‘Wet’ your appetite for water by participating in Council survey
Gladstone Regional Council is encouraging residents to participate in the What is water to you? Survey to gain a better understanding of how the community uses and values water.
Launching this week and running for three weeks until March 23, the What is water to you? survey is designed to help Council understand community appetite for future water conservation measures, regardless of climatic conditions such as drought.
The survey will be hosted on Council’s Conversations engagement platform with paper copies of the survey also available at a range of Council offices and Rural Transaction Centres (RTC).
Gladstone Region Mayor Matt Burnett said resident participation in the survey will help Council’s planning of future water assets.
“Findings from this engagement will contribute to the long-term planning for water asset growth plans and will also help support planning for future projects and water education,” Councillor Burnett said.
“Residents can complete the survey online, pick up a copy in person or attend one of three upcoming community engagement sessions.”
Cr Burnett said survey results will be shared on the Conversations platform and notification emails sent to participants.
Visit https://conversations.gladstone.qld.gov.au to complete the survey online.
Community engagement sessions will be held at:
- BAM Markets, Millenium Esplanade, Tannum Sands on 7 March
- Calliope River Historical Village Markets on 8 March
- Rotary Charity Markets, Tondoon Botanic Gardens on 15 March.
Paper copies of the survey can be found at:
- Community Engagement Centre (142 Goondoon Street)
- Gladstone City Library (39 Goondoon Street)
- Neighbourhood Centre (105 Toolooa Street)
- Gladstone Office (101 Goondoon Street)
- Boyne Tannum Community Centre (Cnr Wyndham and Hayes Avenues)
- Calliope Office and Library (5 Don Cameron Drive)
- Mount Larcom RTC (47 Raglan Street)
- Agnes Water RTC (71 Springs Road)
- Miriam Vale Office (41 Blomfield Street).