Four-page A3 colour summary flyer delivered to:
- every household (55,000)
- most businesses (3,000)
- all community-based groups (2,000) in Casey and
outside that serve Casey
- preschools, libraries, recreation and leisure facilities,
community centres, tertiary institutes, maternal and
child health centres
Full copy of the strategy sent to all relevant state
government departments, neighbouring municipalities,
public authorities and service authorities for comment.
Presentation/discussion of strategy to:
- Casey Conservation Advisory Committee
- Casey Neighbourhood House managers
- Business forums
- Casey Youth Committee
- South-East Vegetable Growers Network
- Casey Access and Equity Committee
- Casey's staff in small groups
- Various other community groups
Over 600 copies of the document were requested and
given to individuals and groups in Casey.
The document was advertised and displayed on the Casey
Seven community workshops were held in April in
Casey's secondary colleges and one at a primary school.
Between 40 and 50 people attended each workshop, which
lasted for two hours. A large amount of material was
gained through this process to shape and refine the
A C21 development forum was planned for the Municipal
Offices (expected to attract over 100 key developers)
in early June 2002. Casey staff had direct contact and
feedback from well over 1,500 people. Over 300 people
attended forums in their local communities.
Day and evening displays in major shopping centres,
including Westfield Fountain Gate, Cranbourne Park and
Endeavour Hills. Contact was made with over 1,000 people
during this time.
Year 11 students at Casey's secondary colleges completed
an activity to analyse the strategy with respect to
Casey's youth issues.