At the same time as we fight the global pandemic, at City Hall, we are planning for the post-pandemic future. Windsor is changing, and government needs to be quick to respond to community concerns.
- New growth and development are bringing opportunity to Windsor, but also putting pressure on our public infrastructure and driving up the cost of housing.
- Job creation during the pandemic has been strong, but can always be better as we seek to attract and retain skilled talent to grow our local economy.
- Windsor is a multicultural community, where we must celebrate our differences and leverage our diversity to create opportunity and success for each resident.
I want to invite you to join me for a conversation about what’s been happening in our city.
Register today for one of these three virtual meetings to hear updates on key city initiatives, and for an opportunity to ask your questions. I will make the same brief presentation at each of these online town halls, before engaging in an open online conversation.
Register online below, or call 519-255-6315, or watch all sessions live on my Facebook and YouTube pages.
You can join online or by phone. Please register for only one session and leave room for all to participate. Each session has 100 spaces available, so please register early.
– Mayor Drew Dilkens