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Published on 06 April 2021

Get involved in the development of our Council Plan and Municipal Health and Wellbeing Plan

Council is currently developing its key guiding documents for the next four years.

The Council Plan 2021–2025 will outline how we will support our community, how we will plan for the
future and how we will deliver on the priorities for our City.

At the same time we are developing our new Municipal Health and Wellbeing Plan 2021–2025. Understanding how we can best support our community members and address a range of important health and wellbeing priorities will be the focus of this Plan.

Glen Eira Mayor Cr Margaret Esakoff said over the next few months there will be a broad range of opportunities for residents to contribute their ideas to the development of these plans.

“We want to hear from as many people as possible from various backgrounds and all life stages — everyone’s voice is important,” she said.

“We want to understand what is most important to you so that it can help us shape our future planning.

“There will be many options available to have your say including: surveys; pop-up engagements; focus groups; and targeted engagement activities with key stakeholders, people with disabilities, children and young people and community groups and organisations.”

To participate in our online engagement and to find out more about opportunities to get involved, visit www.haveyoursaygleneira.com.au/a-healthy-inclusive-andconnected-glen-eira


 

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