Local Government Community Satisfaction Survey
The City of Casey is participating in the 2016 Local Government Community Satisfaction Survey with selected Casey residents to be invited to have their say on Council’s performance from February to March.
Casey residents will be invited to have their say on Council’s overall performance over the last 12 months, community consultation and engagement, lobbying on behalf of the community, most recent contact with Council during the last 12 months, overall Council direction during the last 12 months, attendance at Council run or sponsored events, and their sense of belonging in the community.
The independent research firm JWS Research has been selected on behalf of the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning to undertake the survey and will randomly contact Casey residents over the age of 18 by telephone or mobile during February to March 2016.
Council encourages residents to participate in the survey and help shape the services which affect them day-to-day.
The results of the survey will impact everyone within the municipality, so if you get the call – have your say!
For more information call Customer Service.
Council is seeking feedback from residents on the Draft Autumn Place Masterplan.
The Autumn Place Masterplan sets out a framework for the use, development and regeneration of the Autumn Place neighbourhood activity centre over the next 20 years. The purpose of the masterplan is to coordinate future change within the Autumn Place neighbourhood activity centre and its immediate catchment. It identifies projects that could be delivered now and into the future to help revitalise Autumn Place, enhance the performance of local businesses and quality of life for the community.
View the draft masterplan and have your say by Friday 26 Februrary 2016.
If you have any questions, please call Customer Service.
Council is seeking feedback from residents on the draft Development Plan for 58 Doveton Avenue, Eumemmerring. It provides guidance for the future residential development at for the former Eumemmerring Primary School surplus education site.
The proposed Development Plan provides an opportunity for more diverse housing and identifies the various site constraints and opportunities. The draft plan outlines key design outcomes, including the form of proposed residential development and sets requirements to be addressed prior to the assessment of any planning permit application.
View the draft plan (3mb) and provide your feedback in writing to:
Feedback must be received by Council no later than 5.00 pm Wednesday 24 February 2016.
For more information visit the frequently asked page or email email@example.com or call Customer Service.
The development of the Narre Warren South area is almost complete and most of the projects listed in the Narre Warren South Development Contribution Plan have been delivered, with the exception of a tennis facility that includes courts and a pavilion.
As construction of this facility has not commenced, there is an opportunity to reconsider the allocation of these funds.
Council is seeking your views on what you would like to see these funds spent on to support leisure and recreation within the western part of the Berwick Springs Wetland Reserve.
Have your say on the type of facilities you would like to see delivered, visit Casey Conversations by Friday 19 February 2016.
City of Casey Market Research
From November 2015 to mid February 2016, your household may receive a visit from an independent market research agency, Metropolis Research, that have been commissioned by Council to conduct face to face interviews.
The City of Casey is improving how it involves the community in projects and decision making, and how it advocates to other levels of government on behalf of the community.
We are interested in hearing your views on how effective we are at consulting the community now and how you would like it to be in the future. We are also interested in your suggestions on how we can advocate to other levels of government for improvements to services and infrastructure that are important to you.
For more information, please call Customer Service.
The Local Traffic Management program prioritises local roads for traffic calming measures through the annual Capital Works Program such as signage, roundabouts or speed humps, where there are high instances of road safety concerns.
Have your say on Council’s Local Traffic Management program priorities.
Listing of Planning Scheme Amendments to the Casey Planning Scheme that are on exhibition.
Casey Conversations hosts a number of Community Conversations where residents can ask questions, provide feedback to Council and talk to each other about local issues affecting Casey’s future. Visit the Casey Conversations website.
Listing public notices that have been published in newspapers.