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Have Your Say Mount Gambier

Mount Gambier City Council wants your feedback.

Have Your Say Mount Gambier. is an easy, safe and convenient way for you to contribute your ideas and opinions about key projects being considered by Council.

You can add your voice through surveys, submissions, quick polls and by contributing to online discussions.

Its quick, easy and convenient!

Shape your community and contribute your thoughts and ideas at a time and place that suits you, 24/7. It's safe, easy and convenient.

Mount Gambier City Council values your involvement, invites you to have your say and encourages you to tell your colleagues, friends and neighbours so they can have their say too.

Online discussions, surveys and submissions provide Council with valuable feedback and provide you and your community opportunities to discuss issues, share ideas and give your feedback to Council.

Have Your Say Mount Gambier!

Mount Gambier City Council wants your feedback.

Have Your Say Mount Gambier. is an easy, safe and convenient way for you to contribute your ideas and opinions about key projects being considered by Council.

You can add your voice through surveys, submissions, quick polls and by contributing to online discussions.

Its quick, easy and convenient!

Shape your community and contribute your thoughts and ideas at a time and place that suits you, 24/7. It's safe, easy and convenient.

Mount Gambier City Council values your involvement, invites you to have your say and encourages you to tell your colleagues, friends and neighbours so they can have their say too.

Online discussions, surveys and submissions provide Council with valuable feedback and provide you and your community opportunities to discuss issues, share ideas and give your feedback to Council.

Have Your Say Mount Gambier!

  • Your Say on Outdoor Burning

    about 3 years ago

    This consultation has concluded.

    The City of Mount Gambier wishes to thank all community members who contributed in providing feedback on the proposition to ban outdoor burning in all areas of the City, year round.

    All formal submissions received during the public consultation will now be presented to Council for consideration.

    Thank you again for your contribution.


    This consultation has concluded.

    The City of Mount Gambier wishes to thank all community members who contributed in providing feedback on the proposition to ban outdoor burning in all areas of the City, year round.

    All formal submissions received during the public consultation will now be presented to Council for consideration.

    Thank you again for your contribution.


  • City of Mount Gambier Draft Business Plan and Budget 2015/2016

    about 3 years ago

    This consultation has concluded.

    The City of Mount Gambier wishes to thank all community members who contributed in providing feedback on the 2015/16 Draft Business Plan and Budget.

    All formal submissions made will now be collated and presented to Council for review during a Special Meeting of Council.

    Thank you again for your contribution.

    This consultation has concluded.

    The City of Mount Gambier wishes to thank all community members who contributed in providing feedback on the 2015/16 Draft Business Plan and Budget.

    All formal submissions made will now be collated and presented to Council for review during a Special Meeting of Council.

    Thank you again for your contribution.

  • Public Art at Railway Lands

    about 3 years ago

    The City of Mount Gambier is inviting the community to assist with the final selection of a major public art piece to be located on the corner of Railway Terrace and Bay Road.

    An exhaustive process has been carried out to select the three SA based sculptures to carry out a concept design and each have created high quality pieces of public art/sculpture. The artwork component of the Railway Lands project is funded by the State Government as part of the grant awarded for Stage Two works.

    Council encourages all members of the community to review the artists description of...

    The City of Mount Gambier is inviting the community to assist with the final selection of a major public art piece to be located on the corner of Railway Terrace and Bay Road.

    An exhaustive process has been carried out to select the three SA based sculptures to carry out a concept design and each have created high quality pieces of public art/sculpture. The artwork component of the Railway Lands project is funded by the State Government as part of the grant awarded for Stage Two works.

    Council encourages all members of the community to review the artists description of their work and select their preference.

    The consultation is now open and will close on Wednesday, 15th April 2015. We encourage you to have your say on this significant piece of art for our community.

  • Enclosed Off-Leash Dog Park

    over 3 years ago

    The City of Mount Gambier invites you to review and comment on design plans prepared for an Enclosed Off-Leash Dog Park facility at Hastings Cunningham Reserve on Shepherdson Road.

    Please lodge your questions and comments here

    The City of Mount Gambier invites you to review and comment on design plans prepared for an Enclosed Off-Leash Dog Park facility at Hastings Cunningham Reserve on Shepherdson Road.

    Please lodge your questions and comments here

  • Understanding the Ice Factor - A Community Information Forum

    over 3 years ago

    The Limestone Coast Drug Action Team invite all interested members of our community to join us for Understand the Ice Factor - A Community Information Forum.

