Community consultation at the City of Sydney
Welcome to the City of Sydney's community consultation hub.
This website is the place to find out about the City of Sydney's program of consultation - the projects and programs we are seeking your feedback on. Our consultation hub has information about community sessions and meetings, as well as opportunities to give feedback online through surveys, forums and submissions. Updates on the results of consultations are also posted here.
Your views, ideas and suggestions are important in helping to shape the future of Sydney. Your Future...Your Say Sydney!
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As users of our small parks and playgrounds, it's important to hear from local children on what they would like to see. In the consultation process for the upgrade of Chelsea Street Playground, the children from Bourke Street Public School came up with 444 ideas.
Today, Lord Mayor Clover Moore went back to the school and presented the draft plans to these young designers. A drop-in session for the local residents to have their say on the design plans will be held in May.read more
by Project Coordinator 9 Apr 2013, 2:37pm
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by Project Coordinator 3 Apr 2013, 11:11am
The City of Sydney has a vision to transform George Street into a vibrant, world-class public space – featuring light rail, more trees, and more space for people. Experience it for yourself at our free exhibition at Customs House, Circular Quay which will be open from 4 April to 3 May 2013.read more
by Project Coordinator 27 Mar 2013, 5:15pm
This consultation has now closed. We want to thank everyone who contributed their thoughts and ideas. We will be looking at all your feedback, along with our research as we develop our draft Cultural Policy. Stay tuned for more opportunities for you to tell us what creative life you want for Sydney.
The City of Sydney is developing its first Cultural Policy and we want to hear from you. We have launched our Creative City Cultural Policy Discussion Paper and invite you to make a submission, participate in our online forums, send us a tweet (#creativecitysyd) and be part of the conversation around what kind of creative life you want for Sydney.read more
by Project Coordinator 26 Mar 2013, 10:42am
The City of Sydney has plans to renew St James Park and John Street Reserve in Glebe to better connect the spaces, and provide new grassed areas, upgraded facilities, native habitat and new play equipment. We invite you to view our updated webpage for the latest news on this exciting local project for Glebe.read more
by Project Coordinator 22 Mar 2013, 2:08pm
The Eora Journey is a visionary project that celebrates the living culture of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in Sydney. Eora means ‘the people’ in the Gadigal language, so the Eora Journey is ‘the people’s journey’.
Marking the start of this incredible journey is a community celebration to officially launch the Eora Journey – the people’s journey on Saturday the 23rd March.read more
by Project Coordinator 15 Mar 2013, 10:44am
Come along to take a look at the newly renovated Erskineville Town Hall, and find out about some key projects happening in the Erskineville and Alexandria area. OPEN Erskineville will run from 10am to 1pm on Saturday 23 March 2013, with an official opening by the Lord Mayor at 11am.read more
by Project Coordinator 8 Mar 2013, 5:57pm
This consultation is now closed. Thanks to all who had their say on the draft Register of Significant Trees.
The Register of Significant Trees identifies and celebrates significant trees in the City. It helps guide the management of significant trees and their protection. The City has reviewed the register to update the listing of trees, identify new trees including those nominated by the community and make the register more user-friendly. The draft register is now on public exhibition and we invite you to have your say by 5pm 5 April 2013.
by Project Coordinator 8 Mar 2013, 12:31pm
The City of Sydney plans to revitalise Reconciliation Park as part of our commitment to provide excellent local parks and playgrounds. We spoke with children from Darlington Public School in September last year. Their ideas have been included in the designs of Reconciliation Park. View our Parks and Playgrounds page.
We’d like to hear your ideas for improving this park before 22 March 2013.read more
by Project Coordinator 26 Feb 2013, 3:01pm