Community Assets - At the core of your neighbourhood

This consultation has concluded. If you wish to ask a question or make a submission on the Special Rate Variation please visit the Special Rate Variation Consultation page which you can find on the main page of Have Your Say Willoughby.

Please take a look at our Community Assets Movie on the right of your screen.

This online discussion forum on Community Assets marks the beginning of an in depth consultation that will take place between the community and Council over the next 12 months. During this time discussions will be run in several phases and will include workshops, public meetings, online consultation, surveys and information stalls. The feedback we receive from the community will help us plan our future spending on services and assets.

We would love to hear your feedback on our:

 

Please take a look at our Community Assets Movie on the right of your screen.

This online discussion forum on Community Assets marks the beginning of an in depth consultation that will take place between the community and Council over the next 12 months. During this time discussions will be run in several phases and will include workshops, public meetings, online consultation, surveys and information stalls. The feedback we receive from the community will help us plan our future spending on services and assets.

We would love to hear your feedback on our:

 

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
Discussions: All (4) Open (4)
  • We would love it if you could let us know your level of satisfaction with our local parks, playgrounds and sportsgrounds. What improvements would you like to see? What do you like about these assets at present? How do you use our parks, playgrounds and sportsgorunds?

    Thanks for taking the time to Have Your Say!

    We would love it if you could let us know your level of satisfaction with our local parks, playgrounds and sportsgrounds. What improvements would you like to see? What do you like about these assets at present? How do you use our parks, playgrounds and sportsgorunds?

    Thanks for taking the time to Have Your Say!

  • Willoughby Council would like to know your thoughts about the quality of footpaths in the Willoughby area.

    Are you satisfied with the standard of footpaths or would you like to see improvements?

    Feel free to let us know of any specific examples you can think of.   

    Willoughby Council would like to know your thoughts about the quality of footpaths in the Willoughby area.

    Are you satisfied with the standard of footpaths or would you like to see improvements?

    Feel free to let us know of any specific examples you can think of.   

  • Council assesses the quality of, and need for, all community assets, and is building up information about a number of different factors. The sorts of things we consider are the physical condition of assets, whether we have the rights kinds of assets in the right places, whether their capacity is enough to meet demand and whether they comply with safety and accessibility standards. You may have experience with some of these factors from your own use of community assets. 

    Keeping these factors in mind, what current and future issues do you believe Council faces  with regards to community assets?

    Council assesses the quality of, and need for, all community assets, and is building up information about a number of different factors. The sorts of things we consider are the physical condition of assets, whether we have the rights kinds of assets in the right places, whether their capacity is enough to meet demand and whether they comply with safety and accessibility standards. You may have experience with some of these factors from your own use of community assets. 

    Keeping these factors in mind, what current and future issues do you believe Council faces  with regards to community assets?

  • The large range of services provided by Council relies on a pool of assets valued at over $760M. These include buildings, roads, bridges, footpaths, kerb and gutter, stormwater, parks, playgrounds, sportsgrounds and bushland.

    We’d love to hear about which services you frequently use and which community assets you rely on.

    The large range of services provided by Council relies on a pool of assets valued at over $760M. These include buildings, roads, bridges, footpaths, kerb and gutter, stormwater, parks, playgrounds, sportsgrounds and bushland.

    We’d love to hear about which services you frequently use and which community assets you rely on.