Advice Seeking Community Feedback | Brimbank & Northwest


Tara Murray

Brimbank’s board is looking for community members to be part of a working group to share their perspectives on the board’s assets.

The board is looking for 80 community members to participate in a community asset plan working group that will help the board develop its first-ever 10-year asset plan.

The plan will focus on three groups of existing public assets, parks, playgrounds and sports fields, community buildings and facilities, and shared roads, trails and paths.

Once formed, it will be subject to community feedback.

The working group will attend three workshops later this year to provide feedback and feedback to the board on how they would like to see board assets managed.

Topics will include what the board should do more and what should it do less and what are the trade-offs?

Participants who attend the three workshops will receive a $ 100 gift card to support personal expenses and to recognize their commitment.

Brimbank Mayor Ranka Rasic said the plan would help ensure existing public assets remain clean, safe and attractive, now and in the future.

“We want to continue to provide great public spaces that our community can enjoy and be proud of,” she said.

“Brimbank is a large municipality with many public assets, so we want to focus on what is most important to you.

“We are researching community perspectives and ideas to give us more information on how our community would like to see Brimbank’s parks and open spaces, community buildings, roads, trails and shared paths. managed and maintained. ”

Applications close on November 18

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