Community members are invited to provide ideas and suggestions on the future of the Vittoria Town Hall at an in-person engagement session or in advance at comment boxes at locations across the County.
The event will be held on Monday, March 18, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., with doors opening at 5:45 p.m., in Council Chambers at the County Administration Building, located at 50 Colborne Street, Simcoe.
Members of the public may ask questions at the session or share their questions, ideas, and suggestions for the hall in advance online at EngageNorfolk.ca or by completing a comment card and depositing it into an EngageNorfolk comment box, available at one of the following locations throughout February:
- ServiceNorfolk in Simcoe (185 Robinson Street, Suite 100) or Delhi (183 Main Street of Delhi)
- Customer service counter at the Simcoe Recreation Centre (182 South Drive Simcoe)
- Any Norfolk County Public Library branch
Staff will review questions, ideas, and suggestions provided in advance and share more information at the in-person session. An agenda will also be shared at these locations.
“As we proceed towards a decision point, we welcome all members of the public to get involved with sessions like this,” said Norfolk Mayor Amy Martin. “We want to hear as many suggestions from the community as possible at this second community meeting so Norfolk can consider all options for the future of the Vittoria Town Hall.”
This event follows an in-person engagement session held on November 22, 2023, at the Vittoria Community Centre. A video recording of this event and answers to questions is available at EngageNorfolk.ca. Printed copies of the questions and answers can be accessed at ServiceNorfolk in Simcoe (185 Robinson Street, Suite 100) or Delhi (183 Main Street of Delhi), or any Norfolk County Public Library branch until March 18, 2024.
To learn more about opportunities to provide feedback on Norfolk County projects and initiatives, visit EngageNorfolk.ca.