Online Community Engagement Software

Let's All Play

FAQS

Council is committed to collaborating with our community to ensure the Let’s All Play Strategy reflects community needs and aspirations today and in the future.
 
 
To oversee the community engagement process and strategy development, Council invited Expressions of Interest from community members in early 2018 to participate in the Let’s All Play Committee. The Committee’s inaugural meeting was held on Thursday, 8 November 2018.
 
 

Committee Members

  • Mayor Angelo Tsirekas, Chair
  • Councillor Julia Little
  • Bec Ho, Touched by Olivia Foundation
  • Dympna Kennedy, Community Representative
  • Maria Kotsiaris, Community Representative
  • Petrina Nelson, Open Space Planning Coordinator, City of Canada Bay Council
  • Robert Marshall, Parks Planner, City of Canada Bay Council
Contribute your ideas on our City’s outdoor play spaces from 1 to 28 February 2019:
 
Online 24/7
Community Events
 
Pre-schoolers Exploratory Workshops
These workshops are designed to collaborate with young children on their ideas and aspirations for park play.
 
Stakeholder Focus Groups
Bespoke stakeholder focus groups are planned for youth, seniors and inclusive play.
 
Please email parksupgrade@canadabay.nsw.gov.au if you wish to attend or for further information on this project.
Registration is not required to:
  • Complete the online survey (note, you will be prompted to provide your name and email)
  • Voting on Ideas
 
To share ideas, it is required to register. Please ensure to include a screen name to mask your identity publicly. Please note, all ideas are held for moderation prior to publishing.
 
To reach as many people within our community, the following channels will be utilised to promote this consultation:
  • DL Flyer distributed to 42,000 residential properties
  • Signage and DL Flyers at The Connection, FDLC, Five Dock Library, Concord Library, Civic Centre
  • Signage at 47 parks
  • Council’s Website
  • Promotion via Council’s eNewsletters
  • Council’s social media
  • Inner West Courier
  • Emails to specific stakeholder groups
By entering the Let’s All Play Survey Promotion (‘Promotion’), entrants accept the below Terms and Conditions:
  1. The Promoter of the Promotion is the City of Canada Bay Council (‘Promoter’).
  2. Any entry that does not fully comply with these terms and conditions is invalid.
  3. Entrants must be aged over 18 years of age.
  4. The competition period is from Friday, 1 February 2019 8am to Thursday, 28 February 11.59pm.
  5. To be eligible for entry, participants must be residents, workers or volunteers within the City of Canada Bay local government area.
  6. Councillors, City of Canada Bay employees and their families are encouraged to complete a survey, however, are not eligible to win a prize within this promotion.
  7. Only one entry is accepted per participant.
  8. The total price pool is $450.00 comprising of three $150.00 local dining experience vouchers. The prizes are subject to conditions set by the provider of each prize.
  9. Entrants must fully complete the online and/or hard copy survey (available at the published events) to be eligible.
  10. Prizes are not transferable and cannot be taken as cash.
  11. The draw will take place on Monday, 4 March 2019 10.30am.
  12. The three winners will be notified by email by 5pm on Monday, 4 March 2019.
  13. In the event that the prize notification email is returned as undeliverable, the prize will be forfeited and an alternate winner will be selected from all remaining (non-winning) eligible entries.
  14. Prize vouchers will be mailed through Australia Post as registered mail on Tuesday, 5 March 2019.
  15. The promoter will take no responsibility for prizes lost or damaged in transit.
  16. The promoter is not liable for any loss or damage whatsoever which is suffered, including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss, or for personal injury suffered or sustained during the course of accepting or using the prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.