Your community in 2021 and beyond

Consultation closed on 02 April 2017

Gladeswood Reserve - community

In early 2017, Council sought community views on a wide range of matters, to help us develop 10 different long-term plans and strategies. The survey closed on Sunday 2 April 2017.

Thank you again to everyone who took the time to answer questions in our community survey 'Monash 2021 and beyond'.  Over 900 community members responded to our survey and 640 respondents chose to go in the draw to win a prize.

The prize winner was drawn by the Mayor Rebecca Paterson and notified on 11 April 2017. The prize was a choice of either a new iPhone 7 or a new iPad. Congratulations to Witold Czaplinski from Oakleigh!

The survey covered matters such as hard waste collections; safety in public places; health & wellbeing priorities; cat curfews and dog off-leash parks; and the condition of local roads and footpaths. Over coming months, we will be analysing the feedback and using it to develop long-term plans (identified below). Once drafts of each of these plans are developed, we will put the drafts out for community feedback.

In June 2017, a summary report on the survey feedback will be sent to everyone who requested a copy. The report will also be published on this page and in the Monash Bulletin community newsletter.

For more information, please contact Sally Everitt, Coordinator Consultation & Research, on 9518 3675 or at

Here's a list of the plans and strategies that the community's feedback will contribute towards:

Three Municipal Plans are being reviewed in 2017, in accord with Victorian law:

Seven Council strategies are being developed in 2017:


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