Consultations and Community Engagement
The City of Greater Dandenong values the ideas and opinions of its residents, rate payers and businesses and wants them to be a part of planning and decision making processes. We recognise that decision making and services are enhanced when the community has an opportunity to provide input and express its expectations, aspirations and ideas.
Council regularly seeks community views on a range of projects and plans via online consultations, surveys, workshops, focus groups and advisory committees.
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Current Council consultations
Past Council consultations
Other ways to have your say
Community Engagement Policy and Framework
To ensure that our engagement is best practice a Community Engagement Policy and Framework have been developed. The policy outlines Council's commitment to thorough, consistent and genuine community engagement that will inform responsible decision making for the benefit of the community, while the framework provides for more comprehensive and broader community engagement with a wider range of mechanisms.
Below is a copy of Greater Dandenong’s Community Engagement Planning Framework which outlines the methodologies and key principles Council applies when engaging with stakeholders.
The Framework also aligns with Council’s already endorsed Community Engagement Policy.
To view the Community Engagement Framework please click on the link below.
City of Greater Dandenong Community Engagement Framework (PDF - 1.55MB)
Feedback can be provided by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org until Friday 30 August, 5pm.
Advisory Committees and Community Reference Groups
Advisory Committees provide advice to Council concerning strategic or policy issues, enhance communication between Council and the community and complement other elements of community engagement.
Community Reference Groups provide advice to Council concerning specific issues or topics, enhance communication between Council and the community and complement other elements of community engagement.
Find out more information about local Advisory Committees and Community Reference Groups