In an ambition to make a brighter future for our region and its residents, Council is calling on the community to get involved in the upcoming pop-up visits to have their say in the development of our Community Plan, Livingstone 2050: Shaping Our Tomorrow
Over the weekend of 15 and 16 June, the Livingstone 2050 project team will be heading out and about the Shire and is keen to hear from the community about their vision for the next thirty years.
Acting Mayor Nigel Hutton said the Community Plan would provide a collective, long-term vision for our region and aim to foster and implement a supportive and vibrant economy, strong and connected communities and inclusive and ethical governance.
“Building on the comments and feedback from the online survey, which is still open, these community pop-ups are designed to gain more clarity from the community regarding its priorities into the future,” Cr Hutton said.
“We live in an amazing place with a vibrant and diverse community, and we want to ensure our region stays that way while continuing to prosper economically, socially and environmentally.
“This opportunity to be involved in shaping our tomorrow should not be missed, and the community is encouraged to participate.”
Come along to any of the community pop-ups which will be held on:
Saturday 15 June 2019
• 8am to 12pm: Yeppoon Central
• 1pm to 5pm: Lagoon Precinct / Yeppoon Foreshore (Community Trailer)
Sunday 16 June 2019
• 8am to 12pm: Emu Park Markets
If you’re unable to make it to the pop-ups, jump online and head to Council’s Get Involved website at https://getinvolved.livingstone.qld.gov.au/ where the survey is open until Friday, 21 June, 2019.