Strategic Community Plan Major Review 2022/2023

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It's time to review our Strategic Community Plan!

The Strategic Community Plan is the Shire of Denmark's principal guiding document, sitting above all of our plans and strategies.

During the review, we're inviting our community to participate so we can ensure community priorities and aspirations are accurately represented in Council's highest level document. You can read the current Strategic Community Plan 'Denmark 2027' here.

So, why is this important to you?

Council uses the Strategic Community Plan to guide decision-making for the decade ahead. If you live or work in the Shire of Denmark, this is your chance to tell us what our priorities should be for the future. Help us set the course ahead for our community, environment and way of life. Read our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

How do I get involved?

The very first thing to do is to stay informed by subscribing to our Let's Talk mailing list using the icon to the right of your screen. (Scroll down if viewing on a mobile phone). Then, there are a few levels of interaction you can choose to have with Let's Talk. It all depends on how interested you are...

  • Interested
    • subscribe to Let's Talk mailing list so you can stay up-to-date
    • keep an eye out for pop-up engagements around the Shire to participate in
  • Really interested (all of the above, plus....)
    • Complete our 'We're Listening' Mini Questionnaire
    • become an ambassador for Let's Talk. Tell your family and friends how easy it is to participate!
    • attend a Let's Talk community workshop
  • Really, really interested (all of the above, plus....)
    • read the draft Strategic Community Plan once it is released for Public Comment
    • participate in the Public Comment period
    • come along to the Ordinary Council Meeting when the draft Strategic Community Plan is tabled for adoption

As engagement events and activities are finalised in the coming weeks and months, more information will be made available on how to participate. Stay tuned!

It's time to review our Strategic Community Plan!

The Strategic Community Plan is the Shire of Denmark's principal guiding document, sitting above all of our plans and strategies.

During the review, we're inviting our community to participate so we can ensure community priorities and aspirations are accurately represented in Council's highest level document. You can read the current Strategic Community Plan 'Denmark 2027' here.

So, why is this important to you?

Council uses the Strategic Community Plan to guide decision-making for the decade ahead. If you live or work in the Shire of Denmark, this is your chance to tell us what our priorities should be for the future. Help us set the course ahead for our community, environment and way of life. Read our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

How do I get involved?

The very first thing to do is to stay informed by subscribing to our Let's Talk mailing list using the icon to the right of your screen. (Scroll down if viewing on a mobile phone). Then, there are a few levels of interaction you can choose to have with Let's Talk. It all depends on how interested you are...

  • Interested
    • subscribe to Let's Talk mailing list so you can stay up-to-date
    • keep an eye out for pop-up engagements around the Shire to participate in
  • Really interested (all of the above, plus....)
    • Complete our 'We're Listening' Mini Questionnaire
    • become an ambassador for Let's Talk. Tell your family and friends how easy it is to participate!
    • attend a Let's Talk community workshop
  • Really, really interested (all of the above, plus....)
    • read the draft Strategic Community Plan once it is released for Public Comment
    • participate in the Public Comment period
    • come along to the Ordinary Council Meeting when the draft Strategic Community Plan is tabled for adoption

As engagement events and activities are finalised in the coming weeks and months, more information will be made available on how to participate. Stay tuned!

Page last updated: 22 Nov 2022, 03:30 PM