Saugeen Shores has been working hard alongside Bruce and Grey Counties, 15 other lower-tier Municipalities, 8 police services, 14 police service boards, 3 boards of education, and more than 30 health and social service agencies and community committees on Community Safety and Well-Being Planning (CSWBP)!

The Bruce and Grey CSWBP identified 5 priority areas of risk where partners will work together to make measurable improvements on both regional and local issues. These areas include: Addiction and Substance Use, Mental Health, Crime Prevention, Housing and Homelessness, and Poverty and Income.

Now, in order to evaluate the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on resident perceptions of safety and well-being, the committee is once again launching the community engagement survey for a second time – the survey will run until May 16th, 2021 and can be found on the CSWBP website at

We want to hear from you!