Community Survey on Social Issues
The City of St. Albert's first Social Master Plan, approved in 2013, reflects on key social issues and provides a roadmap for building a caring, connected, inclusive and safe community. This formal plan is the City of St. Albert's way of telling residents that addressing social issues and improving quality of life for all is important.
Take the Community Survey on Social Issues
This survey will close January 19, 2018.
Resident views and perspectives helped develop St. Albert's first Social Master Plan. For the plan to be effective, it must be relevant and responsive to the needs of residents. The purpose of this survey is to seek resident input to help guide us as a community, to respond to pressing social issues for the betterment of all.
Your input is valued and needed. We want to hear:
- What social issues are important to you and why
- What social issues need to be addressed and,
- Where should we prioritize community investments and resources.
This survey is not intended to address issues such as taxes, sewers, roads, environment or the economy. There are other community plans that address these issues.
Last edited: December 19, 2017