Strategic Community Plan 2020-2040 Review

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

What is A Strategic Community Plan?

Strategic Community Plans set out Council’s plan to guide the future of Belmont, prepared in collaboration with our community. It is a plan for action on how we will deliver our shared vision for the future.

The plan will set the long-term direction and focus for Council’s planning, budget and resource allocation process. It will describe how we will focus our efforts and ensure strong alignment between Council priorities and strategies, as well as the services, programs and projects we deliver.

Next Steps

The City of Belmont has been talking to the community extensively to understand their priorities, needs and aspirations. Its clear that the community is passionate about Belmont and wants to build on the strengths of our community to create a liveable, productive and sustainable future.

A draft Plan has been developed as a result. All feedback will be considered and the final Plan will be presented to Council for adoption in April 2020.

Feedback has closed.

If you require information in alternative formats please let us know by emailing vanessa.loncar@belmont.wa.gov.au



What is A Strategic Community Plan?

Strategic Community Plans set out Council’s plan to guide the future of Belmont, prepared in collaboration with our community. It is a plan for action on how we will deliver our shared vision for the future.

The plan will set the long-term direction and focus for Council’s planning, budget and resource allocation process. It will describe how we will focus our efforts and ensure strong alignment between Council priorities and strategies, as well as the services, programs and projects we deliver.

Next Steps

The City of Belmont has been talking to the community extensively to understand their priorities, needs and aspirations. Its clear that the community is passionate about Belmont and wants to build on the strengths of our community to create a liveable, productive and sustainable future.

A draft Plan has been developed as a result. All feedback will be considered and the final Plan will be presented to Council for adoption in April 2020.

Feedback has closed.

If you require information in alternative formats please let us know by emailing vanessa.loncar@belmont.wa.gov.au



Discussions: All (5) Open (0)
  • Goal 1: Liveable Belmont

    7 months ago
    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    We are vibrant, desirable and liveable.

    The City of Belmont will be vibrant with exciting entertainment and dining experiences. The City and residents will provide strong support for community and sporting groups. There is a strong focus on improving footpaths and streetscapes. The City is considered a great place to live


    Replies Closed
  • Goal 2: Connected Belmont

    7 months ago
    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    We can get to where we want to go

    Our residents are connected socially and through physical infrastructure. Our City is safe and clean. Our neighbourhoods are walkable, rideable and well served by public transport. We have good traffic flow and are leaders in transportation. There is a sense of opportunity for everyone and an acceptance of all abilities. City residents are empowered.


    Replies Closed
  • Goal 3: Natural Belmont

    7 months ago
    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    We care for and enjoy our natural environment

    The City of Belmont feels peaceful, clean, green and healthy. Our streets are lined with trees. Our residents and businesses are environmentally aware. There is a connection with the river and natural areas. Sustainability is important to us. The City of Belmont will be known for its strong connection to the environment especially the river and trees. The verges will be green and dominated by natives. Parks will continue to be well maintained and their natural appeal enhanced. Sustainable development and expectations of sustainable practices of businesses are a part of the social fabric.



    Replies Closed
  • Goal 4: Creative Belmont

    7 months ago
    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    We are innovative, creative and progressive

    The City of Belmont’s diversity will be reflected in our residents as well as those working here. We will be seen as an inspiring, resilient and dynamic City. We will attract development with an atmosphere for change. The City will have an inspiring technology hub where discoveries are made.


    Replies Closed
  • Goal 5: Responsible Belmont

    7 months ago
    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    We are inclusive and engaging

    The City of Belmont advocates for the needs of the community by being responsive and consultative. The availability of the best community services and infrastructure will be facilitated. Heritage will be protected. The City will continue to be recognised for its location with convenient access to the river and progressive education establishments.


    Replies Closed