A series of workshops will be held this month for the City of Logan community to share its views on the city’s future.

Logan City Council will host three community visioning workshops:

  • Saturday, February 20: 1pm – 3.30pm
  • Wednesday, February 24: 5pm – 7.30pm
  • Thursday, February 25: 10am -12.30pm

All sessions will be at the Gould Adams Community Centre, 558 Kingston Rd, Kingston.

Registrations for the sessions are essential and can be made online at haveyoursaylogan.com.au/vision

Council began rolling out an eight-month Community Visioning process last September to guide the development of the 2022-2027 Corporate Plan.

That plan sets priorities for Council investment in infrastructure (roads, libraries, water, waste and parks) and how programs and services will be delivered in the short, medium and long-term.

Lifestyle Committee Chair Councillor Laurie Koranski said Council wanted to learn the future priorities and aspirations of City of Logan residents.

“We are inviting anyone who is interested to come along to one of the workshops to share your views,” Cr Koranksi said.

“The final community vision will help Council plan for the city’s future.

“It will ensure the values and hopes of our community are at the heart of our decision-making.

Community visioning has been identified as an essential process in the development of Council’s long-term strategies.

It was a key element of the Strategic Planning and Performance Management Framework, adopted by Council last December.

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