Surveys

Have your say. Help shape your community.

The City of Windsor periodically conducts surveys as a means of soliciting ideas and opinions from residents so we can better serve the community as a whole.

Council Compensation Review

The Council Compensation Review Committee is looking for public feedback on the remuneration paid to Windsor’s Mayor and City Councillors. As per Council Resolution (CR632/2018), a review of compensation for the Mayor and Council is to take place for every term of Council (every four years) at mid-term on a go-forward basis starting in 2020. Three community leaders are overseeing the latest review, and two public meetings are set to take place via the Zoom platform in January.

Residents are also welcome to take our online survey:

City of Windsor Council Chambers at City Hall

Bright Lights Windsor Attendee and Vendor Surveys

If you visited us at Bright Lights Windsor, we'd love to hear your feedback. Please take a few moments to complete our attendee or vendor survey. Give us your thoughts here:

Taking a cell phone photo of the illuminated Windsor sign

Building Facade Improvement Program and Urban Design Guidelines for Main Streets Community Improvement Plan

The City of Windsor Planning and Building Department hosted a virtual public information centre on January 12, 2022, to discuss amendments to the Building Facade Improvement Program and Urban Design Guidelines for Main Streets Community Improvement Plan and listen the community's thoughts on the following:

  • Expanding the existing program to other main street areas and property within the area of existing BIAs (and main streets) where improvements would help strengthen and support the main street
  • Change the existing Community Improvement Plan to include more programs that would encourage the redevelopment of vacant or underutilized buildings and property

An online survey remains available until January 26, 2022, here:

Collage of Windsor building facades

Pillette Road Traffic Calming

Attention residents and property owners who live on Pillette Road: We are looking for your feedback on the proposed traffic calming plan between Tecumseh Road and Plymouth Drive. Please take our survey, open until January 31, 2022, here:

Words, Share Your Thoughts, Pillette Road Traffic Calming Plan, over background of roadway and houses

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