Kincardine is providing more opportunities for its residents to have their say on issues and concerns.
A new Kincardine website and app have been launched.
Called "Kincardine Talks," it opens up new lines of communication between residents and the municipality.
Kincardine's Community Development Officer Jenna Ujiye says the site is built for town projects that require or are looking for public input.
Besides that, the site will allow residents to express concerns about issues of the day or report a simple pot hole on their street.
From the municipality's point of view, it will allow them to conduct surveys and polls on critical issues.
It will also allow the town to alert people to sudden road closures during inclement weather and other safety information.
The site was soft-launched in September and already has over 250 subscribers.
It can be found at kincardinetalks.ca
There's also a mobile app that can be downloaded from Apple App store or Google Play store.
It was officially launched during Kincardine's council meeting, November 4th.
This site is in addition to Kincardine's regular website.