Public Notice: Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority looking for public input

Public Notice: Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority looking for public input


The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) is looking for public input on the development of their new ten (10) year strategic plan. 

A statement by the NPCA:

“It is time to shape the next 10 years of conservation in Niagara! The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority is developing a new strategic plan, and would like to invite the members of our communities to “get involved” by participating in the process. A public survey link can be found on the home page of the Niagara Regions’ website, or by visiting GetInvolvedNPCA.ca. The survey will be open until May 6th.

This new strategic plan begins with a fresh approach towards achieving a shared vision. A representative team of staff experts from various departments are leading the way by working together to inform, develop, and implement the strategic planning process.

The NPCA staff and Board of Directors are now looking for public input to develop a common vision for conservation in Niagara, through these future strategic priorities. They have committed to communicating frequently and providing various opportunities for public involvement.”

For more information about this survey or the development of the strategic plan contact:

Natalie Green, M.Sc., PMP
Project Manager
NPCA
 905-788-3135 ext. 243
ngreen@npca.ca

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