Invercargill City Council is calling on city centre retailers, businesses and members of the public to give feedback on activities and events in the city centre during the past two years.
Centre city co-ordinator Kari Graber resigned last month and new Invercargill City Council CEO Claire Hadley has requested a review of the role.
Council has today launched a survey, available both online and in hard copy, asking people what events, support, and initiatives they believe have added value to the city centre, and whether they value having a City Centre Co-ordinator to do this work.
The role of City Centre Co-ordinator is funded by a targeted rate paid by city centre businesses. While Council is most interested in business feedback, members of the public are also welcome to fill out the survey for their views to be considered too.
Links to online and printable versions of the survey are available via Council’s website. Visit icc.govt.nz and or fill out the survey below.
Hard copies of the survey are available from the Invercargill City Council Help Desk at the Civic Administration Building in Esk Street.
Survey responses must be completed and returned by Friday, October 19.
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