The City of Whittlesea has drafted three key strategies to help bring to life itsWhittlesea 2040 community vision of A Place for All. We would love to hear your thoughts and feedback on the three strategies. Consultation is open until 29 October 2023.

The draft Connected Community Strategy 2023–2033, draft Liveable Neighbourhoods Strategy 2023–2033 and the draft Long-Term Community Infrastructure Plan were endorsed for further consultation at the 19 September Council Meeting.

The three strategies are part of Council’s seven key strategies, and also include the Sustainable Environment Strategy 2022–2032, High Performing Organisation Strategy 2023–2028, Strong Local Economy Strategy, and Reconciliation Action Plan.

In June, Council hosted two Community Priorities focus groups, with participants chosen to reflect the diversity of the local community.

The focus groups comprised people of diverse ages, genders, abilities, cultural backgrounds, suburbs and household structures and provided valuable insights to assist Council shape these strategies.

Council also conducted 14 pop-up consultations across the municipality to capture our community’s priorities and feedback was sought online via the Community Priorities project page.

Talk to us in person

We will be at the following locations and available to answer any questions or gather your feedback.

Tuesday 17 October 2023 06:15 pm to 07:15 pm

Galada Community Centre

Community Forum prior to Administrator Meet and Greet
10B Forum Way

Wednesday 18 October 2023 10:30 am to 12:30 pm

Whittlesea Services Hub

Church Street

Wednesday 18 October 2023 02:30 pm to 04:30 pm

Whittlesea Library

57-61 Laurel Street