Let's Talk about the Strategic Community Plan

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the Draft Strategic Community Plan.

At its meeting on 23 May 2017, Council adopted the Strategic Community Plan 2017 - 2027. A text-only version is now available in the Document Library for your viewing. The final colour version will be available online at the City's website shortly.

Once again, thank you to everyone who contributed to the development of this plan, which guides the City in delivering responsive, effective and efficient services for its community.


UPDATE

Tell us what you think!

The City had an overwhelming response from the community who

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the Draft Strategic Community Plan.

At its meeting on 23 May 2017, Council adopted the Strategic Community Plan 2017 - 2027. A text-only version is now available in the Document Library for your viewing. The final colour version will be available online at the City's website shortly.

Once again, thank you to everyone who contributed to the development of this plan, which guides the City in delivering responsive, effective and efficient services for its community.


UPDATE

Tell us what you think!

The City had an overwhelming response from the community who provided input to the development of the Draft Strategic Community Plan and would like to thank everyone that participated.

At it's March meeting, Council approved the Draft Strategic Community Plan 2017 - 2027 for the purpose of consultation. The draft plan is available to view in the document library along with the minutes of the Council meeting (see page 92).

You are now invited to provide comment on the draft plan by completing the submission form below, or via email to fiona.bentley@bayswater.wa.gov.au. Comments close at 5pm Monday 8 May 2017.



Every four years Council undertakes a major review of the Strategic Community Plan (SCP) to help plan for the future and ensure that services reflect the community's aspirations. The SCP covers a minimum period of ten years and is supported by the Corporate Business Plan.

We are seeking community input to help us understand what you are most proud of as a resident or ratepayer of the City of Bayswater; what one thing Council could do within their capacity to make a real difference for the community; and one thing that you believe the Council could stop doing, or do less of? This information will help us to prioritise the many activities, services and facilities that Council provides.


Why should I get involved?

1. It is easy to have your say,

2. It is important that we hear from a wide range of people to understand your views,

3. Future plans for the City of Bayswater will be created in response to this survey.

4. We will keep you informed.

How can I get involved?

A team of engagement ambassadors will be attending community events and public spaces between 4 November and 9 December with iPads to encourage people to answer the five minute on-line survey. You can also access the survey from the City of Bayswater website or Facebook page. Libraries and Information Centres will also have access to the surveys and reply paid postcards are available for people who do not have access to computers or mobile devices.

Locations and events where I can complete a survey


  • Bayswater Waves
  • The Rise
  • All City of Bayswater Libraries - Bayswater, Maylands and Morley
  • Customer service/information points at the Morley Galleria Shopping Centre and The RISE in Maylands.

Complete - Online Survey



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Tell us what you think about the City's Draft Strategic Community Plan.

    Provide your comments below by 5pm on Monday 8 May 2017.

    Tell us what you think about the City's Draft Strategic Community Plan.

    Provide your comments below by 5pm on Monday 8 May 2017.

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