Community Safety and Well-Being Plan

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The towns of Innisfil and Bradford West-Gwillimbury partnered to develop a South Simcoe Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) Plan.

Throughout the County of Simcoe, eight community safety and well-being priority areas (areas of risk) have been identified. Based on current data, the South Simcoe CSWB Plan will focus on the following four areas of risk:

  1. Mental Health and Addictions
  2. Attainable Housing
  3. Education (with a focus on skilled trades)
  4. Income Security

We need your input

Thank you to everyone who took our survey to tell us what challenges, obstacles or gaps you've experienced or observed in addressing the above issues. The survey closed March 22, 2021.

A more in-depth consultation with our communities will follow this survey in the coming months.

Purpose

This CSWB Plan will set out how partners across different sectorsfrom governments and school boards to health and social service providers can work together to make our communities a place where all residents thrive. Efforts throughout Simcoe County will address the four priority areas of risk among others.


The towns of Innisfil and Bradford West-Gwillimbury partnered to develop a South Simcoe Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) Plan.

Throughout the County of Simcoe, eight community safety and well-being priority areas (areas of risk) have been identified. Based on current data, the South Simcoe CSWB Plan will focus on the following four areas of risk:

  1. Mental Health and Addictions
  2. Attainable Housing
  3. Education (with a focus on skilled trades)
  4. Income Security

We need your input

Thank you to everyone who took our survey to tell us what challenges, obstacles or gaps you've experienced or observed in addressing the above issues. The survey closed March 22, 2021.

A more in-depth consultation with our communities will follow this survey in the coming months.

Purpose

This CSWB Plan will set out how partners across different sectorsfrom governments and school boards to health and social service providers can work together to make our communities a place where all residents thrive. Efforts throughout Simcoe County will address the four priority areas of risk among others.