Richmond Youth Strategy 2021-2031

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This engagement ran April 19 to May 16, 2021 and has now concluded. Thank you to everyone who participated.

The City of Richmond is seeking input from youth aged 13-24, their parents or guardians and those who work with youth to inform the development of the 2021-2031 Richmond Youth Strategy. This new Youth Strategy will provide the City and those working with youth with an important framework to support and meet the unique needs of youth aged 13-24 in Richmond.

The public is invited to share their experience and thoughts on the unique needs and priorities of youth in Richmond. Those who are interested in sharing feedback, including youth and young adults, their family members and those working with youth in Richmond, are encouraged to complete the survey through the link below.

The surveys is available Monday April 19 to Sunday, May 16, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

Richmond strives “to be the best place in North America to raise children and youth,” and has a long history of supporting the needs and aspirations of youth in the community. The 2021-2031 Richmond Youth Strategy will build on the successes of Richmond’s existing 2015-2020 Youth Service Plan, and will continue to act as an important guide for the City and those who work with youth in Richmond.

For more information on the City’s youth services or the Youth Strategy, see Important Links on this page.

This engagement ran April 19 to May 16, 2021 and has now concluded. Thank you to everyone who participated.

The City of Richmond is seeking input from youth aged 13-24, their parents or guardians and those who work with youth to inform the development of the 2021-2031 Richmond Youth Strategy. This new Youth Strategy will provide the City and those working with youth with an important framework to support and meet the unique needs of youth aged 13-24 in Richmond.

The public is invited to share their experience and thoughts on the unique needs and priorities of youth in Richmond. Those who are interested in sharing feedback, including youth and young adults, their family members and those working with youth in Richmond, are encouraged to complete the survey through the link below.

The surveys is available Monday April 19 to Sunday, May 16, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

Richmond strives “to be the best place in North America to raise children and youth,” and has a long history of supporting the needs and aspirations of youth in the community. The 2021-2031 Richmond Youth Strategy will build on the successes of Richmond’s existing 2015-2020 Youth Service Plan, and will continue to act as an important guide for the City and those who work with youth in Richmond.

For more information on the City’s youth services or the Youth Strategy, see Important Links on this page.

  • This engagement ran April 19 to May 16, 2021 and has now concluded.

    This survey is voluntary. Individual survey information will not be shared.

    It should take about 10 minutes to complete.  At the end, youth can provide their email to be entered into a draw to win a $100 gift card to Richmond Centre.   

    Thank you for participating, and sharing your thoughts and opinions

    If you need help completing this survey, please email youthservices@richmond.ca

    如果您需要帮助完成本调查,请发送电子邮件至 youthservices@richmond.ca

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