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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Community, business and sustainability professional representatives
Thank you. Nominations have now closed.
Do you have expertise & an interest in the living more sustainability? Can you commit time to support the Green Living Centre’s Reference Committee? If YES, then we would love to hear from you!
Based in Newtown, the Green Living Centre is a joint partnership of City of Sydney and Marrickville Councils aiming to inspire, enable and help local communities to live more sustainably.read more
by Project Coordinator 30 Oct 2012, 2:30pm
Thanks to more than 26 dedicated community members who gave up their sunny Saturday morning on 13 October to help us plan the educational programs, design elements, produce and community involvement opportunities for the upcoming City Farm Summer Garden at Sydney Park.
by Project Coordinator 29 Oct 2012, 9:57am
Australian architects have reaffirmed their world class credentials with four of the five short-listed designs in the Green Square Library and Plaza design competition being home grown.
The top five designs hail from architects in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Fremantle, joining a firm from England’s West Midlands. They were drawn from the 168 entries that poured in from 29 countries and from around the nation.
Find out who has been selected in the final five and view their designs here.
by Engagement Coordinator 19 Oct 2012, 4:07pm
This consultation has now closed. Thank you for your feedback.
The City of Sydney is proposing to install barbecue facilities at Victoria Park, City Road, Chippendale including new picnic areas.
by Project Coordinator 16 Oct 2012, 9:45am
Locally grown produce, bees, free range chooks and plenty of opportunities for learning and community involvement have emerged as the community’s key criteria for the future City Farm.
Activities for children, sustainable buildings, sustainability workshops and facilities for composting and worm farming were also recurring themes in the community feedback captured at the City Farm Community Day at Sydney Park in July as well as the online forum at SydneyYourSay.com.au. Check out the full story.
by Project Coordinator 27 Sep 2012, 4:56pm
Consultation for this project has now closed. Thanks to everyone who contributed their thoughts and comments on the concept design for Stage 5 of the Glebe Foreshore Walk. Watch this website for updates on the project.
he City of Sydney is planning to reclaim a vital piece of Sydney’s foreshore as public space and complete a missing link of path around the Glebe Peninsula. The project will make it possible for families, workers, visitors and bike riders to wander along an accessible waterfront path from Annandale to Bridge Road, providing access to Wentworth Park and the Sydney Fish Markets. A concept design has been developed and we would like to know what you think about our proposed plans.read more
by Project Coordinator 21 Sep 2012, 4:13pm
by Project Coordinator 19 Sep 2012, 5:45pm
The City of Sydney is seeking applicants for its Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Panel and a new Inclusion (Disability) Advisory Panel. These two important panels will provide expert advice on key policies and projects which will shape the future of the City.read more
by Project Coordinator 11 Sep 2012, 12:01pm
Culture is an indispensable aspect of any major city. But what is it exactly? Is it the big ideas that leave legacies stretching generations? Or those seemingly inconsequential experiences that come and go in any busy week?
We're developing a new Cultural Policy and we want to hear your opinions about the most valued aspects of Sydney’s cultural life, as well as what's needed for the future. Visit the Cultural Policy page to find out more.
by Project Coordinator 4 Sep 2012, 3:01pm
by Project Coordinator 4 Sep 2012, 9:04am