Let's shape Hume's future together

Hume City Council sought ideas from the community about what will make Hume a great place to live, learn, work and play in the future. The ideas shared, along with what we’ve heard, helped our Community Panel to draft a Community Vision for Hume City.

On Saturday 31 July Hume a large group of community members attended an interactive online workshop where the draft community vision was revealed.

In small groups community members had the opportunity to talk about the actions needed to achieve the three themes in the four-year Council Plan:

  1. A community that is resilient, inclusive and thriving
  2. A city that is connected, appealing and climate responsive
  3. A Council that inspires leadership, is accountable, and puts the community first

Feedback from this session is currently being collated and reviewed for inclusion in the four-year Council Plan.

How do I give feedback?

You can give your feedback via this page. You can develop our long-term financial plan by using a Budget Simulator where you can have your say on what services and projects are important to you.

You can suggest the actions that should be prioritised to achieve the three themes by using the tools at the bottom of the page.

What happens next?

The Community Panel will meet for a final time on Saturday 21 August to review the feedback you gave on the vision on Saturday 31 July. They will agree on the changes to make to the draft community vision and the final vision will be adopted by Council by 31 October 2021.

Your comments and feedback on the actions for the Council Plan will inform the draft Council Plan. After creating the draft we will be going out around mid-September for your feedback.

Hume City Council sought ideas from the community about what will make Hume a great place to live, learn, work and play in the future. The ideas shared, along with what we’ve heard, helped our Community Panel to draft a Community Vision for Hume City.

On Saturday 31 July Hume a large group of community members attended an interactive online workshop where the draft community vision was revealed.

In small groups community members had the opportunity to talk about the actions needed to achieve the three themes in the four-year Council Plan:

  1. A community that is resilient, inclusive and thriving
  2. A city that is connected, appealing and climate responsive
  3. A Council that inspires leadership, is accountable, and puts the community first

Feedback from this session is currently being collated and reviewed for inclusion in the four-year Council Plan.

How do I give feedback?

You can give your feedback via this page. You can develop our long-term financial plan by using a Budget Simulator where you can have your say on what services and projects are important to you.

You can suggest the actions that should be prioritised to achieve the three themes by using the tools at the bottom of the page.

What happens next?

The Community Panel will meet for a final time on Saturday 21 August to review the feedback you gave on the vision on Saturday 31 July. They will agree on the changes to make to the draft community vision and the final vision will be adopted by Council by 31 October 2021.

Your comments and feedback on the actions for the Council Plan will inform the draft Council Plan. After creating the draft we will be going out around mid-September for your feedback.