Community Centre Strategy

Northern Beaches Council is preparing a strategy to ensure the current and future use of its multipurpose facilities is sustainable. In particular, it will provide options and recommendations for the strategic provision of community centres across the local government area.

Northern Beaches Council is preparing a strategy to ensure the current and future use of its multipurpose facilities is sustainable. In particular, it will provide options and recommendations for the strategic provision of community centres across the local government area.

  • Thank you for your feedback

    2 months ago

    Thank you for your feedback.

    Submissions on the Community Centre Strategy have now closed. We will keep you in the loop using this project webpage.

    Thank you for your feedback.

    Submissions on the Community Centre Strategy have now closed. We will keep you in the loop using this project webpage.

  • How to get involved

    4 months ago

    During Stage 2 of this project, Council is interested in hearing from the community as well as our current hirers.

    Become more informed by:
    You can also attend a pop up session for more information:
    • Thursday 20 Sep – Mona Vale Library – 3-6pm
    • Friday 21 Sep – Woolworths Dee Why – 9-11am
    • Friday 21 Sep – Stocklands Balgowlah – 2-4pm
    • Saturday 22 Sep – Forestville Shops – 9-11am
    • Saturday 22 Sep – Tramshed Arts & Community Centre – 12-2pm
    Have your say
    • Community Survey (CLOSED)
    • In writing to the CEO, Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82, Manly NSW 1655, marked 'Community Centre Strategy'
    Comments closed Friday 28 September 2018

    During Stage 2 of this project, Council is interested in hearing from the community as well as our current hirers.

    Become more informed by:
    You can also attend a pop up session for more information:
    • Thursday 20 Sep – Mona Vale Library – 3-6pm
    • Friday 21 Sep – Woolworths Dee Why – 9-11am
    • Friday 21 Sep – Stocklands Balgowlah – 2-4pm
    • Saturday 22 Sep – Forestville Shops – 9-11am
    • Saturday 22 Sep – Tramshed Arts & Community Centre – 12-2pm
    Have your say
    • Community Survey (CLOSED)
    • In writing to the CEO, Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82, Manly NSW 1655, marked 'Community Centre Strategy'
    Comments closed Friday 28 September 2018
  • Background

    4 months ago

    Council has 40 community centres spread out across the Northern Beaches.

    The development of a strategic framework for the management of Council’s community centres is essential to ensure the current and future needs of the community are met in multi-purpose facilities.

    The study will look at the current usage, conditions of centres and suitability for use. It will identify gaps in locations and opportunities to improve the service to the wider community.

    The community centres help bring people together, creating connections and building a stronger community. They are great places to get active, meet people and participate in community life. From yoga to playgroups, and cooking classes to life drawing, community centres are a hub of activity and lifelong learning.

    Help us identify opportunities so all of our community, young and old, can enjoy the community centres into the future.

    Council has 40 community centres spread out across the Northern Beaches.

    The development of a strategic framework for the management of Council’s community centres is essential to ensure the current and future needs of the community are met in multi-purpose facilities.

    The study will look at the current usage, conditions of centres and suitability for use. It will identify gaps in locations and opportunities to improve the service to the wider community.

    The community centres help bring people together, creating connections and building a stronger community. They are great places to get active, meet people and participate in community life. From yoga to playgroups, and cooking classes to life drawing, community centres are a hub of activity and lifelong learning.

    Help us identify opportunities so all of our community, young and old, can enjoy the community centres into the future.