Have your say on the Draft Clean City Action Plan by completing the online form.
In 2019 we asked the community what would make them feel proud of their local area and what we (Council) needed to do to deliver on this expectation.
The feedback we received through the Delivering a Place You Can Be Proud Of exhibition has helped us better understand your priority issues and the areas we need to focus on. We heard of the desire to live in a clean, tidy and well-maintained City.
At the 6 December 2022 Ordinary Meeting, Council authorised the exhibition of the draft Clean City Strategic Plan and Clean City Action Plan and, we invite you to view these documents, have your say and provide feedback.
The draft Clean City Strategic Plan and Clean City Action Plan have been developed to guide Council resources and actions to address six key focus areas. These focus areas are:
|Prevent illegal dumping||Prevent household items (e.g. furniture, mattresses, used clothes), construction materials, and asbestos being dumped in public places and, increase awareness that dumping is illegal and fines apply.
|Clean and tidy town centres||Improve the 'look and feel" of town centres through:
|Clean and tidy parks||Improve the maintenance and servicing of parks and, develop litter prevention campaigns to encourage residents to look after their local parks.|
|Clean and tidy public toilets||Improve the usability of toilet facilities by increasing their maintenance and servicing.|
|Healthy waterways||Reduce pollution and litter, including organic matter (i.e. sediment, grass), drink containers, plastic bags, food packaging, cigarette butts and microplastics. Waterways include rivers, creeks, open water bodies, drainage lines and close pipe systems.|
|Organisational wide actions||Increase co-ordination and collaboration across Council to create a clean, tidy and well-maintained City.|
The draft Clean City Action Plan details the 39 actions proposed for the key focus areas which will be measured by resident satisfaction in the Community Satisfaction Survey. The Plan proposes:
If you would like to speak with a Council officer about these Plans, we will be hosting pop-ups at the following:
Timeline item 1 - active
Thursday 15 December 2022 - Thursday 9 Feb 2023, 05:00 pm
This consultation is open for contributions.
Timeline item 2 - incomplete
Thursday 9 Feb 2023, 05:00 pm
Contributions to this exhibition are closed, reviewed and reported back to the project team.
Timeline item 3 - incomplete
Report to Council
The proposal with a summary of the community feedback received over this exhibition period is considered by Council.
If you have questions or want to learn more about the project, please contact the Council officers listed below.
By post to Mr Matthew Stewart, CEO, City of Canterbury Bankstown, PO Box 8, Bankstown NSW 1885
CBCity acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land, the Darug and the Eora peoples. We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.