Engage Bayswater panel launched

City of Bayswater community engagement advisor Janelle Easthope and community engagement officer Tara Swindells.
City of Bayswater community engagement advisor Janelle Easthope and community engagement officer Tara Swindells.

THE City of Bayswater is calling on residents and business owners to join its newly-launched Engage Bayswater Panel.

The online panel allows people to take part in surveys and engagement opportunities.

Every six to eight weeks, the City’s community engagement staff will check in with panel members and present opportunities for them to have their say.

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Mayor Dan Bull said the City wanted to give the community more opportunities to be consulted on projects and issues that affect them.

“The City has improved the way we consult with our community by leaps and bounds,” he said.

“The Engage Bayswater Panel is part of our commitment to include community members in our decision making.

“We want to give residents a ‘voice’ on local issues and an opportunity to have their say on what’s happening in their local area.”

Printed surveys will be available for people who do not have internet access.

Register at engage.bayswater.wa.gov.au.

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