    The Forum will be held on Thursday 12th February, 2015 at Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, 10 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier. Theatre opens from 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start. No bookings are required and there is no cost to attend.

    The information forum will feature a panel of experts including one of Australia's leading drug researches Dr Rebecca McKetin. South Australian Police and a guest from the Mildura Ice Project and local leaders. The forum...

    The Limestone Coast Drug Action Team invite all interested members of our community to join us for Understand the Ice Factor - A Community Information Forum.

    The Forum will be held on Thursday 12th February, 2015 at Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, 10 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier. Theatre opens from 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start. No bookings are required and there is no cost to attend.

    The information forum will feature a panel of experts including one of Australia's leading drug researches Dr Rebecca McKetin. South Australian Police and a guest from the Mildura Ice Project and local leaders. The forum aims to increase local awareness of crystal methamphetamine (ice) use, explore trends, resilience and treatment options.

    If you have any questions or concerns you would like to present to the panel to be considered, please lodge these under the Current Consultations section in the right hand column.

    Thank you



  • Park & Stride

    over 3 years ago
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    Park & Stride is about encouraging people to park in an off street car park within the Mount Gambier city centre and walk to do small shopping trips.

    It is a unique and innovative way to achieve the multiple aims of improving the vibrancy of the city centre, improving the local economy, and improving people’s health, whilst helping the environment. Walking to do small shopping trips is a simple way that people can improve their health whilst helping local businesses and the environment at the same time.

    People who make a public commitment via the website...

    Park & Stride is about encouraging people to park in an off street car park within the Mount Gambier city centre and walk to do small shopping trips.

    It is a unique and innovative way to achieve the multiple aims of improving the vibrancy of the city centre, improving the local economy, and improving people’s health, whilst helping the environment. Walking to do small shopping trips is a simple way that people can improve their health whilst helping local businesses and the environment at the same time.

    People who make a public commitment via the website to park and stride for small shopping trips will be eligible for a Park & Stride Discount Card, which will enable them to get discounts and special deals at supporting businesses.

    The program will tell the stories of people who park and stride, provide interesting fact and figures (e.g. that it only rains <70 days a year in Mount Gambier during peak travel times), and encourage people to make a public commitment.

    Participate today!

  • When Jazz Comes To Town

    over 3 years ago
    James morrison performing
    It is time to have your say!

    The announcement of the James Morrison Academy of Music is music to our ears, as it is a first for regional Australia, and we are excited by the potential of the Academy and the benefits to Mount Gambier and the Region. 

    In addition to educating the nation's next generation of jazz performers, the James Morrison Academy of Music will bring both direct and indirect benefits, increasing the vibrancy and economic diversity of our regional city. 

    The potential is significant and the City of Mount Gambier has played a critical role in the establishment...

    It is time to have your say!

    The announcement of the James Morrison Academy of Music is music to our ears, as it is a first for regional Australia, and we are excited by the potential of the Academy and the benefits to Mount Gambier and the Region. 

    In addition to educating the nation's next generation of jazz performers, the James Morrison Academy of Music will bring both direct and indirect benefits, increasing the vibrancy and economic diversity of our regional city. 

    The potential is significant and the City of Mount Gambier has played a critical role in the establishment of the Academy, and we want to hear from you!

    Please take a moment to comment in our Guest Book and let us know your thoughts on the announcement of the James Morrison Academy of Music in Mount Gambier. 

    What do you think this will mean for our City and community?


  • You Are Mount Gambier's Future Consultation OPEN!

    almost 4 years ago
    Intro

    Predicting the future is fraught with problems. Yet this is what we all want to know so we are well prepared for the challenges and opportunities it provides.

    Events over the past few years, both global and locally have led the City of Mount Gambier to ask:

    • Is what we have done in the past going to sustain our community and economy into the future? 
      and
    • What do we need to do to change or introduce to ensure that our community and economy are sustainable into the future?

    Developed by the City of Mount Gambier with community input, ...

    Predicting the future is fraught with problems. Yet this is what we all want to know so we are well prepared for the challenges and opportunities it provides.

    Events over the past few years, both global and locally have led the City of Mount Gambier to ask:

    • Is what we have done in the past going to sustain our community and economy into the future? 
      and
    • What do we need to do to change or introduce to ensure that our community and economy are sustainable into the future?

    Developed by the City of Mount Gambier with community input, 'Strategies for a Prosperous and Resilient Mount Gambier: A Futures Paper for City Development' looks forward and focuses on these questions.

