Public Exhibition Presents Draft Communication Strategy Now

Cover of the Draft Communication and Engagement StrategyStrong communication and engagement channels between Council and residents are fundamental in supporting the delivery of services and projects that make the Hawkesbury a great place to live, work and play, while informing, empowering and connecting our diverse and dynamic community.

This vision lies at the heart of our Draft Communication and Engagement Strategy 2024-2028, which is now on public exhibition. It seeks to build on the work which has been done to communicate and engage with the community and identifies opportunities, challenges and actions to improve Council's practices.

A copy of the Draft Strategy can be viewed at external link will open in a new window or at Council's Administration Building at 366 George Street, Windsor, Hawkesbury Central Library at 300 George Street, Windsor, and at Richmond Library at 29 West Market Street, Richmond. We warmly invite the community to review it and provide their feedback and insights by Monday, 14 July 2024.

Community engagement was integral to the development of the Draft Communication and Engagement Strategy 2024-2028 and Council implemented an engagement program with more than 600 people between October 2023 and May 2024. The engagement activities included reviewing the results from the Community Satisfaction Survey, conducting a range of targeted community surveys, focus group workshops and face to face discussions with the Aboriginal community and Councillors.

Once finalised, the Communication and Engagement Strategy 2024-2028, which includes a detailed Action Plan, will formally guide communication and engagement over the next four years.

Have Your Say by Monday, 14 July 2024 at external link will open in a new window

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