Welcome!

We want you to be involved in decisions that affect you.

Belmont Connect is a meeting place for community discussion allowing you to share your ideas with us on important issues to help us with decision making.

If you live, work, visit or study in the City of Belmont, then register and share your ideas and comment on issues that interest you. Once you have registered, you can come back whenever you like to participate and comment on discussions.

Belmont Connect is here for you when you want it, to allow you to contribute to the growth of your community.

Register and Connect with us now - we look forward to talking with you.


Your privacy is protected and the discussions are moderated both externally and by Council officers.

We want you to be involved in decisions that affect you.

Belmont Connect is a meeting place for community discussion allowing you to share your ideas with us on important issues to help us with decision making.

If you live, work, visit or study in the City of Belmont, then register and share your ideas and comment on issues that interest you. Once you have registered, you can come back whenever you like to participate and comment on discussions.

Belmont Connect is here for you when you want it, to allow you to contribute to the growth of your community.

Register and Connect with us now - we look forward to talking with you.


Your privacy is protected and the discussions are moderated both externally and by Council officers.

Projects

  • Belmont Oasis Leisure Centre Master Plan

    3 months ago

    The Belmont Oasis Master Plan will result in a number of concept designs that capture the outcomes and priorities of the community and centre uses.

    These concepts will assist in establishing a basis for the City of Belmont Council and other providers to prepare, plan and deliver leisure and aquatic infrastructure and services that meet our community's needs.

    The Master Plan development requires the project team to research and gain an understanding of issues directly relating to Belmont Oasis and the Belmont community through extensive consultation with various state aquatic and sporting associations, clubs and the... Continue reading

    The Belmont Oasis Master Plan will result in a number of concept designs that capture the outcomes and priorities of the community and centre uses.

    These concepts will assist in establishing a basis for the City of Belmont Council and other providers to prepare, plan and deliver leisure and aquatic infrastructure and services that meet our community's needs.

    The Master Plan development requires the project team to research and gain an understanding of issues directly relating to Belmont Oasis and the Belmont community through extensive consultation with various state aquatic and sporting associations, clubs and the community.

    How do I keep up to date with the project?

    Watch this space and register your interest here.


  • Faulkner Civic Precinct

    by ConnectBelmont, over 1 year ago

    The Faulkner Civic Precinct is the civic heart of the City of Belmont. The City has prepared a master plan to shape ongoing activity and development in the precinct so that a long term vision can be achieved.

    Some of the key components of the Master Plan include a new multi-function Community Centre that will accommodate the library, senior citizens centre, museum, office spaces for not-for-profit organisations, crèche and café.

    Keep up to date on the project here.

    The Faulkner Civic Precinct is the civic heart of the City of Belmont. The City has prepared a master plan to shape ongoing activity and development in the precinct so that a long term vision can be achieved.

    Some of the key components of the Master Plan include a new multi-function Community Centre that will accommodate the library, senior citizens centre, museum, office spaces for not-for-profit organisations, crèche and café.

    Keep up to date on the project here.
  • Our Trees

    by ConnectBelmont, about 1 year ago

    We are seeking your input to help us grow Belmont's urban forest!

    Whilst we will do the digging and planting trees, we want the community to assist in setting some goals and targets for us. We need to know where more trees are needed and what the community wants in terms of tree programs, partnerships and actions.

    Have your say here – tell us your tree story, order a new tree or ask us a question.



    We are seeking your input to help us grow Belmont's urban forest!

    Whilst we will do the digging and planting trees, we want the community to assist in setting some goals and targets for us. We need to know where more trees are needed and what the community wants in terms of tree programs, partnerships and actions.

    Have your say here – tell us your tree story, order a new tree or ask us a question.



  • City of Belmont Library and Heritage Survey 2016

    3 months ago

    To ensure our services and resources are meeting the needs and expectations of the community we see your input and look forward to hearing your views.

    Thank you to everyone who contributed. Submissions have now closed.


