Community facility planning

Thank you to everyone who participated in this community engagement activity. Please find the results of this work in the document library.

This community consultation was open from 5 to 23 June 2017, to review how community facilities should be managed and maintained over the next 20 years.

What is community infrastructure?

Community infrastructure is Council owned or managed buildings providing health and wellbeing, sport and recreation, and community education opportunities for residents, workers and visitors, including those operated by clubs, community organisations or Council contractors.

Examples include:

  • Public parks and gardens
  • Sport, recreation and cultural facilities
  • Community meeting places and halls
  • Community resource centres

Please take a few minutes to view the fact sheets and complete the survey below, or join us at a community pop-in session if you'd like to talk more about your local community facilities.

Thank you to everyone who participated in this community engagement activity. Please find the results of this work in the document library.

This community consultation was open from 5 to 23 June 2017, to review how community facilities should be managed and maintained over the next 20 years.

What is community infrastructure?

Community infrastructure is Council owned or managed buildings providing health and wellbeing, sport and recreation, and community education opportunities for residents, workers and visitors, including those operated by clubs, community organisations or Council contractors.

Examples include:

  • Public parks and gardens
  • Sport, recreation and cultural facilities
  • Community meeting places and halls
  • Community resource centres

Please take a few minutes to view the fact sheets and complete the survey below, or join us at a community pop-in session if you'd like to talk more about your local community facilities.

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