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Puslinch Township Launches New Community Engagement Website

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The Township is excited to announce the launch of its new community engagement initiative website, Engage Puslinch (www.engagepuslinch.ca). The platform will be used as a way for the community to share ideas, discuss important topics, provide feedback and contribute to the future of the Township in a meaningful way.

Throughout the year, projects will be posted on the website for community feedback and input. To stay up to date with new projects please register on the website.

Current projects on Engage Puslinch include,

  • A photo competition: Seven unique categories in the competition offer the chance to showcase the beauty of Puslinch. Submit your photos for the chance for your photo to be featured on the Township’s updated website Puslinch.ca.
  • Good news stories: It has been a hard year and we want to hear about a good story that happened to you this year in the Township of Puslinch. Whether that be about a special place in Puslinch, a helpful neighbour or an event that happened in the Township. We would love to hear about it and share your uplifting story with others.
“We want to encourage Community engagement on topics that are important to Puslinch residents. The Engage Puslinch website is a great way for these conversations to begin.” Mayor Seeley

“Not everyone has the ability to attend formal meetings. With Engage Puslinch, you can share your ideas, discuss important topics and contribute in way that is convenient for you. As time progresses, you will also then see numerous projects and initiatives that the Township is undertaking that you may not have yet heard about that you can also provide your input on. ” CAO/Clerk Glenn Schwendinger

We encourage all residents to explore the community engagement platform over the coming weeks and to contribute to the projects currently open on the page. You can reach out directly to [email protected] with any comments or questions.

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