New Strategic Plan

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Perth County Strategic Plan 2019-2022

Help shape the community that you want to live in.

Perth County is developing its new strategic plan. This will shape the vision, direction and strategies for community and the corporation in the coming years.

We want your help in defining our direction and goals. We value your input and feedback as we envision the future and create our plan for the coming four years.

Online participation will be open until 15 January 2019.

Help shape the community that you want to live in.

Perth County is developing its new strategic plan. This will shape the vision, direction and strategies for community and the corporation in the coming years.

We want your help in defining our direction and goals. We value your input and feedback as we envision the future and create our plan for the coming four years.

Online participation will be open until 15 January 2019.

Tell your story

What does the ideal future of Perth County look like to you? Share your story here.

We've explored a number of themes, challenges, uncertainties and opportunities in this site so far. Hopefully, they've helped prompt thinking about the community that you live in, and the community that you want to live in.

What does that community look like? Project into the future as far ahead as you can. That might be five years, ten years or even more. What does a great future for Perth County look like in your eyes?  Tell us the story of our municipality.

Tell us what our community should look like. And tell us what will have to happen from your perspective to make that future a reality. What are the changes that we will have to make along the way?

Thank you for taking the time to share your story and identify your ideas for an optimal future for Perth County.

And thank you for sharing everything that you have so far. We appreciate you taking the time to contribute to the future of the place that you call home.

Keep coming back to explore the contributions of others as we collectively define our future vision, and the steps required to get there.
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    SMALL TOWNS ARE HEROES

    by Mia Harty, over 1 year ago

    I am 53 years old today. When I was younger I thought I would hate every birthday after 30, but that younger version of me didn't know how much fun I could still have yet. I am happy it's my birthday. I wasn't going to do anything extravagant for it, but last night my friends surprised me at home with a soiree where we drank and celebrated life with absolutely no sophistication. Today, as I sit on my balcony, I am reflecting on life (again). I smile at where I have come and how naive I can be, believing I've... Continue reading

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    opinions

    by AngB, over 1 year ago

    Not a story, just opinions.

     I think that we need to firmly limit the amount of outward expansion. Brown lands being revamped and raising the allowed heights of buildings creates density without asking for increased services. We need to recognize that land is actually a limited resource and start to approach growth as something that needs to happen within a confined border. 

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