The Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Council of Governments is launching a public survey to gather ideas about how to improve local economies and communities throughout the two-county region it represents.
The survey is open to residents of Cowlitz and Wahkiakum counties, as well as the city of Rainier.
The “regional economic vitality survey” is intended to inform the council of governments as it supports its member agencies in improving economic vitality and quality of life in cities they serve, according to a news release.
“This is your chance to complete a brief survey and provide your thoughts and suggestions on key issues within the region. ... As you work through the questions, please try to consider the regional aspects of the area when requested to address regional issues,” the release says.
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The survey is available online at www.cwcog.org or by request at the council of governments office in the County Administration Annex (207 N. Fourth Ave.).
Participants needing special accommodations should call the council of governments and ask for the American with Disabilities Act Coordinator at 660-577-3041 by 5 p.m. on Sept. 25.
The council of governments is a regional planning organization comprised of local governments and agencies. The groups also delivers several federal, state and local programs to the region.