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Draft Social Strategy

Community engagement has now closed. Comments were submitted from 29/04/2019 to 26/05/2019.

Strategy was endorsed at the 2 July 2019 Council meeting - See Council minutes.


Have your say on the City's new Social Strategy

Developed to illustrate how the City of Wanneroo will shape 'healthy, safe, vibrant and connected communities' through its many services and community plans, the Social Strategy is open for public comment until Sunday, 26 May.

The Strategy outlines a set of guiding principles which are to be the key considerations for the future creation of all community-directed plans.

The Strategy encompasses six key roles which the City will undertake in the delivery or facilitation of its services to achieve outcomes for the community. These are:

  • Information and Engagement
  • Policy and Planning
  • Service and Facility Provision
  • Advocacy and Support
  • Community Leadership and Empowerment
  • Partnership Development.

Feedback invited
Residents are encouraged to provide feedback on the Strategy, particularly on its guiding principles and key roles/approaches - See attached document, pages 10 to 12.

The Strategy also incorporates 'services' which are delivered by the City. While residents are welcome to provide feedback on these, this service listing will remain unchanged until 2020, when the City conducts a review of the Strategic Community Plan.

A summary document is also attached providing a snapshot of the strategy - See attachment.

Please email comments through to the City of Wanneroo or write to Chief Executive Officer, City of Wanneroo, Locked Bag 1. Wanneroo WA 6946.

Any feedback received at this time will be incorporated and considered alongside this broader review.

The final Social Strategy is due to be reviewed by Council in July 2019.