In 2009, the City of Revelstoke took steps to become an age-friendly city by asking seniors what they felt they needed in order to make Revelstoke a better place for them to live and thrive in.
Ten years later, the City is checking in to take stock of what the current issues and priorities are for seniors, and follow up on how it can continue to make Revelstoke an inclusive, accessible place for people of all ages and abilities. Survey results will help the City identify gaps in service and infrastructure and where improvements can be made.
Between Monday, September 28 and Friday, October 23, the City of Revelstoke will be conducting surveys to receive feedback from seniors on a number of categories, that range from the built environment, access to information, to safety and accessibility and more.
A hard copy can also be picked up/dropped off at City Hall – Development Services Department (2nd street entrance) between 12pm and 3pm; the Community Centre between 12pm and 3pm; Community Connections front desk, or the Revelstoke Senior’s Association (between 10am – 12pm).