WILSONVILLE, OR — Working in conjunction with the Clackamas County Arts Alliance, the City of Wilsonville is undertaking a community enhancement program project to craft a ‘Public Investment Strategy for Arts, Heritage & Culture.’ As part of this effort, the City is undertaking through October 7 a public survey online to gauge community members’ thoughts and desires on arts and culture at www.ci.Wilsonville.or.us/Arts&CultureSurvey.
The City seeks to develop a strategic plan for public investment in Wilsonville arts, heritage and culture, to determine an appropriate level of community support for artistic and cultural activities and create tactics for developing resources to advance community support. Working with the Arts Alliance and Taylor Consulting, the project scope includes conducting stakeholder interviews, leading community meetings and deploying a needs-assessment poll to determine whether, and to what degree, Wilsonville residents have interest in and value arts and cultural amenities.
In addition to stakeholder interviews and the survey, the Arts Alliance is working to plan a community meeting in October to discuss interview and survey results and draft a strategic action plan.
For more information, contact Mark Ottenad, Public/Government Affairs Director, at 503-570-1505; [email protected].