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The strategy has undergone a refresh after vital feedback from more than 1800 community members.

Collaborative solutions to transport and housing and homelessness support, more emphasis on community facilities and local activities to bring our communities together, and a renewed focus on inclusion and diversity in all its forms are some of the priorities our community has highlighted.

Other priorities suggested by residents include ensuring balance in the built and natural environment, strengthening community connections as we grow and developing further recognition of First Nations people.

Sunshine Coast residents are invited to provide their feedback on the draft refreshed Community Strategy and Action Plan 2024-29.

Sunshine Coast Mayor Rosanna Natoli encouraged all of our community to have their say on this important strategy for our region.

“The draft refreshed Community Strategy reflects our changing Sunshine Coast community priorities,” Mayor Natoli said.

“Here on the Sunshine Coast, we’re connecting and engaging with our communities to build a better future for everyone.

“Residents can provide their feedback by attending one of our community sessions, completing the online survey or, for more detailed feedback, using the feedback template before June 10,” Mayor Natoli said.

“Residents can also get creative and enter the photo competition by sharing a photo that represents our strong Sunshine Coast community.”

Community members who enter the photo competition can win gift vouchers of up to $500, with open and junior categories available.

Visit Council’s Have your Say website to get involved today.

Fast Facts:

  • Community Engagement for the draft refreshed Community Strategy and Action Plan 2024-29 is open from May 14 to June 10.
  • There will be a range of opportunities to provide feedback during the engagement period, including:
  • Attending one of three community sessions in May and June by registering online. Community sessions include:
  • Meridan Community Centre on 30 May 2024 from 9.30am to 11.30am
  • North Shore Community Centre on 1 June 2024 from 10am to 12 noon
  • Kureelpa and Dulong Community Hall on 4 June 2024 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
  • Completing an online community survey or feedback template on Council’s Have Your Say website.
  • Entering the photo competition and sharing a photo that represents our strong Sunshine Coast community.

About the Community Strategy:

The Sunshine Coast Community Strategy is one of Council’s three regional strategies. Council adopted the Sunshine Coast Community Strategy 2019-2041, and supporting Action Plan 2019-2024, in 2019.

The Community Strategy includes actions that help build strong Sunshine Coast communities that are healthy and well, vibrant, inclusive, connected and resilient and creative and innovative.

The vision is together we thrive. Our community thrives through connection with people, places and spaces and staying true to our values as a welcoming, caring and vibrant community, with opportunities to participate for all.