Nanaimo residents are being asked to weigh in on this year’s Vital Signs survey.
The Vital Signs report is a collaboration between the Nanaimo Foundation, United Way Central and Northern Vancouver Island, the City and Island Savings. This is the second year the report is being completed for Nanaimo. It will examine at 10 key areas, from the economy to arts and culture, and give the city a grade that reflects whether it’s something to be proud of, or something that needs improvement.
Signy Madden with United Way says they compile data from numerous sources, but the public survey is an important component.
Madden says the survey is available for six weeks, and the final Vital Signs report will be released in October.
You can check out the results of last year’s Vital Signs report here.