It is down to two logo choices and it is up to residents to decide which concept will become Brockton‘s new official logo.
From now until June 13th, residents can vote for their preferred option via online or by visiting one
of the five drop boxes across the municipality.
All Brockton households will receive a letter and vote card in the mail with the five drop box locations at the Walkerton Library, the Walkerton Community Centre/Arena, Brockton Municipal Office, Cargill Library and the St.
John’s Lutheran Church in Elmwood.
Consultant Garry Williams says the logo was created based on the feed back on public consultation workshops that took place in April.
Fellow consultant Dani Stock says both logo concepts represent the diverse aspects of Brockton, including its rural, urban and residential qualities.
Imagery in the logos symbolizes the fertile farmland and flowing rivers that characterize the community’s landscape.
The log includes the catch phase Come home to community below it.
It is hoped that Come home to community will resonate with residents who view Brockton as a caring and vibrant community.
The new logo is just one aspect of the municipality’s overall branding project that is hoped will drive tourism, relocation and investment in Brockton.
The new logo will be officially announced later in June with the launch of Brockton’s new website.