Draft Community Plan 2016-2027

Consultation has concluded


We are currently reviewing the City of Charles Sturt Community Plan 2016-2027 and invite you to submit feedback.

The Community Plan is our lead strategic document. It was launched in 2013 following consultation to determine the community’s vision and ambitions for Charles Sturt. The plan sets out how we plan to achieve this vision over the next decade and focuses our work into five theme areas: our community, our liveability, our environment, our economy and our leadership.

The Local Government Act requires us to review the Community Plan within 2 years of a new council being elected. The review provides the opportunity to adjust the plan to reflect changing priorities and needs, and ensure that we remain on track in delivering the quality of life and environment that Charles Sturt residents, businesses and visitors desire.

To date, we have undertaken a review of the goals and objectives set in 2013 for each theme area. We have reviewed this content against the work we have completed over the last 3 years, and our current and planned projects and priorities. Council staff, Elected Members and our community E-panel have provided significant input into the review.

As a result we have refined the 5 theme areas and their associated goals and objectives. A new vision and mission for the City of Charles Sturt as a local government organisation has also been developed.


We are now seeking community feedback on the Draft Plan, which you can view here. Your feedback will help us determine the final direction of the Community Plan.

To share your views you can:



Consultation closes Friday September 30.



We are currently reviewing the City of Charles Sturt Community Plan 2016-2027 and invite you to submit feedback.

The Community Plan is our lead strategic document. It was launched in 2013 following consultation to determine the community’s vision and ambitions for Charles Sturt. The plan sets out how we plan to achieve this vision over the next decade and focuses our work into five theme areas: our community, our liveability, our environment, our economy and our leadership.

The Local Government Act requires us to review the Community Plan within 2 years of a new council being elected. The review provides the opportunity to adjust the plan to reflect changing priorities and needs, and ensure that we remain on track in delivering the quality of life and environment that Charles Sturt residents, businesses and visitors desire.

To date, we have undertaken a review of the goals and objectives set in 2013 for each theme area. We have reviewed this content against the work we have completed over the last 3 years, and our current and planned projects and priorities. Council staff, Elected Members and our community E-panel have provided significant input into the review.

As a result we have refined the 5 theme areas and their associated goals and objectives. A new vision and mission for the City of Charles Sturt as a local government organisation has also been developed.


We are now seeking community feedback on the Draft Plan, which you can view here. Your feedback will help us determine the final direction of the Community Plan.

To share your views you can:



Consultation closes Friday September 30.


Consultation has concluded
  • Community Information Night

    almost 3 years ago
    Community

    Do you prefer to share your views face to face? Then come along to our Community Plan Information night!

    Charles Sturt Civic Centre, 72 Woodville Road
    20 September, 6.00-7.30pm

    Doors open 6.00pm. Presentation starts at 6.30pm, followed by Q&A session.
    Refreshments provided.

    RSVP on 8408 1364 for catering purposes.

    Do you prefer to share your views face to face? Then come along to our Community Plan Information night!

    Charles Sturt Civic Centre, 72 Woodville Road
    20 September, 6.00-7.30pm

    Doors open 6.00pm. Presentation starts at 6.30pm, followed by Q&A session.
    Refreshments provided.

    RSVP on 8408 1364 for catering purposes.