Downtown Revitalization

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The City's Planning and Economic Development Departments and Redesign Rupert have teamed up to get a better understanding of how you use downtown, and what you want the future of downtown to look like. Your answers to questions about how you travel downtown, what you do there, and how downtown can be improved will help to inform future policy development at the City.


The City's Planning and Economic Development Departments and Redesign Rupert have teamed up to get a better understanding of how you use downtown, and what you want the future of downtown to look like. Your answers to questions about how you travel downtown, what you do there, and how downtown can be improved will help to inform future policy development at the City.

  • CLOSED: Please note that this survey has concluded. The draw for $100 grocery gift card will be announced shortly. Thank you to those who participated, and please feel free to have a look at our other surveys.

    We want to know a number of things about how you use downtown - how you travel, what you do, and how we can improve. Fill out this short questionnaire to support policy development in your community. 

    Information is being collected, as per Section 26(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of better informing the City's planning, engineering, economic development departments and the Redesign Rupert initiative regarding public needs in the downtown core. 

    If you have any questions pertaining to the protection of your privacy, please feel free to contact:

    Veronika Stewart, Communications

    We want to know a number of things about how you use downtown - how you travel, what you do, and how we can improve. Fill out this short questionnaire to support policy development in your community. 

    Information is being collected, as per Section 26(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of better informing the City's planning, engineering, economic development departments and the Redesign Rupert initiative regarding public needs in the downtown core. 

    If you have any questions pertaining to the protection of your privacy, please feel free to contact:

    Veronika Stewart, Communications Manager, City of Prince Rupert, 424 3rd Avenue West,  Prince Rupert, BC
    Phone: (250) 627 0976      Email: veronika.stewart@princerupert.ca

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