Community Survey - Have your say
What are your priorities for Broome’s future? What are the best things about living here and what could be better? How is the Shire of Broome performing in managing local services and what can we improve upon?
Broome residents, business operators and ratepayers aged 18 or older are invited to have a say on their town as the Shire of Broome embarks on a Community Survey.
This MARKYT Community Scorecard will ask survey participants a suite of questions about their opinions on the Shire, community services in Broome and what projects or initiatives should be a priority in the future.
The results will play a big part in shaping the next update of the Shire’s Strategic Community Plan and guide us in relation to where our efforts and resources should be applied moving forward.
Shire of Broome president Harold Tracey said it was important that the community completed the survey and provided feedback.
“The Shire of Broome works tirelessly to make our town a better place to live, work and visit,” he said.
“Improvements and ongoing projects at Town Beach and in Chinatown have been a recent highlight – but we don’t want to rest on our laurels; the Shire is committed to acting once we receive community direction.
“The Community Survey is an excellent way for residents and businesses to give us feedback on our performance and highlight things you would like to change.
“Everyone has an opinion on the town they live in – this is the ideal opportunity for you to let us know what we’re doing well, what we can improve upon and what projects or causes the Shire should focus on in the future.”
Community scorecards will start to arrive in PO Boxes soon.
To take the survey online, click here.
Residents can also come into the Shire administration building on the Corners of Weld and Haas Streets.