Share your ideas to shape Hume's future

Hume City Council is seeking ideas from the community about what will make Hume a great place to live, learn, work and play in the future.

The ideas you share, along with what we've heard through previous consultations, will help a Community Panel, made up of 40 Hume community members, to write a Community Vision for Hume City. The Community Vision will describe a future the Hume community want to achieve together, and will guide all of Hume City Council’s work.

The ideas you share will also be used to ensure the 4-year Council Plan and budget, and the 10-year financial and asset plans reflect the expectations and priorities of the Hume community.

To make this Vision truly representative of the diverse Hume community, we want to hear from you if you live, learn, work or play in Hume City.

How can I get involved?

Register to be part of the Hume Community Panel

We are looking for 40 Hume community members to form a Community Panel. The Panel will work with the ideas and feedback from the community to develop a draft Community Vision for Hume City and work with Council to shape the themes and priorities to support this vision.

Anyone who has a connection to Hume is encouraged to apply. If you are a successful Panel applicant, we will work with you to ensure you have the support you need to take part.

Please note, due to COVID restrictions easing the four Panel sessions will now be held in person.

Applications to the Panel have now closed. Successful applicants will be informed in early May.

Find out more in the Community Panel FAQs.

Register your interest to be part of the Community Panel.


Online
  • Share your ideas on the online ideas boards, and see what others have said.
  • Two online workshops were held in March.

In-person
  • Three community workshops were held in April.
  • Five bilingual workshops were held in March
  • Staff attended 12 events across Hume in February and March to collect ideas about Hume's future.


Lead a conversation with your community
  • The Conversation Kit provides all the information you need, including note-taking pages, to host a conversation with a small group to share ideas for the future of Hume.
  • Conversation kit submissions have now closed.

Hume City Council is seeking ideas from the community about what will make Hume a great place to live, learn, work and play in the future.

The ideas you share, along with what we've heard through previous consultations, will help a Community Panel, made up of 40 Hume community members, to write a Community Vision for Hume City. The Community Vision will describe a future the Hume community want to achieve together, and will guide all of Hume City Council’s work.

The ideas you share will also be used to ensure the 4-year Council Plan and budget, and the 10-year financial and asset plans reflect the expectations and priorities of the Hume community.

To make this Vision truly representative of the diverse Hume community, we want to hear from you if you live, learn, work or play in Hume City.

How can I get involved?

Register to be part of the Hume Community Panel

We are looking for 40 Hume community members to form a Community Panel. The Panel will work with the ideas and feedback from the community to develop a draft Community Vision for Hume City and work with Council to shape the themes and priorities to support this vision.

Anyone who has a connection to Hume is encouraged to apply. If you are a successful Panel applicant, we will work with you to ensure you have the support you need to take part.

Please note, due to COVID restrictions easing the four Panel sessions will now be held in person.

Applications to the Panel have now closed. Successful applicants will be informed in early May.

Find out more in the Community Panel FAQs.

Register your interest to be part of the Community Panel.


Online
  • Share your ideas on the online ideas boards, and see what others have said.
  • Two online workshops were held in March.

In-person
  • Three community workshops were held in April.
  • Five bilingual workshops were held in March
  • Staff attended 12 events across Hume in February and March to collect ideas about Hume's future.


Lead a conversation with your community
  • The Conversation Kit provides all the information you need, including note-taking pages, to host a conversation with a small group to share ideas for the future of Hume.
  • Conversation kit submissions have now closed.