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City of Williamsburg Asking for Residents’ Input in Priorities Survey

The Williamsburg Regional Library’s Youth Art Show is on display at the Stryker Center through the end of March. (WYDaily file)

WILLIAMSBURG — The City of Williamsburg is asking residents to provide input on the city’s priorities for the next two years in an online survey.

According to a release from the City of Williamsburg, “Every two years, the Williamsburg City Council identifies strategic objectives for the City Government. The Goals, Initiatives, and Outcomes (GIO) document is an expression of the priorities. This GIO-Specific survey aims to collect what citizens feel the City’s focus should be over the next two years.”

The City said it has been using the GIO process since the 1990s. Part of the city’s process of gathering public input from residents this year has been its Future Festivals. The series of eight festivals hosted by the City invites residents to play games, eat food, and help provide feedback to the City Council and City staff as they work to develop a work plan for the next two years.

There’s only one more festival date scheduled: Thursday, Oct. 6 at Crim Dell Meadow on the College of William & Mary (W&M) Campus.

Residents that are interested in providing feedback can find the online survey at this link through Williamsburg’s government website.

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