WILSONVILLE, Ore. — The City has opened two surveys and is seeking help from community stakeholders throughout the greater the greater Wilsonville area to inform the development of an Arts, Culture and Heritage Strategy.
By July 31, the City invites participation from community stakeholders about cultural attributes and assets that define and shape Wilsonville culturally. A newly-established task force is using this critical public input to shape a strategy to support the development of culturally-significant programs and events.
- The Cultural Vision Survey seeks to hear what stakeholders believe are the cultural strengths and challenges and to identify their personal vision for culture.
- The Cultural Assets Survey asks for specific identification about the people, places, organizations, events and objects that may be considered cultural assets.
To learn more about the project to develop the City’s Arts, Culture and Heritage Strategy, please visit ci.Wilsonville.or.us/ArtsCultureStrategy. Also, visit “Let’s Talk, Wilsonville,”throughout July to provide additional input on questions about arts, culture and heritage in Wilsonville
Communications and Marketing Manager
City of Wilsonville