Yarra Ranges Views
Yarra Ranges Council is committed to working together to create great places to live, work and visit in theYarra Ranges region.
Yarra Ranges Views is the place for you to express your ideas and to have your say online. Your comments will be considered in making important decisions which shape the future of your community.Council values your advice and invites you to sign up, login and join the discussion in our online community forums.
Your views are important so please have your say.
Your views....We're Listening!
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Yarra Ranges Council is interested in hearing from our older residents on how they prefer to get information. What is important to you and what do you need to know? Information is available a number of different ways, meetings, newsletters, computers, but how do our older residents prefer to access information?
This online forum will help Council understand these important issues for future planning, service delivery and in delivering on our Positive Ageing Strategy.
by Yarrarangesviews 16 May 2013, 2:37pm | 4 comments
Yarra Ranges Council is developing a new Health and Wellbeing Plan (2013-2017) and is seeking input from the community.
What's your experience of healthy living in Yarra Ranges? How healthy are you and your family?Can you access the services you need, the fresh food you want and low cost exercise activities?
Your input will help Council to target resources to support good health, plan for our services and, importantly, advocate to state and federal governments about local needs.
Have your say today!
by Yarrarangesviews 15 Mar 2013, 10:19am | 50 comments
Do you have ideas, priorities and concerns about Healesville and its future?
Yarra Ranges Council is preparing a structure plan for the township and is looking for your input.
As a first step, Council has released a discussion paper, which is based on the themes of housing, business, heritage, built form and public spaces, natural environment, community facilities and services, physical infrastructure and transport and parking.
It also includes statistics about Healesville’s population, age, households, education and employment and poses questions about Healesville’s future.
As a resident, visitor or business owner of Healesville your views and opinions are important. What do you have to say about the future development of Healesville?
by Yarrarangesviews 29 Jan 2013, 2:19pm | 18 comments
This consultation has concluded.
Yarra Ranges Council is seeking your feedback to help shape our key plans, the Council Plan 2013-2017 and Budget 2013-2014.
The Council Plan and Budget are Council’s guiding documents and include the key projects we will complete over the four year electoral term and how these projects and our services will be resourced.
We greatly value our community’s views and want to ensure these are included. To help, we ask that you spend five minutes giving us your feedback.
Your views are important and we're listening.
by admin 20 Nov 2012, 4:02pm | 32 comments
Joining the online discussion and leaving your comments is easy.
- Click on the "sign up" button located beneath the page banner on the right hand side of this page
- When you land on the sign up page, type in a username and a password (note: your username will appear against all your comments), type in a valid email address, your age, gender and location, don't forget to agree to the site usage terms
- Click the submit button
- Go to your email in box to retrieve your user activation email and click on the activation link within the email
- Complete your user activation
- You can add your own comments or reply to other comments in a discussion forum
by admin 18 Jun 2010, 2:42pm
Please come and join us in Yarra Ranges first online forum. We are interested in your views about art in public places in Yarra Ranges.
During the Cultural Roadshow the community identified art in public places as the number one arts and heritage priority from 27 different options. Through the Cultural Policy and Action Plan 2008-2013, Council is now considering the developent of a policy to guide decision making. To continue the conversation, Yarra Ranges has set up this forum to explore art in public places further.
To have your say click here to go to the online discussion forum.
by Yarrarangesviews 18 May 2010, 4:32pm