Strengthening the New Communities Program
The Strengthening New Communities Program is a series of pop-up activities for residents living in emerging communities. It gives the community a chance to get out in their local area and connect. They can find out more about Council services and get to know their neighbours and the local community.
The Community Strengthening Team is offering free leadership support. It’s aimed at anyone who has a passion for helping their local community. Please contact the Community Strengthening Officer for further details on 9705 5200.
Community gardens are places to come together to garden and grow food in your community. This provides a chance to get to know the environment and create social connections.
View the Communities Gardens Policy to find out how to start or be involved in a community garden.
Casey community garden network meetings
Are you passionate about community gardens?
Would you like to learn how you can get involved?
The City of Casey hosts network meetings for anyone interested in community gardening.
For all enquiries please contact the Community Strengthening Officer on 9705 5200.
Wall of Global Friendships
The idea of a Wall of Global Friendships came from the community as a unique way to recognise Casey’s cultural diversity. It features several plaques contributed by our multicultural communities of Casey. Each plaque at the Wall bears a message of friendship and goodwill. It's a symbol of a vibrant and diverse city.
The Wall of Global Friendships aims to:
- Celebrate and acknowledge Casey’s diversity and friendship/sister city relationships.
- Recognise the contribution of various cultural/ethnic communities that have settled in Casey.
- Promote friendship and goodwill between Casey’s diverse cultural groups.
- Recognise community organisations committed to cultural inclusiveness and global friendship.
- Provide a meeting place for multicultural ceremonies, special occasions and national events.
The Wall of Global Friendships is at the back of the Balla Balla Community Centre.
If your community group would like to take part, you can complete an Expression of Interest (EOI). Submit the completed form by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Wall of Friendship enquiries please contact the Community Program Officer on 9705 5200.
Please share this information with neighbours or any networks you may have in the local area.