City of Mandurah wants residents to ‘dare to dream’ in vision for City’s future

City of Mandurah wants residents to ‘dare to dream’ in vision for City’s future

THE City of Mandurah is calling for the community to ‘dare to dream’ and have their say about their vision for Mandurah’s future.

It’s now time to review goals set out in the 20 Year Strategic Community Plan 2013-2033 that the community helped create and the council is hosting workshops in which to highlight issues, priorities and ideas.

The workshops aim to gain feedback and an insight into what is currently important to the community and how it would like to be involved in shaping Mandurah’s future.

The workshops run from 5.30-7.30pm at the Tuckey Room at the City of Mandurah today (Wednesday) for Mandurah, Erskine or Halls Head residents, Port Bouvard Lifesaving Club tomorrow for Falcon, Wannanup, Dawesville, Bouvard, Herron or Clifton residents, Bortolo Pavilion, Greenfields on November 29 for Greenfields, Riverside Gardens, Coodanup or Dudley Park residents and November 30 for Parklands, Meadow Springs, Lakelands, Madora Bay, San Remo or Silver Sands residents.

Register on www.haveyoursaymandurah.com.au.