City of Whittlesea Community Voice

Welcome to Whittlesea Community Voice - our online engagement hub.

Community Voice is an opportunity for you to get involved and provide your input on a range of Council projects and activities, which will ultimately inform and influence the City of Whittlesea.

Register to get involved and start sharing your views and opinions with the community and us.

Registering is quick and anonymous. For more details take a moment to ready the FAQs.

We look forward to hearing your ideas and comments!

Welcome to Whittlesea Community Voice - our online engagement hub.

Community Voice is an opportunity for you to get involved and provide your input on a range of Council projects and activities, which will ultimately inform and influence the City of Whittlesea.

Register to get involved and start sharing your views and opinions with the community and us.

Registering is quick and anonymous. For more details take a moment to ready the FAQs.

We look forward to hearing your ideas and comments!

  • Are you interested in buying fresh food that's been grown locally?

    8 days ago
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    We're currently exploring the possibility of starting a farmers' market in the City of Whittlesea and we want to know what you think.

    Should we have a farmers' market? If so, where and when would you like it to be?

    Tell us what you think for the chance to win a delicious food hamper full of local produce valued at $100.

    Complete a quick online survey.

    We're currently exploring the possibility of starting a farmers' market in the City of Whittlesea and we want to know what you think.

    Should we have a farmers' market? If so, where and when would you like it to be?

    Tell us what you think for the chance to win a delicious food hamper full of local produce valued at $100.

    Complete a quick online survey.

  • Have your say on health services in South Morang

    22 days ago
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    Plenty Valley Community Health operates a GP Super Clinic located on Civic Drive in South Morang.

    Plenty Valley Community Health proudly delivers primary care and community services to residents of the City of Whittlesea and surrounding areas.

    There are opportunities to expand the services available at this site, and you have the opportunity to have your say about what health and medical services you'd like to see offered at this precinct.

    Plenty Valley Community Health want to know from you:

    • What services do you need?
    • What do you have access to locally?
    • What services do you need... Continue reading

    Plenty Valley Community Health operates a GP Super Clinic located on Civic Drive in South Morang.

    Plenty Valley Community Health proudly delivers primary care and community services to residents of the City of Whittlesea and surrounding areas.

    There are opportunities to expand the services available at this site, and you have the opportunity to have your say about what health and medical services you'd like to see offered at this precinct.

    Plenty Valley Community Health want to know from you:

    • What services do you need?
    • What do you have access to locally?
    • What services do you need to travel to in order to access?
    • What are the barriers preventing you from accessing the services you need?

    To have your say, come along to a Community Session:

    When: Wednesday 28 September

    Time: 3.30pm session and 6.30pm session

    Where: City of Whittlesea, Fountain View Room, 25 Ferres Boulevard, South Morang

    For more information phone Plenty Valley Community Health on 8468 0676.

  • What makes a good life?

    4 months ago
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    Is it money, health or perhaps family?

    We want to know what you think makes a good life. What prevents people from living a good life and what actions help improve a good life?

    We will be asking families, children and young people for their views between now and September.

    We will then compile the results and let you know what others thought. The results will help us better tailor services to families in the future.

    Complete a short online survey.

    Is it money, health or perhaps family?

    We want to know what you think makes a good life. What prevents people from living a good life and what actions help improve a good life?

    We will be asking families, children and young people for their views between now and September.

    We will then compile the results and let you know what others thought. The results will help us better tailor services to families in the future.

    Complete a short online survey.