The City of Subiaco is working with CommPlan Alliance to better understand how the city's community facilities are being used and find out your needs from these facilities for the future.
The aim is to develop a Community Facilities Plan and Rosalie Park Master Plan which will:
identify if our current facilities are adequate
determine what new facilities may be needed for the future
consider where these facilities are best located and what form they should take
establish how to pay for facilities and manage costs responsibly.
If you currently use our community facilities or would like to do so in the future, please take a few moments to complete our online survey – we're really keen to hear what you think to ensure we meet your future needs. The survey will be open until 5pm on Monday 9 June.
We are also holding two drop in sessions at Rosalie Park to find out who how you think we could make Rosalie Park an even better place to for enjoying sport, recreation and other community activities.
Whether you play sport, walk your dog or live nearby, we hope to see you there. Click on the dates below for more information about the drop in sessions:
Update: The drop in session on Saturday 24 May was postponed due to adverse weather. Please join us on Saturday 31 May from 9am to 12pm to share your ideas for Rosalie Park.
For more information about the Community Facilities Plan or the online survey, please contact Megan Watkins on 9237 9222 or email email@example.com
For more information about the Rosalie Park Master Plan or the drop in sessions, please contact Ra Jarden-Osborne on 9237 9222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org