- Sign up for go HART TOD by clicking on the "Sign Up" or "Register" button on the top right of any page
- Choose a username and password
- Complete a few questions about yourself
- You will receive an email to validate your email address
- Return to the website and click the "Sign In" button
- It helps ensure that a broader set of perspectives have an opportunity to be represented by attributing feedback and frequency of feedback to individuals.
- It promotes accountability and encourages people to provide more thoughtful responses because feedback can be attributed to them.
- It also means that we can let you know any news if something major changes about the consultation.
How do I submit my feedback?
Submit your feedback via the online quick polls, maps, photo contests and surveys relevant to each of the project pages.
To participate for the first time, simply:
Why do I need to register to provide feedback?
While registration is not required to access go HART TOD, it is necessary for many of the more interactive engagement opportunities. We ask you to register to the website for a few reasons:
Is my privacy protected?
Can I use this site anonymously?
Yes, you can use this website anonymously. Even when you register and post comments, your anonymity is protected because you are identified by your chosen screen name.
What happens to my feedback/comments?
All comments, ideas and suggestions are compiled and used by the project team to inform the development of strategies, programs and activities, or to gain an insight into community views and opinions.
Often, feedback provided online is used in conjunction with other face-to-face consultation activities such as meetings, open houses or surveys.
When each online activity, or consultation, closes, all contributions are compiled into a report, which will be presented to HART when considering the particular matter.
All feedback provided during consultation will be considered; however, this does not mean that every suggestion will affect the project or be adopted as proposed.
Note: All comments you make through this website will become public records for anyone to read