Thank you for helping us to understand what is important to you and how the City might contribute to achieving these things for your future. A report on the engagement is now available.Last Updated: 21 July 2020
About the Engagement
The City of Melville's Strategic Community Plan 2016-20 set out the community's aspirations as a desire to live in a City which is:
- Clean and green
- Safe and secure
- Promotes healthy lifestyles
- Supports growth and prosperity
- Builds a sense of community
- Supports sustainable and connected transport.
In 2019, the City conducted a survey into community wellbeing using questions related to those aspirations.
Hover over each aspiration icon to see what the community told us in 2019.
The results were very encouraging, but when it came down to priorities which the City should be focussing, you told us that while you could well be feeling safe and secure, and that your local area is clean and green, but you still think 'something more should be done". We need to determine if your priorities have changed since the COVID-19 pandemic and how this will impact our future strategic direction as a City. A new Strategic Community Plan and Corporate Plan required by legislation are due for publication in September 2020.
We invited you to take the online survey about your priorities and whether they have changed as a result of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
The survey closed at 5:00pm on Monday, 8 June 2020.
Read the engagement report here
Monday, 25 May 2020
Monday, 8 June 2020
Online Survey Closes
Friday, 19 June 2020
Analyse Survey Results
How We Engaged with You
Who did we engage with? How could you get involved?
We engaged with the City of Melville ratepayers and residents.
What happens to your feedback?
The community was invited to respond to the online survey on this page. Opportunity to participate in the survey was sent via direct emails to a random sample of City of Melville residents and ratepayers, and through advertisements in both social and print media, and the City's e-news channels.
Your responses from the online survey will be analysed and incorpated into the new Strategic Community Plan and Corporate Plan which are required by legislation and are due for publication in September 2020
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