News Release
January 19, 2015
Town asking residents to help shape the 2015-2018 Community Action Plan 
Ajax Council is excited to launch Let’s Talk Ajax, a special public consultation campaign to help inform the 2015-2018 Community Action Plan.
Until February 13, residents can visit and use Rank it – a new interactive online consultation tool to submit 2015-2018 Community Action Plan initiatives for consideration, as well as the opportunity to rank submitted initiatives.
In addition, special Council Meet & Greets are planned for residents to meet their Councillors, discuss local issues and learn more about the Community Action Plan consultation and Rank it online tool.
Wards 1 & 2
February 3, 2015 – 7 p.m.
Audley Recreation Centre, Community Room
1955 Audley Rd. N.
Meet: Regional Councillor Shaun Collier, Councillor Marilyn Crawford, Ward 1 and Councillor Renrick Ashby, Ward 2.
Wards 3 & 4
January 28, 2015 – 7 p.m.
Ajax Public Library, Rotary Room
55 Harwood Ave. S.
Meet: Regional Councillor Colleen Jordan, Councillor Joanne Dies, Ward 3 and Councillor Pat Brown, Ward 4.
“Ajax Council is committed to continuing the important work under our four strategic priorities. The Let’s Talk Ajax campaign allows the public to provide input and direction for the next term of Council, and ensures Council’s priorities are aligned with residents, businesses and community stakeholders.”
- Mayor Steve Parish

- For residents who prefer to submit their comments in person, displays are set-up at Town facilities including Town Hall, Ajax Community Centre, Main Branch Library, McLean Community Centre and Audley Recreation Centre.
- The final 2015-2018 Community Action Plan is expected to be approved and available to the public in spring 2015.
- Previous Community Action Plans and Success Reports (2007-2010 & 2011-2014) are available to review and download at
For more information and to use Rank it, visit
Media Contact:
Rachael Wraith, Senior Communications Officer, 905-619-2529, ext. 3325.