The City of White Rock is hosting online workshops on Sept. 8 and 9 to invite residents and local businesses to provide input into a draft of the City’s post-pandemic Economic Development Strategic Plan.
The draft plan, to be shared at the workshops, comes with an updated vision, objectives and strategies based on current conditions and long-term trends affecting White Rock’s economic strength.
The updated Economic Development Strategic Plan will guide how jobs and businesses in White Rock change and grow in a post-pandemic future.
RSVP to email@example.com by Aug. 31, 2021. A link will be provided.
The City asked for feedback in February and March 2021 from residents and business owners and managers. Here is a summary of that input, along with input from City staff, the Economic Development Advisory Committee, City Council, the White Rock BIA and the South Surrey & White Rock Chamber of Commerce.
The updated Economic Development Strategic Plan is being developed by and for the people who live, work or have invested in a business in White Rock, with the survey results setting the foundation for future engagement.
A draft update to the Economic Development Strategic Plan is expected to be completed in the fall of 2021.
To learn more about economic development in White Rock, visit the Economic Development web page at whiterockcity.ca/business.
Mayor Darryl Walker
“City Council is committed to engaging with the community, both residents and businesses, and using that valuable input to plan our economic future together. We are using input from residents, staff and experts to create a draft plan for review. Please get involved and share your thoughts with the City of White Rock.”