Community consultation

The City of Casey is committed to community consultation as a way of ensuring Council provides services and programs in line with the needs and preferences of the community. Council’s community consultation program allows people to become involved in Council’s decision-making processes so they can help shape decisions that affect them and their community.

Examples of community consultation include asking the community for feedback on Council policies, service delivery performance or involving the community in the progress or review of specific projects or developments.

For more information, please refer to Council’s Community Engagement Strategy.

Casey Conversations

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.

Council will post additional and supporting information in the FAQs and Library sections of each Conversation and encourages all Casey residents to share their views in this moderated forum.

Open consultations

Council's online services

Help us improve how you interact with us online!

We are looking for residents to participate in interviews, workshops and surveys to understand their experience when interacting with Council services online.

Council is committed to delivering services that are customer focused. We want to make sure your online experience is the best it can possibly be, so you have more time to do things you enjoy.

After signing up you will occasionally receive emails from Council when we are looking for people needing to use particular Council services, such as registering pets or booking hard waste collections.

Sign up today and get involved!



Draft Pound and Shrives Road Residential Area Development Plan

The City of Casey has prepared a draft Development Plan for the Pound and Shrives Road Residential Area, Hampton Park

The draft Development Plan proposes residential development and outlines the design and development outcomes to be achieved in the future redevelopment of the site.  

Find out more about the Draft Pound and Shrives Road Residential Area Development Plan and provide your feedback.

31 January 2018
Draft Casey Western Port Green Wedge Management Plan

The Western Port Green Wedge is one of Melbourne’s 12 Green Wedges.  The Green Wedges are generally located on the outskirts of Melbourne outside the urban growth boundary and separate Melbourne’s growth areas.  Green Wedges, unlike parks and open spaces, are active, living areas that include agriculture, areas of environmental significance and lifestyle living.

Find out more about the Draft Casey Western Port Green Wedge Management Plan and provide your feedback.

13 November 2017

Planning Scheme Amendments

List of Planning Scheme Amendments to the Casey Planning Scheme that are on exhibition.



Streets Ahead: Planning for Casey's transport future

Casey’s Future – A plan for Children, Young People and Families 2017-21

Earlier in the year, we asked  parents, guardians, grandparents and children about their greatest hopes and fears for the future. This feedback was used to help us draft Casey's Future - A Plan for Children, Young People and Families 2017-21. The draft plan highlights our five top priorities:

  • Families - To support and strengthen Casey’s unique diverse children, young people and families.
  • Community - To build a community where children feel safe, connected and included.
  • Health and Wellbeing - To continue to provide, promote and improve health, wellbeing and developmental outcomes for children, young people and families
  • Participation - To involve children, young people and families in opportunities to influence matters that effect you as active citizens in their community
  • Partnership - To work collaboratively to support better outcomes for children, young people and families

We'd now like to invite you to view the draft and let us know what you think.

Public feedback is open until 5.00pm, Friday 5 January, 2018.

Friday 5 January 2018
Local Traffic Management Program 

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


Closed consultations

View a summary of some of the recently closed community consultations.