Clarence, keep connected - Consultation

Consultation has concluded

Consultation has concluded

Project Overview

As a local council servicing a large and diverse population, the ongoing need to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our community and our staff is always at the forefront.

To best serve and support the people in our community at this time, we are asking individuals to complete a short survey so that we can gain a clearer understanding of the issues facing the residents of Clarence.

We will be reaching out to businesses and networks separately to gain an understanding of their specific needs.

Our ability to prioritise and deliver our vital community services at Clarence City Council becomes ever more important at times like this because we know that the most vulnerable people in our society are often those most greatly impacted by unexpected events such as the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Background

We are responding to the ever-evolving health situation and the measures announced by Federal and State Governments that are changing daily. This has affected our ability to deliver some of our services to the community, however, our commitment is unchanged.

In addition to anxieties and fears around our health, social distancing requirements mean that we are all more isolated than ever and unable to access our usual support networks. Council understands that this is having an impact on our communities and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

We also understand that many of you would like to help and support vulnerable members of our community and we would like to gain a clearer understanding of capacity in our community.

Have Your Say

There are a variety of ways you can have your say on this project. Your feedback will help inform how we respond to this crisis.

  • Completing our survey below.
  • Having a chat with our project contact, Julie Andersson on 03 6217 9740.
  • Email the Community Development Team at community@ccc.tas.gov.au
  • Writing to Julie Andersson, Clarence City Council, PO Box 96, Rosny Park TAS 7018

Consultation has concluded

Project Overview

As a local council servicing a large and diverse population, the ongoing need to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our community and our staff is always at the forefront.

To best serve and support the people in our community at this time, we are asking individuals to complete a short survey so that we can gain a clearer understanding of the issues facing the residents of Clarence.

We will be reaching out to businesses and networks separately to gain an understanding of their specific needs.

Our ability to prioritise and deliver our vital community services at Clarence City Council becomes ever more important at times like this because we know that the most vulnerable people in our society are often those most greatly impacted by unexpected events such as the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Background

We are responding to the ever-evolving health situation and the measures announced by Federal and State Governments that are changing daily. This has affected our ability to deliver some of our services to the community, however, our commitment is unchanged.

In addition to anxieties and fears around our health, social distancing requirements mean that we are all more isolated than ever and unable to access our usual support networks. Council understands that this is having an impact on our communities and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

We also understand that many of you would like to help and support vulnerable members of our community and we would like to gain a clearer understanding of capacity in our community.

Have Your Say

There are a variety of ways you can have your say on this project. Your feedback will help inform how we respond to this crisis.

  • Completing our survey below.
  • Having a chat with our project contact, Julie Andersson on 03 6217 9740.
  • Email the Community Development Team at community@ccc.tas.gov.au
  • Writing to Julie Andersson, Clarence City Council, PO Box 96, Rosny Park TAS 7018