Resident feedback from Market Community Scorecard to inform Shire of Murray on direction over next 10 years

Resident feedback from Market Community Scorecard to inform Shire of Murray on direction over next 10 years

SHIRE of Murray will call on the community to rate service delivery, facilities and programs and help establish priority projects and initiatives for the next 10 years.

Shire President David Bolt said the Shire was appealing to all residents and ratepayers over 14 years old to complete the Market Community Scorecard.

“Responses inform the Shire’s 2030 Strategic Community Plan and better council’s understanding of community needs and aspirations, directly apportioned to the number of responses received,’’ he said.

“The scorecard enables continuous improvement and benchmarking of performance over time and against other local governments.’’

The survey will reach mail boxes and opens for online completion at www.catalyse.com.au/studies on Monday, April 30.

Additional hard copies will be available from the Shire of Murray, Murray Library, Murray Leisure Centre and Dwellingup History and Visitor Information Centre.

Submissions close on Friday, May 18.

A report will be available for community reference following the response period.

Further information about the study or for additional hard copies from 9531 7777 or mailbag@murray.wa.gov.au.

People who subscribe to the shire’s fortnightly eNewsletter, the MurrE-news before the close of submissions, will be entered in the draw for a $250 Visa gift card.

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