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We are hearing you; responding to feedback from the Community Survey

We have received many comments and questions, we have provided a response to some of the comments, and have also received very positive submissions. We are happy to hear that our citizens/ community follow and appreciate our efforts. We know we cannot be all things to all people, we thank you for the responses to our Community Survey.

Please know that the District of Clearwater hosts a Facebook account of our own BUT we do not follow the Clearwater Info Board, therefore items posted there will not be responded to by the District. If you have a question or a District related item, please be so kind and give us a call at 250-674-2257 or send an email to admin@docbc.ca. It is a proactive and easy way to communicate. Stay informed by following our Facebook and website and participate when Council reaches out for feedback. These are ways to really connect with local government and to get your opinion heard. Thank you!

We thank you for your positive feedback and are pleased that you “Love Where You Live”!

“I think Council has done an amazing job with all the difficulties that have arisen over the last few years. I am so grateful that we live in such a great community.”

“Thank you Mayor and Council! You are doing a great job!”

“This is the best community for so many reasons. Love where you live? Absolutely!”

“I really appreciate the communications about what’s going on around town! Hope to get more involved going forward. Thank you!”

“Our community has been very successful considering the various economic blows that have been delivered to it over the past couple of years.”

“Basically – well done! I think the past work in balancing priorities has served our community well and sets us up for future benefit.”

“I wanna pool. Just kidding. We can’t afford it. Keep up the good work.”

“Thank you for keeping it together last year and moving us forward to 2021.”

“Keep up the excellent communication.”

“Mayor and council are doing an amazing job! You have very little funding to work with yet this little town is on a positive incline. Well done!”