Online Community Engagement Network

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Like to join our new Online Community Engagement Network?  We would like you to be part of it!   View the Network's Terms of Reference.

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If you live, work in, or visit the City of Wanneroo, you are invited to join our new Online Community Engagement Network.

The Network is simply a group of people who have opted in to receive community engagement communications from the City.

Members have no official role, but will be the first to be notified on upcoming consultations through email.  Then, if interested, you can read up further on the advertised projects, have a say, or nominate to be involved.

The City’s Your Say page on our website is a hub for all community engagement activity.  You can save Your Say on your PC as a favourite and visit it regularly and:

  • select the projects you wish to receive updates on
  • share your views on-line, or
  • contact us directly with your views or ideas.

We are committed to engaging with local communities to improve our services and guide our long-term planning and investments.
On an ongoing basis, your views and ideas on our plans will guide our decision-making.

Need help

Email the City’s Engagement Advisor or call 9405 5864 if you need any help or to provide feedback.

Key Dates

Official Network launch

    January - Register online now to join.

    Date: 31/01/2019

Current key engagements (NOW OPEN)

    1) DRAFT Tourism Plan; 2) Wanneroo - Central Ward Dog Park; 3) Neerabup - Business Plan, Major Trading Undertaking; 4) Draft Social Strategy - See Your Say Homepage

    Date: 30/05/2019


Coming engagements

    Burns Beach to Mindarie Dual Use Path (Joint project led by City of Joondalup); Yanchep - Splendid Park Skate Park; Merriwa - Addison Park, Upgrade Sports Floodlighting and Oval Extension; Strategic Community Plan Review; Sports Floodlighting Installation at Hainsworth Park, Girrawheen and Koondoola Park, Koondoola.

    Date: 31/05/2019

Council reports

    Tuesday, 9 April 2019 - Report to Council on Draft Social Strategy; Warradale Park Skate and BMX facility; Leatherback Park Sports Amenities; and Tourism Plan.

    Date: 09/04/2019

Submit your comments

Please refer to the City's Rules of Engagement before submitting a comment.

Shared community comments


by Resident, 17 days ago
Please keep Gumblossum Park as a dog exercise area so that it is available for use by the whole community. This is not a safety issue for children. Our children attended that school before the school fences were installed without any issues. Maybe they could widen the school fencing if necessary. Most families have dogs in the area and the whole family benefits from exercising here. Unfortunately there are always a minority who don’t pick up after their pet, this is a problem wherever you go. When our children played sports at this and other ovals it was the clubs job to scan the area for cleanliness before play and the parents were happy to do this. A lot of resources go into maintaining the grounds so maybe some of this can be directed to rangers enforcing fines for owners not cleaning up. As for dogs running off lead causing concern, this is a minority of people who have irrational fears and the dogs and owners should not be punished for this. Dogs barking is a greater problem in the community and this would be compounded if dogs do not have easy access to adequate exercise space. Many people will be devastated to see this park changed as it is so vital to our local community.

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