Get Involved

Fletchers Creek SNAP

A successful Fletchers Creek SNAP depends on community support and partnerships.  Working together helps find local champions, action-oriented solutions and showcase environmental change in the neighbourhood.

Here are some ways that you can get involved in your neighbourhood SNAP:

  • Share your ideas – We want to get local residents, businesses, and community groups involved in building the action plan
  • Get involved – Attend SNAP meetings, events, or fun activities your neighbourhood. Check out events calendar for a list of upcoming events
  • Stay informed – Subscribe to the Neighbourhood News to receive regular emails about upcoming SNAP activities and initiatives
  • Partner with us – We welcome the opportunity to work with local partners on sustainability projects in the neighbourhood

To share ideas and express interest in any of above, please email or call:

Tooba Shakeel
Coordinator, Sustainable Neighbourhoods
905-670-1615 ext. 275
tooba.shakeel@cvc.ca

SNAP Partners

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