This consultation is now closed.

Thank you to those that shared their views and have registered their interest to join the Community Working Group, we have had great interest. Successful participants will be notified no later than Tuesday 23 November 2021.

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Brimbank City Council is calling upon everyday community members to help improve the quality and appearance of its public assets over the next 10 years, to inform Council’s first 10-Year Asset Plan.

Public assets include our roads, footpaths, stormwater drainage, parks, playgrounds and Council-owned buildings and facilities. Maintaining these assets is an important responsibility of Council and we want to know what's important to you.

We are seeking expressions of interest from people who wish to take part in this collaborative process and join our 10-Year Asset Plan Community Working Group.

What will this involve?

Taking part will involve participation in the following online workshops:

  • Tuesday 30 November 2021, 6.30-8pm
  • Saturday 4 December 2021, 10am-12.30pm
  • Saturday 11 December 2021, 10am-12.30pm

There will also be pre-reading material that participants will be required to review prior to the workshops.

Participants will receive a $100 gift card for taking part to support with any out-of-pocket expenses and to acknowledge your commitment.

We can also provide additional supports as required, just let us know what you need when you complete your expression of interest.

Further details are available in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section to the right.

How to get involved?

To express your interest in joining the 10-year Asset Plan Community Working Group please complete the Expression of Interest form below.

This form will remain open until 5pm Thursday 18 November. Successful participants will be notified no later than Tuesday 23 November 2021.

If you have any trouble answering these questions or prefer to provide your answers over the phone, please call 9021 0600 and leave a brief message.

Information gathered through the Expression of Interest form will be used only for the purposes of recruitment and selection to the Community Working Group by our independent consultants.

If you are not able to join the Working Group or just can't wait to get involved, share your big idea in the question box below.

What can Council do to improve the quality and appearance of its public assets over the next 10 years?

Share your big idea in the question box below. We will be gathering your ideas until 22 November and sharing these with the Community Working Group

22 November, 2021

phmbla says:

“Improve public space with more manicured footpaths, make walkways feel safer with greenery and upgrade PT around difficult areas.”

22 November, 2021

Jack C says:

“Improve public amenity. Art, trees, amenity grants, clean-up rubbish, fix deteriorated assets. Find low cost, low maintenance options.”

22 November, 2021

Jack C says:

“Upgrade active and public transport linkages between residential areas, activity areas and public green space. Make it easy to walk/ride.”

22 November, 2021

Jack C says:

“Work with owner's of Sunshine Marketplace to redevelop Village Cinema area. Incentivize the project with co-investment and station linkages.”

22 November, 2021

Jack C says:

“Continue rehabilitating Sunshine Energy Park and start planning for its renewal. Seek funding for the site with value capture or PPP.”

18 November, 2021

Stacey J says:

“Council owned buildings should expand infrastructure for social services surrounding homelessness, this includes buildings, parks, etc.”

18 November, 2021

lisa says:

“Some of the Ideas I could express during the beginning of pandemic: Protecting the Public park- which is related to well being of everyone”

18 November, 2021

JodieW says:

“Is it safe to plant out sites that are contaminated - not suitable for trees with native grassland and wildflowers instead of just lawn?”

18 November, 2021

Jodie Williams says:

“Is it safe to plant out sites that are contaminated - not suitable for trees with native grassland and wildflowers instead of just lawn?”

18 November, 2021

Jodie Williams says:

“Work out how to get all the nature strips planted asap, tree shade and shrubs for all paths and emergency housing for rough sleepers. ”

18 November, 2021

Rowena says:

“Keep the community clean and green. We need more vegetable community gardens and get more people involved in sustainable living.”

17 November, 2021

Vanessa says:

“Include more bins in public areas such as around Kororoit Creek and Barclay Reserve Create community vegetable/herb gardens near the library”