engage.burnside


Welcome to engage.burnside

engage.burnside is designed to give you, your friends, colleagues and neighbours the opportunity to have a say on important issues and projects that shape our community. By participating in engage.burnside you will contribute to strengthening our community and assist the City of Burnside in making important decisions.

engage.burnside is like a big public meeting which everyone can attend and have their say. It gives you the opportunity to access information, read the discussions, join in the conversation and add your ideas and feedback when and where it suits you – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

We encourage you to join engage.burnside so you can add your comments and ideas to our Current Engagements. We also invite you to let us know what ideas you have to enrich and improve our community. Email us your thoughts.

Engage with us Burnside and Have Your Say!


Welcome to engage.burnside

engage.burnside is designed to give you, your friends, colleagues and neighbours the opportunity to have a say on important issues and projects that shape our community. By participating in engage.burnside you will contribute to strengthening our community and assist the City of Burnside in making important decisions.

engage.burnside is like a big public meeting which everyone can attend and have their say. It gives you the opportunity to access information, read the discussions, join in the conversation and add your ideas and feedback when and where it suits you – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

We encourage you to join engage.burnside so you can add your comments and ideas to our Current Engagements. We also invite you to let us know what ideas you have to enrich and improve our community. Email us your thoughts.

Engage with us Burnside and Have Your Say!

  • Hazelwood Park Management Plan

    7 months ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Consultation has concluded

    Plan for the Future - Have Your Say

    Hazelwood Park is an iconic State Heritage listed public open space. To ensure the Park continues to reflect community values and contribute to people’s health, happiness and wellbeing it is important that a Management Plan is created. The Plan can help to conserve and protect as well as rejuvenate this important community space.

    Go to the consultation page.

    Consultation has concluded

    Plan for the Future - Have Your Say

    Hazelwood Park is an iconic State Heritage listed public open space. To ensure the Park continues to reflect community values and contribute to people’s health, happiness and wellbeing it is important that a Management Plan is created. The Plan can help to conserve and protect as well as rejuvenate this important community space.

    Go to the consultation page.
  • Bell Yett Reserve, Wattle Park Update

    7 months ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    As part of a new partnership between Council and St Peter’s Girls’ School, the School will undertake improvements to Bell Yett Reserve that include an upgrade to the public car park and additional maintenance to the eastern playing field. All of the planned works will be funded by the School, while ensuring the facilities remain available for use by the community.

    Go to the consultation page.

    As part of a new partnership between Council and St Peter’s Girls’ School, the School will undertake improvements to Bell Yett Reserve that include an upgrade to the public car park and additional maintenance to the eastern playing field. All of the planned works will be funded by the School, while ensuring the facilities remain available for use by the community.

    Go to the consultation page.

  • Customer Service and Public Interaction Policy

    7 months ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Consultation has concluded

    This new policy defines the standards that the community can expect from Council employees, staff and associates of Council; and what Council and the community can expect from our customers to ensure that everyone using Council premises is kept safe.

    Go to the consultation page.


    Consultation has concluded

    This new policy defines the standards that the community can expect from Council employees, staff and associates of Council; and what Council and the community can expect from our customers to ensure that everyone using Council premises is kept safe.

    Go to the consultation page.


  • Footpath Replacement Works - Stage 6

    7 months ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Consultation has concluded

    The City of Burnside proposes to undertake footpath replacement works between March and May 2016. The existing footpath will be replaced with new concrete pavers. Please click here to see the stage 6 list of streets.

    Go to the consultation page.


    Consultation has concluded

    The City of Burnside proposes to undertake footpath replacement works between March and May 2016. The existing footpath will be replaced with new concrete pavers. Please click here to see the stage 6 list of streets.

    Go to the consultation page.


  • Eastwood - Local Area Traffic Management (December)

    7 months ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Consultation has concluded

    Council is consulting the residents of Eastwood on local traffic issues. Council seeks your opinion on the installation of traffic calming/control treatments.

    Residents of Eastwood have advised Council that the speed and volume of cut-through traffic in their neighbourhood are of most concern to them.

    Council has developed a number of options for the community to consider.

    Please take this opportunity to get involved and provide an indication of your support or otherwise for the various options being offered.

