Take the Vital Signs Survey – Make Your Voice Heard!

How does Powell River measure up?  We need your opinion!

Take Powell River’s Vital Signs Community Survey and make your views and ideas known.

Powell River’s “Vital Signs®” reports on the vitality of our community by measuring the quality of life and identifying trends in 12 key areas from many official and trusted data sources. 

In addition to analyzing the data, Vital Signs uses a community survey to find out how residents rate their quality of life and what they say are the top issues for Powell River.

Click here to start taking the survey.

dditional information on Powell River’s Vital Signs® and a link to the survey can be found at www.prvs.ca.

Want even more information about Vital Signs and the survey?  Attend an information open house on Wednesday, July 27, 2011, 4-5 p.m. at the Town Centre Hotel.

Powell River’s Vital Signs®
is produced locally by the Powell River Community Foundation under an initiative of Community Foundations of Canada.  The survey results and the full-colour reader friendly report will be available on October 4, 2011, the date all participating communities across Canada simultaneously release their local reports.

Please circulate this message as widely as possible to your organization and personal distribution lists in the Powell River community so that all residents can give their opinions.  We apologize for duplicate postings.

To help safeguard the results, the survey can only be filled out once on any computer.  If more than one user on a computer would like to complete the survey, please contact paul@prvs.ca.

Paper copies will be available at the open house, the Powell River Library and other locations. All online and paper surveys must be completed by August 24, 2011 to be considered.

For more information contact info@prvs.ca or call 604-483-4282.

July 23, 2011 · TTPR · One Comment
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  1. Graeme Murray - August 5, 2011

    Too many questions that could not be answered because facts of the matter i.e. services available to low income are not generally known by those who are not in the lowest income group etc.

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