City of Toronto seeks your input on COVID19 recovery and rebuild – survey open until June 30

June 29, 2020


The Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild is seeking feedback from individuals, businesses and community groups on how Toronto can recover, rebuild and emerge from this pandemic even stronger.

An online survey, as well as tips and tools for hosting your own discussion is now available at www.Toronto.ca/RecoveryRebuild. The survey is open until June 30, 2020.

Since the outset of the pandemic, input from residents, community partners and businesses has helped shape the City’s response to the crisis, and will help shape future actions to recover and rebuild. The City and its divisions and agencies will continue to engage with community partners and groups, Indigenous communities, residents and businesses to seek input throughout the different phases of recovery and rebuild.

More information on the survey and future opportunities for input is available online at www.Toronto.ca/RecoveryRebuild

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