Shape Council's activities over the next 12 years

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Council is inviting the community to share their views, ideas, and thoughts about Penrith’s future to inform the development and delivery of the organisation’s 12-year Community Strategic Plan (CSP).

A series of short, 60-minute focus groups will be held in September and October to continue the conversations started with the community during engagement activities for the CSP earlier this year and address the feedback provided by residents during the consultation period.

This is your chance to share your views and ideas and help us create the ‘ultimate road map’ which will guide Council over the next 12 years and set us on the path to becoming Western Sydney’s most liveable city.

The focus groups are open to all Penrith residents aged over 16 years and will be hosted on Zoom so participants will need access to a computer or mobile device to take part. Registration is essential.

Online Focus Groups

Session 1: Strengthening Council’s community relationship (COMPLETED)

Thank you to everyone who took part in our first online focus group yesterday and for contributing ideas on how to strengthen Council's community relationship.

If you missed this first session but would like to be part of the conversation, please email Council's Corporate Planning team on corporate.planning@penrith.city.

Session 2: Growing Penrith’s lifestyle

7 October at 11am

The community has told us that safe public and open spaces, events, roads and

transport are all important to Penrith’s future, so this focus group is dedicated to learning

how the community would like Council to prioritise and deliver these services.

Register now:https://www.yoursaypenrith.com.au/mycity/survey_tools/registration-session2

Session 3: Protecting the environment and managing growth

15 October at 11am

The community has told us that protecting the environment and managing growth is

important to Penrith’s future, so this focus group will work through the community’s

feedback and discuss possible solutions.

Register now: https://www.yoursaypenrith.com.au/mycity/survey_tools/registration-session3

Not all change can happen at once, but by joining the conversation you will help inform how we prioritise our activities over the next 12 years so we can work together to address the challenges of today while avoiding the challenges of tomorrow.

Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of the early conversations that will inform how Penrith changes in the coming years.

Got a question? Email corporate.planning@penrith.city or phone 4732 7777.

Council is inviting the community to share their views, ideas, and thoughts about Penrith’s future to inform the development and delivery of the organisation’s 12-year Community Strategic Plan (CSP).

A series of short, 60-minute focus groups will be held in September and October to continue the conversations started with the community during engagement activities for the CSP earlier this year and address the feedback provided by residents during the consultation period.

This is your chance to share your views and ideas and help us create the ‘ultimate road map’ which will guide Council over the next 12 years and set us on the path to becoming Western Sydney’s most liveable city.

The focus groups are open to all Penrith residents aged over 16 years and will be hosted on Zoom so participants will need access to a computer or mobile device to take part. Registration is essential.

Online Focus Groups

Session 1: Strengthening Council’s community relationship (COMPLETED)

Thank you to everyone who took part in our first online focus group yesterday and for contributing ideas on how to strengthen Council's community relationship.

If you missed this first session but would like to be part of the conversation, please email Council's Corporate Planning team on corporate.planning@penrith.city.

Session 2: Growing Penrith’s lifestyle

7 October at 11am

The community has told us that safe public and open spaces, events, roads and

transport are all important to Penrith’s future, so this focus group is dedicated to learning

how the community would like Council to prioritise and deliver these services.

Register now:https://www.yoursaypenrith.com.au/mycity/survey_tools/registration-session2

Session 3: Protecting the environment and managing growth

15 October at 11am

The community has told us that protecting the environment and managing growth is

important to Penrith’s future, so this focus group will work through the community’s

feedback and discuss possible solutions.

Register now: https://www.yoursaypenrith.com.au/mycity/survey_tools/registration-session3

Not all change can happen at once, but by joining the conversation you will help inform how we prioritise our activities over the next 12 years so we can work together to address the challenges of today while avoiding the challenges of tomorrow.

Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of the early conversations that will inform how Penrith changes in the coming years.

Got a question? Email corporate.planning@penrith.city or phone 4732 7777.

  • Registration for Session 1 has now closed.

    22 September at 11am 

    The community has told us that regular communication with Council is important, so this focus group is dedicated to understanding how the community would like to work together with Council. 

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  • Registration for Session 2 has now closed.

    7 October at 11am

    The community has told us that safe public and open spaces, events, roads and  transport are all important to Penrith’s future, so this focus group is dedicated to learning how the community would like Council to prioritise and deliver these services.

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  • CLOSED: Registration for Session 3 has concluded.

    15 October at 11am

    The community has told us that protecting the environment and managing growth is important to Penrith’s future, so this focus group will work through the community’s feedback and discuss possible solutions.  

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