    Go to the consultation page.

    Consultation has concluded

    Council is consulting the residents of Eastwood on local traffic issues. Council seeks your opinion on the installation of traffic calming/control treatments.

    Residents of Eastwood have advised Council that the speed and volume of cut-through traffic in their neighbourhood are of most concern to them.

    Council has developed a number of options for the community to consider.

    Please take this opportunity to get involved and provide an indication of your support or otherwise for the various options being offered.

    Go to the consultation page.

  • Annual Community Survey November 2015

    7 months ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Survey has concluded

    Our desired outcome of the City of Burnside Strategic Community Plan Be the Future of Burnside 2025 is that, “our community is actively engaged and involved in shaping the City’s future.”

    The Annual Community Survey is one of the many tools that Council uses to enhance community input into the planning of council business and future years’ annual budgets.

    Go to the consultation page.


    Survey has concluded

    Our desired outcome of the City of Burnside Strategic Community Plan Be the Future of Burnside 2025 is that, “our community is actively engaged and involved in shaping the City’s future.”

    The Annual Community Survey is one of the many tools that Council uses to enhance community input into the planning of council business and future years’ annual budgets.

    Go to the consultation page.


  • Kensington Gardens Reserve Draft Master Plan

    7 months ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Consultation has concluded

    Kensington Gardens Reserve is the largest recreational area in the City of Burnside and is home to a range of recreational facilities including shelters, barbecues, adventure playground, sporting clubs and facilities. The Reserve is also home to a duck pond, creek and some significant trees.

    Council seeks to develop a Master Plan that will guide the future management of the Reserve to ensure it is integrated, sustainable and reflects the needs and wants of the community, the reserve users and Council.

    Go to the consultation page.

    Consultation has concluded

    Kensington Gardens Reserve is the largest recreational area in the City of Burnside and is home to a range of recreational facilities including shelters, barbecues, adventure playground, sporting clubs and facilities. The Reserve is also home to a duck pond, creek and some significant trees.

    Council seeks to develop a Master Plan that will guide the future management of the Reserve to ensure it is integrated, sustainable and reflects the needs and wants of the community, the reserve users and Council.

    Go to the consultation page.

  • Footpath Replacement Works - Stage 5

    7 months ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Consultation has concluded

    The City of Burnside proposes to undertake footpath replacement works between July 2015 and June 2016. The existing footpath will be replaced with new concrete pavers. Please click here to see the stage 5 list of streets.

    Go to the consultation page.

    Consultation has concluded

    The City of Burnside proposes to undertake footpath replacement works between July 2015 and June 2016. The existing footpath will be replaced with new concrete pavers. Please click here to see the stage 5 list of streets.

    Go to the consultation page.

  • Dog Park Improvements Conyngham Street, Glenside

    7 months ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Consultation has concluded

    Council is undertaking improvements to the Dog Park and is seeking your input on the design features of the park.

    As part of the 2015/16 business plan and budget process Council allocated funds towards improvements to the dog park. Through negotiation with the Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation the City of Burnside has secured a long-term license over the existing Conyngham Street Dog Park however, as part of the licence agreement, improvements to the dog park require the approval of the Minister and must be removable.

    Go to the consultation page.

    Consultation has concluded

    Council is undertaking improvements to the Dog Park and is seeking your input on the design features of the park.

    As part of the 2015/16 business plan and budget process Council allocated funds towards improvements to the dog park. Through negotiation with the Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation the City of Burnside has secured a long-term license over the existing Conyngham Street Dog Park however, as part of the licence agreement, improvements to the dog park require the approval of the Minister and must be removable.

    Go to the consultation page.
  • Playground Upgrade - Bell Yett Reserve Playground, Wattle Park

    7 months ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Consultation has concluded

    Council is upgrading this playground and seeks your feedback on what features you would like to see installed.

    Bell Yett Reserve is located on Stonyfell Road, Wattle Park.

    Go to the consultation page.


    Consultation has concluded

    Council is upgrading this playground and seeks your feedback on what features you would like to see installed.

    Bell Yett Reserve is located on Stonyfell Road, Wattle Park.

    Go to the consultation page.