Reduce Poverty and Improve Community Well-being in Delta

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Share your views! The City of Delta, in partnership with LevelUp Planning Collaborative, is conducting a Poverty Reduction Needs Assessment and developing an Action Plan. This project will help us understand the unique needs and struggles of Delta residents and identify steps we can take to make sure that all residents thrive.

Now in Phase 2 of the project, public engagement, we are seeking input to help inform the strategy and get a better understanding of how poverty affects everyone throughout the City.

Provide Your Input

Use the link below to take the City of Delta’s Community Well-being survey and share your views and ideas for improving the well-being and quality of life in our community.

An offline paper survey is also available at the following locations:

Surveys are also available in Punjabi, Spanish and Tagalog. If you would like to access a paper survey in one of these languages, please contact us so we can get one your way.

If you know of other high-traffic locations that could benefit from having paper surveys available, please contact us to discuss.

Thank you for your time and contribution! Your responses will help guide the strategic direction for reducing poverty in the City and will help contribute to making the community a better, more resilient and healthier place to live, learn work and play. Everyone benefits when a community and its population are thriving but the whole community will be needed to help us get there!

Share your views! The City of Delta, in partnership with LevelUp Planning Collaborative, is conducting a Poverty Reduction Needs Assessment and developing an Action Plan. This project will help us understand the unique needs and struggles of Delta residents and identify steps we can take to make sure that all residents thrive.

Now in Phase 2 of the project, public engagement, we are seeking input to help inform the strategy and get a better understanding of how poverty affects everyone throughout the City.

Provide Your Input

Use the link below to take the City of Delta’s Community Well-being survey and share your views and ideas for improving the well-being and quality of life in our community.

An offline paper survey is also available at the following locations:

Surveys are also available in Punjabi, Spanish and Tagalog. If you would like to access a paper survey in one of these languages, please contact us so we can get one your way.

If you know of other high-traffic locations that could benefit from having paper surveys available, please contact us to discuss.

Thank you for your time and contribution! Your responses will help guide the strategic direction for reducing poverty in the City and will help contribute to making the community a better, more resilient and healthier place to live, learn work and play. Everyone benefits when a community and its population are thriving but the whole community will be needed to help us get there!

  • The City of Delta, in partnership with LevelUp Planning Collaborative, is conducting a Poverty Reduction Needs Assessment and developing an Action Plan. This study will help us understand the unique needs and struggles of Delta residents and identify steps we can take to make sure all residents thrive. 

    Please take the Community Well-being survey to provide your input. This survey will take about 15 minutes to complete and aggregated results will be posted on the City of Delta Let’s Talk page. All responses are voluntary and confidential (no individual results will be posted)You have until December 20, 2021, to provide your input. Be sure to check back for updates about the project and to see the results of the survey.

    If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Project Manager, Lavleen Sahota, lavleen@levelupplanning.ca. If you have any questions about the project and the role of the City, please contact Corporate Social Planner, Olga Shcherbyna, oshcherbyna@delta.ca.  

    Thank you for taking the survey! 

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