Restart Vic Park

To help Victoria Park move beyond COVID-19 the Town is developing a COVID-19 Action Plan. This plan will outline specific activities aimed at reconnecting our community and reactivating our local economy and is guided the newly adopted COVID-19 Response Strategy.

Overseen by the COVID-19 Response Working Group (CRWG), the development of the Action Plan will come from existing plans and strategies. The outcomes of this Action Plan will also be informed by emerging opportunities and community engagement.

We want to hear from our community on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted you. What challenges have you faced? How well did the Town respond? What are the changes that you’ve experienced? Share your story and be part of our history.

What is happening now?

Consultation has closed and feedback received is under review by the project team.

How can I find out more information?

  • Ask a question
  • Contact your neighbourhood Place Planner direct on 9311 8811

What s the Statewide Community Resilience Scorecard?

The Statewide Community Resilience Scorecard survey launched 8 June 2020. Funded by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, supported by CATALYSE® and LG Professionals WA, this initiative is separate to the Towns Restart Vic Park survey, but aims to capture the thoughts of all WA residents over the age of 18. We encourage everyone to complete the scorecard by visiting www.research.net/r/MARKYT.


To help Victoria Park move beyond COVID-19 the Town is developing a COVID-19 Action Plan. This plan will outline specific activities aimed at reconnecting our community and reactivating our local economy and is guided the newly adopted COVID-19 Response Strategy.

Overseen by the COVID-19 Response Working Group (CRWG), the development of the Action Plan will come from existing plans and strategies. The outcomes of this Action Plan will also be informed by emerging opportunities and community engagement.

We want to hear from our community on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted you. What challenges have you faced? How well did the Town respond? What are the changes that you’ve experienced? Share your story and be part of our history.

What is happening now?

Consultation has closed and feedback received is under review by the project team.

How can I find out more information?

  • Ask a question
  • Contact your neighbourhood Place Planner direct on 9311 8811

What s the Statewide Community Resilience Scorecard?

The Statewide Community Resilience Scorecard survey launched 8 June 2020. Funded by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, supported by CATALYSE® and LG Professionals WA, this initiative is separate to the Towns Restart Vic Park survey, but aims to capture the thoughts of all WA residents over the age of 18. We encourage everyone to complete the scorecard by visiting www.research.net/r/MARKYT.


Share your story

Years from now we’ll look back and want to know how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted our community. We would like to give you the opportunity to make your voice part of our archives.

We want to give everyone the opportunity to post examples of how their life has changed during COVID-19 so that others in the future may look back and learn.

You can upload photos, videos, audio files, illustrations documents or simply share a story showing changes to your home life, schooling, workplace and leisure activities. 

If you experience difficulties uploading videos or images, please send them to yourthoughts@vicpark.wa.gov.au and we'll upload on your behalf.


Thank you for sharing your story with us.
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