Local children star in Council’s strategic plan

Have your say in Burnie's future!

Have your say in Burnie's future!

What will Burnie be like in 2030?

Over the past five years the growth and development of Burnie has changed and much has been achieved - economically, socially, environmentally and in our national, state and local leadership. It is time to pause, reflect and work out where to next for Burnie?

The Burnie City Council is hosting a strategic review process called MAKING BURNIE 2030.

The full program extends for a week from March 1 to March 6. The aim is to engage as many people in our community to make sure we agree how we want to grow and develop in the future.

Deputy Mayor and Chair of Making Burnie 2030 Anita Dow said, “There are many ways the community can have their say on Burnie’s future. We really encourage everyone in the community to be involved, whether it is at the conference or in an online discussion.”

To find out how you can be involved visit www.burnie.net/2030

“The promotional material for MAKING BURNIE 2030 features some of our gorgeous local children. These children are our future and we need to make sure as a City that we move towards creating a Burnie that holds a strong and successful future.

“No matter what age or gender you are, if you live or work in Burnie we need your input on Burnie’s future. We would also love to hear from those who may have lived in Burnie and have now moved away,” she said.

For further information please contact

Libby Jowett
Communications Officer
Burnie City Council
(03) 6430 5716 or 0448 568 728

Email: ljowett@burnie.net