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Free event for residents to share input on City projects in exchange for a free meal

Free event for residents to share input on City projects in exchange for a free meal

They say there is no such thing as a free lunch, but that is not the case in Burlington where the City of Burlington will be hosting it’s second Food for Feedback event Saturday, Sept. 17. This event is an opportunity for residents to come out and share their thoughts on  City projects with City staff. Attendees will receive a free lunch from participating food trucks in exchange for feedback. The Food for Feedback event will take place at Brant Hills Park from 12-3 p.m.

This is a free drop-in event. Residents of all ages are welcome to attend. Younger children can enjoy the Imagination Playground on-site, so family members have more flexibility to share their feedback on City projects important to them.

The input residents provide at Food for Feedback will help the City to continue to improve City services and initiatives.

The event will take place Saturday, Sept. 17, 12- 3 p.m. at Brant Hills Park, 2300 Duncaster Dr.

In case of inclement weather, the engagement event will move indoors to the Brant Hills Community Centre.

City booths at the event will include initiatives such as:                                              

•             2022 Municipal Election

•             Climate Action Plan

•             Customer Experience

•             Integrated Mobility Plan

•             Neighbourhood Development

•             Volunteering with the City

and more.

For more information visit GetInvolvedBurlington.ca

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