What is the Draft Council Action Plan 2018-19?
The Draft Council Action Plan 2018-19 outlines the key priorities for 2018-19 that aim to achieve the broader C21 Long-term vision and goals of the Council Plan 2017-21.
Why is Council asking for my opinion on the Draft Council Action Plan 2018-19?
We want to provide you with as many opportunities as possible to get involved in Council decisions, projects and strategies. We are committed to having open, honest and transparent conversations with the community about plans for the future and want to regularly check in with the community to ensure that we are on the right track.
In 2016, over 3,000 people told us their vision for the City of Casey. This was followed by the People’s Panel in 2017 who further refined where you want to see the City of Casey in 2021.
We have drafted the Council Action Plan 2018-19 based on all of this community input and now it’s your turn to view what we have proposed and let us know what you think and why.
What are the competition terms and conditions?
1. This competition is open to people living in the City of Casey (excludes Council staff and Councillors).
2. The competition opens on Wednesday 7 March 2018.
3. Competition closes Wednesday 28 March at 5.00 pm. No late entries accepted.
4. There are five prizes of $80 Westfield vouchers.
5. The winners will be randomly selected from all those Casey residents who participate and provide feedback during the community consultation period from Wednesday 7 March 2018 until Wednesday 28 March at 5.00 pm.
6. The $80 Westfield vouchers cannot be redeemed for cash.
7. The winners of the $80 Westfield voucher will be drawn on Thursday 29 March.8. The prize winner will be notified via the email address or phone number provided when registering to participate in the Casey conversations community feedback page.
9. Only one entry is permitted per person.
How will my say affect the Draft Council Action Plan 2018-19?
All feedback received from the community on the Draft Council Action Plan 2018-19 will be considered in preparing the final draft that will be presented to Council in April.
Following this, you will have another opportunity to view the updated draft and provide feedback during May.
How can I obtain information in other formats or languages?
If you have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service on 133 677 or visit www.relayservice.com.au. If you would like to use our free interpreter service, contact us through the National Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450.