Your City Your Say
Your City Your Say is Council's free community consultation program that allows you to have a say on things that affect your community. By signing up to Your City Your Say, you can expect to receive regular updates about Council projects and programs, including invitations to have your say via surveys, workshops or discussion forums – both online and face-to-face.
Have your say
Castamore Way Park project
Council is seeking community feedback on the draft concept plan for Castamore Way Park, Richlands. Have your say by 11.59pm on Thursday 3 December.
Graceville Riverside Parklands
The Graceville Riverside Parklands draft precinct plan is available for community feedback until Sunday 6 December 2020 via a short online survey.
Gasometer Park activation
Have your say on the future activation of Gasometer Park by completing an online survey by 11.59pm on 11 December 2020.
Have your say until until 11:59pm on Sunday 13 December 2020 on how you currently use the Sherwood Arboretum and what you value and enjoy most about it.
Windsor Local Community Centre
Have your say on the draft concept plan for the Windsor Local Community Centre by 11.59pm on Sunday 13 December 2020.
Green Bridges Program
Have your say until 29 January 2021 on the proposed bridge alignment options for the Toowong to West End and St Lucia to West Green Bridges.
Brisbane’s e-mobility strategy draft
Have your say until 11:59pm on Sunday 28 February 2021 on our draft strategy to encourage greater use of e-mobility devices across Brisbane.
City Plan - proposed citywide amendments
Have your say by 11.59pm on Sunday 13 December on Major amendment package G - rooftop gardens and
landscaped greenspace and Major amendment package K - Lamb house.
Community engagement has benefits for you as a resident as well as Brisbane City Council.
It allows Council to access wider sources of information, points of view and potential solutions. It also gives residents a better understanding of the issues behind the decision making process and the related constraints or opportunities that exist.
You can provide feedback direct to Council on the following:
- what’s important to you
- how you feel about the big issues facing Brisbane
- your thoughts on growth and change occurring in your neighbourhood and across the city
- how you feel about specific plans and projects that Council has in mind
- the services that you want in your community
- how Council’s existing programs and services are doing, and where Council can improve.