Community Papers

Kimberley needs your input on new brand

 

Kimberley’s strengthening their story and you’re invited to participate in a group discussion on thoughts, opinions and ideas about our community.

Interested in participating in a Community Conversation?

Visit www.KimberleyMeeting.com and sign-up to attend a Community Conversation session. The sessions are taking place over December 7-18. Meeting dates and times are available at www.KimberleyMeeting.com

If you can’t make it, don’t worry. You can still share your thoughts and ideas in our community survey. Fill it out and tell us what you think about Kimberley at www.KimberleySurvey.com and don’t forget to send friends and family from outside the region to a survey intended for visitors, at www.KimberleyVisitorSurvey.com

In the meantime, the Kimberley’s process for strengthening their story is moving right along.

“Kimberley’s branding process is proceeding quite well. To date, there have been over 340 surveys filled, which is far more participation than many communities that have engaged in this type of process. There were over 80 people in attendance at a recent brand information meeting. There have been some group presentations and interviews, and now we’re looking forward to a further series of interviews and Community Conversations,” said Kevin Wilson, Economic Development Officer for the City of Kimberley.

For questions or further information about strengthening Kimberley’s story please contact Kevin Wilson with the City of Kimberley at: 250.427.9666 or kwilson@Kimberley.ca or you can go online and sign up for Community Conversations at www.KimberleyMeeting.com.

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