Friday, 7 December 2018
A Street Meet will be held for the community of Glen Iris on Saturday 15 December to inform the City of Bunbury on how the suburb can be improved.
City officers will be on site to hear ideas from residents on what currently works well in the suburb and what can be done to make it even better.
This consultation will be the first step in revitalising the northern Bunbury suburb and will focus on street level enhancements. This could include playground upgrades, landscaping, beautification, pathways, space activation, safety and streetscapes.
The City would love to hear from a wide cross-section of the community and is inviting all Glen Iris residents to attend.
Residents will be asked why they love living in Glen Iris, what the best thing about their street is, how to improve the look and feel of the streetscapes and how to improve connections with their neighbours.
Bunbury Mayor Gary Brennan said the Street Meet presented the perfect opportunity for residents to share their views on their suburb.
“We want to provide residents with an opportunity to tell us how the City can ensure Glen Iris is a safe, friendly and attractive place to live,” Mayor Brennan said.
“Starting at street level we will then progress to the bigger picture improvements.
“We will also be providing further opportunities for those community members who are unable to attend the Street Meet such as our online social engagement portal.”
Social Pinpoint is live so residents can post their ideas and suggestions by logging on to here
The portal will close on Monday 17 December. Once all feedback has been collated a report will be prepared for Council in the New Year.
The Glen Iris Street Meet will take place on Saturday 15 December at Picton Primary School from 10am to 1pm. Coffee and ice cream will be provided for participants.
For more information please call 9792 7000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org