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Consultation has concluded

We want to know how we can best work with you – our community – on some of the projects, events and initiatives delivered within the Town of Victoria Park. The traditional way of doing things in local government is for these to be developed and implemented by Town officers, however we’d like to find out where there is interest for the community to be more involved.

What do you love about your neighbourhood? How can we become a more resilient and socially connected community?

We will use this feedback to shape the future direction of the Town, and identify the types of initiatives that residents, community groups, businesses and other stakeholders care about and would be willing to inform, lead and/or participate in.

This engagement will also help to develop a community principles document and review of the Town’s Public Participation Policy.

What is happening now?

Consultation has closed and the feedback received is under review by the Project Team. A draft 'Commitment to Community' document has been drafted and can be viewed in the document library.

How can I find out more information?

We want to know how we can best work with you – our community – on some of the projects, events and initiatives delivered within the Town of Victoria Park. The traditional way of doing things in local government is for these to be developed and implemented by Town officers, however we’d like to find out where there is interest for the community to be more involved.

What do you love about your neighbourhood? How can we become a more resilient and socially connected community?

We will use this feedback to shape the future direction of the Town, and identify the types of initiatives that residents, community groups, businesses and other stakeholders care about and would be willing to inform, lead and/or participate in.

This engagement will also help to develop a community principles document and review of the Town’s Public Participation Policy.

What is happening now?

Consultation has closed and the feedback received is under review by the Project Team. A draft 'Commitment to Community' document has been drafted and can be viewed in the document library.

How can I find out more information?

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
  • There's really no point people saying what they'd like to see for the part without first informing us what the restrictions are eg with heritage listing Also, was community input not already sought at the open day some time ago? What happened to that?

    Bikerbetty asked about 1 year ago

    Thanks for your feedback.  

    There is currently another consultation being undertaken on Edward Millen and an opportunity to sit on a Design Reference Group which will outline viable options for the site (and feedback about previous information collated about the site).  If you would like to be involved then please go to https://yourthoughts.victoriapark.wa.gov.au/edmillenpark 

  • why is the town of Victoria park not developing any skateparks within is area?

    freestyle now asked about 1 year ago

    Hi Freestyle now,

    At this stage the Town has a number of skate facilities including:

    • McCallum Park in Victoria Park (accommodating different levels with the skate bowl and ramps)
    • Ramps at John Bissett Park in East Victoria Park 
    • Bike paths which can be used
    If the community is interested in expanding skate facilities we would need to have a big demand for this and have community groups and members to work with the Town to scope out feasibility for more skate parks.