    You, as a member of the community of the City of Mount Gambier, are a part of this discussion and we encourage you to review the draft Futures Paper, before thinking about and telling us your plans and aspirations for the future. We also encourage you to talk about the draft Futures Paper with your family, friends and work collegues.

    “Strategies for a Prosperous and Resilient Mount Gambier: A Futures Paper for City Development” is on public consultation from Friday 1st August, 2014 until Friday 29th August, 2014. We want to hear from you.

    If you would like further information about the Futures Paper, please contact Mrs Tracy Tzioutziouklaris, Strategic Project Officer by telephone (08) 8721 2530 or by email tracyt@mountgambier.sa.gov.au.

    You Are Mount Gambier's Future - Have Your Say - Participate Today!


  • Have Your Say On The Mount Gambier Library For A Chance To Win!

    about 4 years ago
    Mount gambier library

    This consultation has concluded.

    The City of Mount Gambier wishes to thank all community members who contributed in providing feedback on the Mount Gambier Library.

    All formal submissions made will now be collated and and reviewed for future planning.

    Thank you again for your contribution.


    The Mount Gambier Library wants to hear from you! Our latest customer survey is now open and we are seeking your feedback on your experience and what services and facilities are important to you.

    Mount Gambier Library Manager, Vicki Hutchinson said the opportunity to find out what Library customers think of the current service, as...

    This consultation has concluded.

    The City of Mount Gambier wishes to thank all community members who contributed in providing feedback on the Mount Gambier Library.

    All formal submissions made will now be collated and and reviewed for future planning.

    Thank you again for your contribution.


    The Mount Gambier Library wants to hear from you! Our latest customer survey is now open and we are seeking your feedback on your experience and what services and facilities are important to you.

    Mount Gambier Library Manager, Vicki Hutchinson said the opportunity to find out what Library customers think of the current service, as well as what they would like in the future is invaluable for planning and programming.

    “The purpose of the survey is to gain valuable information about what people think of the library and the wide variety of services we offer,” Ms Hutchinson commented.

    “We would love to hear feedback about the library, services, events and programmes we provide and your recent experiences.”

    The information collected from this survey will be used in the future development and improvement of library services and programmes, and Ms Hutchinson said it is a great opportunity for library customers to help create a library which provides an experience they find both enjoyable and of value.

    “We are offering an incentive for all those who complete a survey, with the chance to win a $30 book voucher,” Ms Hutchinson added.

    “Library staff are eager to hear feedback from all visitors to the Library and will be selecting two lucky winners each week during the consultation period.”

    Customers are invited to complete a survey in any of the following ways:

    “Hearing what our customers think is important to us, and we encourage everyone to contribute their thoughts to help us continue to improve our service,” Ms Hutchinson concluded.

    The survey is now open and will close at 5pm on Sunday 15th June, 2014.

    For further information please contact City of Mount Gambier Library Manager, Vicki Hutchinson, 8721 2540 or vhutchinson@mountgambier.sa.gov.au.
  • Draft Community Land Management Plans Consultation NOW Open!

    about 4 years ago
    Edible plants

    This consultation has concluded.

    The City of Mount Gambier wishes to thank all community members who contributed in providing feedback on the Draft Community Land Management Plans.

    All formal submissions made will now be collated and reviewed before being presented to Council.

    Thank you again for your contribution.

    Have your say on the Draft Community Land Management Plans!

    The City of Mount Gambier in accordance with the provisions of Section 197 of the Local Government Act 1999 is required to develop a Community Land Management Plan for all parcels of Community Land within Mount Gambier.

    A series of draft...

    This consultation has concluded.

    The City of Mount Gambier wishes to thank all community members who contributed in providing feedback on the Draft Community Land Management Plans.

    All formal submissions made will now be collated and reviewed before being presented to Council.

    Thank you again for your contribution.

    Have your say on the Draft Community Land Management Plans!

    The City of Mount Gambier in accordance with the provisions of Section 197 of the Local Government Act 1999 is required to develop a Community Land Management Plan for all parcels of Community Land within Mount Gambier.

    A series of draft Community Land Management Plans have now been developed including new and amended land holdings. 

    Council now invite the community to inspect and comment on any aspect of the draft plans.

    Your feedback is important to us and we encourage you, your colleagues, friends and neighbours to contribute your feedback.

    So how can you have your say?

    • Take a moment to review the Draft Community Land Management Plans
    • Leave a comment or raise a question in our Guest Book

    Your feedback is important to us and we would love to hear from you.

    Have Your Say - Participate Today!