Our community enjoys getting out and about with family and friends and making the most of public assets that add to the liveability of our City.

To effectively maintain and manage the $930 million worth of public assets on behalf of our community, we are developing a 10-year Asset Plan to determine the provision of suitable community infrastructure, including when and how to renew, expand, or upgrade, to ensure best use of these assets now and into the future.

Given the community funds these assets, of which we are the custodians, it is important we hear from you to help develop this document.

In this initial conversation we’d like you to think about the types of assets you use – specifically whether there's enough of them, your thoughts on their quality and condition, and whether they are accessible, and fit for purpose.

This could include whether there are enough playgrounds and rubbish bins, whether the quality of footpaths are up to scratch, and whether our community centres and libraries are accessible and offer services residents want.

This will help inform the way we plan to manage and maintain these assets, and what the associated costs will be to do so, over the next ten years.

You can help us by filling in the attached questionnaire.

We’ll come back to you later for your feedback on the Draft document that will be shaped by this initial input.

Asset Plan Working Group

We are also looking to establish an Asset Plan Working Group dedicated to unpacking and refining community thinking and providing their comments on the Draft Asset Plan.

The Group will meet twice in the first half of 2022 and membership is voluntary.

To register your interest, complete and submit the EOI form below or download an electronic copy from the document library and email it to communityengagement@maribyrnong.vic.gov.au

Registrations close 5pm Sunday 20 February.

Help us plan our asset management/plan the next ten years of asset management.

We want to ensure the 10-year Asset Plan reflects the aspirations and expectations of our growing population and are keen to hear from you what you think about the quality, quantity and condition of our public assets, what you think is important, and what you think should be included in this overarching document.

Complete the survey below by 5pm Sunday 27 February.