Welcome to Moreland City Council's "Healthy, Diverse and Connected Communities:" online forum.
This is a place for community members to provide valuable input into plans that will help shape a better Moreland City Council for everyone.

Healthy, Diverse and Connected Communities:

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What is this topic about?

Actions to support, preserve and protect the diversity of Moreland’s community, while looking after community members that are more vulnerable.

How do I vote?

Tell us below what you think of the actions listed below by voting and adding comments.  You have up to 7 votes that can be spread across one or a number of action items. For example, you can give 1 vote to 7 outcomes; or 7 votes to one outcome; or any combination as long as the total number is 7 or less. You can also add any comments you have about any of the outcomes by clicking 'comment'.

  1. To vote click on the vote button which will then allocate one vote to this item
  2. This will redirect you to a new page where you can add additional votes by clicking the  or provide comments.
  3. If you do not want to add any more votes click the back button  to allocate your remaining votes.
  4. Your remaining votes tally is found on the top right of the vote comment page .
  5. Along with voting for the Council actions, let us know if you have any additional ideas for this theme by pressing the blue 'submit your idea' button below

Which of the actions below would you like Council to do?

 

Responding to your ideas

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8 months ago

Increased services for babies and children to service Moreland's baby boom, especially Maternal & Child Health services, daycare, and sufficient primary and secondary schools

9 months ago

Council Idea

Public safety initiatives - encompasses lighting, CCTV, family violence support, activation of public spaces, design of public spaces to ensure safety.

9 months ago

Council Idea

Promote healthy living to the community – promoting all aspects of health and wellbeing through continued education and programs like Active Moreland, Active women and girls, partnerships with external service providers.

9 months ago

Council Idea

Activities that support and promote community connectedness, inclusion and tolerance - such as programs run through neighbourhood houses; local place based festivals (such as Fawkner Festa, Coburg Carnivale); local events (such as the once-a-month Fawkner community dinners).

9 months ago

Council Idea

Improved affordable housing and social housing options - Council is looking at a range of ways of partnering with other organisations to ensure social housing within the city (such as partnering with social housing organisations).

9 months ago

Council Idea

Support for the arts and creative community - continued and increased support for existing arts and culture programs, such as public events and festivals, the Counihan Gallery, public art like MoreArt, support for local artists, and professional development opportunities for artists.

9 months ago

Council Idea

Aged and disability services for people in need

9 months ago

Council Idea

Assistance for low income homeowners to stay in their homes - such as initiatives to help with living costs and rate payments for low income home owners such as pensioners

9 months ago

Council Idea

Reduce harm from gambling - advocate for pokies reform; continue to provide support for community members affected by gambling.

9 months ago

Council Idea

Support services for disengaged youth* - providing opportunities for training through Oxygen Youth Facility; connecting young people with service providers that can assist them with education and employment needs.

*Disengaged youth are young people aged 15 to 24 years who are not in school, higher education, vocational training or employment.

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