Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) Survey
Currently the City is reviewing its DAIP and invites feedback from people with lived experience of disability, their families and carers to help inform a new 5 year plan.
This survey is part of a process to identify areas of importance when developing strategies around the DAIP outcomes.
We invite you to participate in the survey comprising questions around DAIP Outcomes (listed below) and will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. Please answer only those questions you feel comfortable to answer. None of the questions are compulsory.
Community Health and Wellbeing survey
The City of Armadale is committed to maintaining a healthy, safe and sustainable community for everyone, and is seeking input from the community to develop its’ second Public Health Plan. Share your thoughts and you could win a:
- $250 fuel voucher,
- $250 grocery card voucher or,
- a 6 month Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre membership!
The Public Health Act 2016 requires all local governments to develop a local Public Health Plan. A Public Health Plan outlines actions to improve community health and wellbeing.
Local governments contribute to community health and wellbeing in many ways such as maintaining walking and cycling paths, managing health programs, and, ensuring safe food is provided.
This survey aims to provide better quality information to determine what the community’s health and wellbeing concerns and issues are. Information received will support the City’s Public Health Plan, where actions that support and/or address health and wellbeing issues will be prioritised.
Consultation for the Public Health Plan will run from the 01/10/20 – 30/11/20. This survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete.
Providing your name and contact details is optional and will only be used so you can go into the draw to win a $250 fuel voucher, $250 grocery card voucher or, a 6 month Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre membership.
The Terms and Conditions for the Community Health and Wellbeing Survey are available below.
If you require more information, please contact the City of Armadale at email@example.com or on 08 9394 5000 or visit www.armadale.wa.gov.au/public-health-and-wellbeing-plan
Multicultural Advisory Group - Expression of Interest
Expressions of Interest closing 23 November 2020
Expressions of Interest are invited for the City of Armadale Multicultural Advisory Group. The purpose of the Advisory Group is to provide a forum where representatives of multicultural communities can discuss their aspirations and issues, and provide suggestions and ideas to the City for a more inclusive and cohesive community.
Community members who are interested in membership are invited to contact the Community Development team at the City of Armadale on 9394 5000 or email CSAdministration@armadale.wa.gov.au for an application form.
Strategic Community Plan feedback