contribute significantly to community well-being in the region, providing a venue for year-round access to aquatics for all age groups and members of the community.
Hearing from residents is part of a broader community needs assessment that will help guide decision-making for the project. South Okanagan residents and visitors are invited to participate in a public survey to understand what the public thinks about a potential new aquatic centre undertaking.
We are interested to hear from all communities about your use of existing aquatic facilities and thoughts regarding a new facility in the South Okanagan. This survey should take about 15 minutes of your time. Your responses are CONFIDENTIAL – no individual respondents will be identified publicly through the results. The public survey will be open from September 27 to October 24, 2021.
Survey QR Code – Scan with your phone and Participate
Should you experience any technical difficulties when participating in the survey, please contact our consultant, Sierra Planning and Management: firstname.lastname@example.org | phone: 416-363-4443 x22.
Hard copies are available at these locations:
Oliver Community Centre
6359 Park Drive
Osoyoos Band Office
1155 Sen Pok Chin Blvd
Sonora Community Center
8505 68 Avenue