Help Develop Huntsville's Community Brand

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Through an RFP process, the Town of Huntsville has hired TWG Communications to lead the development of a community brand strategy and visual identity.

Community engagement is an important part of the process. Feedback from the community will play an important role in understanding how individuals and organizations view Huntsville both as a municipal entity and as a part of the District of Muskoka.

In terms of both population and land area, Huntsville is the largest municipality in Muskoka and the most northerly one too. Falling at the intersection of highways 11 and 60, Huntsville offers a direct link to Toronto and North Bay on the north/south route (Hwy11) and to Ottawa, via Algonquin Park, on the east/west route (Hwy 60).

Huntsville has a rich history of entrepreneurism, innovation and resourcefulness. What was once a rather remote outpost has evolved into a culturally sophisticated, contemporary community with year round activities and festivals, unique boutiques and restaurants, a burgeoning seasonal population, ongoing developments, and terrific art scene.

Some have suggested the Town of Huntsville is more closely linked to Algonquin Park than it is to Muskoka, but whether viewed as part of the DOM or Ontario's best known provincial park, Huntsville is certainly a distinct destination, where pride of community is evident in every corner.

The best way to visually reflect that back to the community and the world is to fully appreciate the views and thoughts of residents and interested parties. With that said, we invite you to take the attached, short, survey to help us understand what you think about Huntsville. There are no right, wrong or preconceived notions so your frank and direct answers and opinions are both expected and welcome.

Help shape the design brief for Huntsville’s future community brand:

Take the Community Brand Survey today at https://www.research.net/r/BZ5KJWC

Through an RFP process, the Town of Huntsville has hired TWG Communications to lead the development of a community brand strategy and visual identity.

Community engagement is an important part of the process. Feedback from the community will play an important role in understanding how individuals and organizations view Huntsville both as a municipal entity and as a part of the District of Muskoka.

In terms of both population and land area, Huntsville is the largest municipality in Muskoka and the most northerly one too. Falling at the intersection of highways 11 and 60, Huntsville offers a direct link to Toronto and North Bay on the north/south route (Hwy11) and to Ottawa, via Algonquin Park, on the east/west route (Hwy 60).

Huntsville has a rich history of entrepreneurism, innovation and resourcefulness. What was once a rather remote outpost has evolved into a culturally sophisticated, contemporary community with year round activities and festivals, unique boutiques and restaurants, a burgeoning seasonal population, ongoing developments, and terrific art scene.

Some have suggested the Town of Huntsville is more closely linked to Algonquin Park than it is to Muskoka, but whether viewed as part of the DOM or Ontario's best known provincial park, Huntsville is certainly a distinct destination, where pride of community is evident in every corner.

The best way to visually reflect that back to the community and the world is to fully appreciate the views and thoughts of residents and interested parties. With that said, we invite you to take the attached, short, survey to help us understand what you think about Huntsville. There are no right, wrong or preconceived notions so your frank and direct answers and opinions are both expected and welcome.

Help shape the design brief for Huntsville’s future community brand:

Take the Community Brand Survey today at https://www.research.net/r/BZ5KJWC

Page last updated: 13 May 2022, 10:00 AM