How to Get Involved in the Middlesex CSWB Plan

Everyone has a role to play in safety and well-being, and the municipalities across Middlesex County are looking for your feedback as we develop a collaborative Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) Plan. The CSWB plan, which is required under the Province’s Safer Ontario Act, 2018, will identify priority risks in Middlesex and outline strategies and actions to improve the safety and well-being for all residents in our community.

Your voice matters! As part of the CSWB community engagement approach, we are conducting an online public survey to gather resident perceptions about community safety and well-being. We are also using a Share Your Story feature designed to have community members tell us more about what safety and well-being personally means to them using their own words and photos. Both the survey and the story feature will be available until early Fall, at which point all feedback will be compiled and analyzed to inform the development of the Middlesex CSWB Plan.

To access the online public survey, please click here

The Share Your Story feature can be found here

We appreciate your feedback as we address the best ways for residents, organizations, and government to work together to improve well-being and safety issues in our communities. Join the conversation today!

For more information about the Middlesex CSWB Plan, please visit


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