The Comox Valley Community Foundation’s 2018 Vital Signs Report is due out in October. File photo

Comox Valley Community Foundation collecting information for upcoming Vital Signs report

Online survey open to all Valley residents until May 15

Time is running out to participate in the 2018 Vital Signs reportTime is running out to participate in the 2018 Vital Signs report

Time is running out to participate in the 2018 Vital Signs suvey.

As a check-up to measure the vitality of communities and significant trends related to quality of life, the Comox Valley Community Foundation is undertaking its second Vital Signs report.

The survey, which is available online, is an opportunity for the community to know what is important when it comes to evaluating the Comox Valley as a place to live, learn, work and grow.

The survey opened in mid-April and will close May 15.

Participation in the survey offers the CVCF a clearer picture of what Comox Valley residents think of the community, in regards to quality of life.

The inaugural version of the survey, conducted in 2016, received more than 1,000 responses from Valley residents. Hopes are that twice as many respondents participate in this year’s report.

The survey is open to all residents of the Comox Valley, and is available online at http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2018VitalSigns

The final report is exlected to be published in October.

–With files from Erin Haluschak

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