    To ensure our services and resources are meeting the needs and expectations of the community we see your input and look forward to hearing your views.

    Thank you to everyone who contributed. Submissions have now closed.


  • 2016 Local History Photographic Awards

    4 months ago

    Share your family stories and photos and help the Belmont Museum in its mission to preserve and promote the rich history of the City of Belmont, and you could win a cash prize of $500!

    Dig out an old photograph which tells a story about your family. Bonus points if it also reveals an interesting or unknown aspect of the City of Belmont’s history. That includes Ascot, Kewdale, Redcliffe, Rivervale, Cloverdale and Belmont.

    Entries have now closed. Winners will be announced in August during Family History week.

    Share your family stories and photos and help the Belmont Museum in its mission to preserve and promote the rich history of the City of Belmont, and you could win a cash prize of $500!

    Dig out an old photograph which tells a story about your family. Bonus points if it also reveals an interesting or unknown aspect of the City of Belmont’s history. That includes Ascot, Kewdale, Redcliffe, Rivervale, Cloverdale and Belmont.

    Entries have now closed. Winners will be announced in August during Family History week.
  • Belmont on the Move

    by ConnectBelmont, about 1 year ago
    We want your input on Belmont on the Move Draft Integrated Movement Network Strategy for the City of Belmont.

    Belmont on the Move defines what key elements, policies, projects and strategies are required over the next 10 years to ensure that residents, visitors and businesses can continue to move in, around and through the City.

    This is your opportunity to provide your input into the plans for our future transport network.

    The public advertising period closed on 31 May 2016. The new strategy will be announced soon.



    We want your input on Belmont on the Move Draft Integrated Movement Network Strategy for the City of Belmont.

    Belmont on the Move defines what key elements, policies, projects and strategies are required over the next 10 years to ensure that residents, visitors and businesses can continue to move in, around and through the City.

    This is your opportunity to provide your input into the plans for our future transport network.

    The public advertising period closed on 31 May 2016. The new strategy will be announced soon.



  • Surrey Road Bike Boulevard

    9 months ago

    The Department of Transport’s Safe Active Streets Program has identified Surrey Road in the City of Belmont as a suitable street for an exciting new pilot project – a Bicycle Boulevard.

    The City of Belmont has been working with the Department of Transport to develop a concept plan for the corridor and we would like to know what you think.

    Public comment closed on 5 February 2016.

    Thank you to all those people who contributed.

    Information will continue to be updated as the project progresses.

    The Department of Transport’s Safe Active Streets Program has identified Surrey Road in the City of Belmont as a suitable street for an exciting new pilot project – a Bicycle Boulevard.

    The City of Belmont has been working with the Department of Transport to develop a concept plan for the corridor and we would like to know what you think.

    Public comment closed on 5 February 2016.

    Thank you to all those people who contributed.

    Information will continue to be updated as the project progresses.

  • Copley Park Vision

    about 1 year ago

    Consultation on the Copley Park Vision has now closed. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and ideas.

    Please continue to visit this page for further project updates.

    Consultation on the Copley Park Vision has now closed. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and ideas.

    Please continue to visit this page for further project updates.

  • Cultural Diversity

    by ConnectBelmont, about 1 year ago

    We are developing a Cultural Diversity Engagement Plan to help encourage further engagement, participation and inclusion of all culturally diverse communities within the City of Belmont.

    Thank you to everyone who contributed. The Draft Cultural Diversity Engagement Plan will be available for public comment by the end of the year.

    We are developing a Cultural Diversity Engagement Plan to help encourage further engagement, participation and inclusion of all culturally diverse communities within the City of Belmont.

    Thank you to everyone who contributed. The Draft Cultural Diversity Engagement Plan will be available for public comment by the end of the year.

  • Your City, Your Say

    by ConnectBelmont, over 1 year ago

    Complete our survey and help us find out how you want us to communicate with you.

    Complete our survey and help us find out how you want us to communicate with you.