Your Say Griffith
We have a range of ways that residents can have their say and keep up-to-date with our current projects, policies and other Council related activities.
Our monthly Council Cafe is just one, you can also connect with us by sending an email, fill in an online survey (as we have them available), stop by the monthly Council Café, drop into Council, check out our facebook page, view items currently on exhibition, sign up to the Community Opinion Group, or join a Working Group. Council welcomes feedback at any time and encourage you to contact us.
Current Consultation Projects
Griffith Community Engagement Survey
The Griffith Community Engagement Survey has now closed. Thanks to those who provided feedback!
Cemetery Masterplan Consultation
Griffith City Council is progressing with development of a Masterplan for the proposed new cemetery on Rifle Range Road, Lake Wyangan. Thank you to everyone for your input, it was welcome and valued. Florence Jaquet Landscape Architect (FJLA) and Russ Allison from Changing Places will continue working on the Masterplan over the coming months.
Yambil Street Art
Council is planning to decorate Yambil Street - two planter boxes in stage one, and two in stage two will be part of the Yambil Street Art Project. We would like you to nominate your preferred theme.
The top two themes as chosen by the community will then be used create artworks for the planter boxes.
This survey has now closed. Thanks to the 502 people who took the time to share their views. Details of the results will be available soon.
Council Cafe (Held monthly at the Kiosk in Banna Avenue)
Join us for a cuppa and let us know what’s on your mind - we want to hear from you to guide future Council decisions.
On the 'menu' for January 2020 is an update on the 50 Metre Outdoor Pool, Council's Water Wise Campaign and Australia Day.
Council Café Dates for 2020
Thursday 16 January 2020 - Griffith Central
Thursday 20 February 2020 - Banna Avenue Kiosk
Thursday 19 March 2020 - Banna Avenue Kiosk
Community Opinion Group COG
Council offers residents the opportunity to be the first to know about a variety of topics through its Community Opinion Group (COG). Through COG, Council can quickly and easily alert members of the community to items on public exhibition as well as other news alerts and updates and important information.
Members of COG will be emailed when documents are placed on Public Exhibition. Items could include budgets, Development Applications, new policies, and important documents, such as the Draft Local Environment Plan, and will be notified of public forums and meetings.
For more information about the COG, please email firstname.lastname@example.org