When the eyes of the world turn to South East Queensland for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games, it won’t be just the City of Logan’s sports stars shining bright.
Logan City Council has outlined a plan to help residents, businesses and organisations put their best foot forward, and make the most of the opportunities the Games will bring to the city.
Now, Council wants to hear the community’s best and boldest ideas.
The 2032 City of Logan Legacy Roadmap – including 19 initiatives to set up the city for success – will be released for public consultation on Monday, September 4.
Interested locals will be able to provide their feedback on the plan via Council’s Have Your Say platform, at: haveyoursaylogan.com.au.
Mayor Darren Power said having the world’s biggest sporting event in the city’s backyard was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
“Our city is perfectly positioned to support and supply the Games, and has talent, experience and cultural advantages,” Councillor Power said.
“Council’s draft Roadmap is a fantastic starting point, but we know we aren’t the only ones with an Olympic-sized passion for the future of our city.
“We want to hear from everyone with ideas on how we can position ourselves for success.”
The 2032 City of Logan Legacy Roadmap focuses on Council’s vision for:
- the delivery of new community facilities and infrastructure
- stimulating economic growth
- improving the health of Logan residents
- leveraging the cultural diversity of the local community.
The Have Your Say survey is the first of many community engagement opportunities planned ahead of the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Survey participants will be able to contribute their own ideas and indicate their support for those posed by others.
The survey will close on Monday, October 2.