City of Melton Community Panel
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What are your priorities for the City of Melton over the next four years?
Thank you to everyone who submitted their thoughts and ideas about living in the City of Melton so that we can better understand and plan to meet our community’s needs.
The survey closed midnight, Monday 8 March 2021
Having your say will help us to better understand community priorities as we develop our next four year Council and Wellbeing Plan.
What is this project about?
All councils in Victoria must develop a four-year Council Plan following the election of a new council. Councils are also required to adopt a four-year Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan. At Melton City Council, we have integrated the two plans into the Council & Wellbeing Plan.
We want to work with you to shape the future of our community by developing our new four-year Council & Wellbeing Plan, which outlines the actions we will take over the next four years to help work towards achieving the aspirations set out in the Community Vision 2041.
Whether you’re a resident, business owner, or visitor to the City of Melton, we want to know what’s important to you in the city where you live, work, or play. It’s important that we all work together to shape the future of the City of Melton.
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The City of Melton is growing rapidly and its community is changing. Current population projections suggest that by 2050 the City will have a population of just under 500,000, or a city as large as Canberra. As our City grows and changes, it’s important Council understands how those changes affect the needs and aspirations of our community. We want to hear your ideas and thoughts about what you want as we plan for its future. Community feedback is vital to informing those plans, so please take this opportunity to share your thoughts with us about what you want us to focus on over the next four years.
The feedback received from this part of the project will be one input that helps shape the development of the Council & Wellbeing Plan. It will also be used to inform the discussions we have in planned workshops with our community, Councillors and Melton City Council staff. The feedback will be collated in a report that will be posted on this project page at the completion of the project.
You can help shape the future of the City of Melton by completing the survey on this page and following this page to stay updated.
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