Community feedback continues to drive City’s Action Plan

Published on Thursday, 20 June 2024 at 8:49:47 AM

Mayor Glenn Wilson and Elected Members will hold a community town hall meeting next week to update residents on the actions taken since last year’s Community Perception Survey.

Feedback received from the Community Perception Survey drove the development of a Community Perception Survey Action Plan, with several priority items from the plan now successfully completed.

Last year’s Community Perception Survey provided invaluable insights into the priorities of Kalgoorlie-Boulder residents. Building upon the feedback gathered from over 1,300 participants, the City developed the Community Perception Survey Action Plan, which consists of targeted initiatives and solutions to respond to community needs.

Mayor Glenn Wilson said feedback assists the City's understanding of how to best prioritise infrastructure, services and support.

“Since receiving this feedback, and following the election of Council last October, we have been working on addressing the priorities identified including the implementation of our Community Safety and Prevention Plan, ongoing engagement and consultation with senior residents, and important footpath and road improvements.”

”We invite all residents to join us at the upcoming Community Town Hall meeting to hear about what’s been achieved so far and the City’s priority projects.”

“When elected, Council committed to continue to listen to the community and keep them informed. The Community Town Hall provides an in-person forum for discussing current and future priorities and an opportunity for residents to have their questions answered.”

“The City thanks all residents who took the time to share their thoughts as this has helped understand what the community really wants, helped the City make informed decisions, and refine our priorities in line with community needs,” Mayor Wilson said.

“We will continue to work on actions across two main priority areas – Our People and Our Places, as part of the Community Perception Survey Action Plan, which outlines tangible actions for the City to implement, and I encourage everyone to stay informed of where our resources will be focussed over the next few months.”

The Community Town Hall meeting will be held from 4pm-5pm, 28 June at the Boulder Town Hall. Pre-registration is encouraged via that City’s website

The full 2023 Community Perception Survey results and Community Perception Survey Action Plan are available on the City’s website

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Community Town Hall Meeting

The City invites all residents, businesses, and community members to join us for our first Community Town Hall Meeting where we will review achievements over the last year and discuss future initiatives.

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