Tourism Master Plan Survey
More than just any other industry, tourism requires collaboration and partnering locally with residents, businesses, user groups and organisations, as well as with regional and provincial organisations. Done right, tourism can bring many benefits to communities; doing it right requires proactive planning and ongoing governance for community success.
A community based tourism master plan is a document informed by the community and developed by a group with a broad cross-section of interests related to tourism. The planning process often provides an opportunity for business, local government, cultural organisations, other community based groups and community members to:
- Identify a tourism vision that supports broad community outcomes
- Understand tourism resources and potential
- Capitalise on existing and emerging tourism opportunities
- Address tourism obstacles to overcome
- Allocate resources to pursue actions in the short/medium/long term
- Set the future stage for long-term success
The Tourism Master Plan surveys are still open until November 4, don’t miss your opportunity to make your voice heard - what you envision for Fernie when it comes to tourism over the next ten years. There are three unique and different surveys for you to participate in and an opportunity to win a prize!
Complete the full survey to be given an entry to win one of two package prizes valued at over $250 each.
More details are available on the Tourism Master Plan website.
Anyone who would like to participate but is not able to do the online survey can find paper copies at City Hall, the Fernie Visitor Centre (Chamber of Commerce), Fernie Seniors Centre and the Fernie Museum, or can call 250-423-2037 ext 2.