Planning for health and wellbeing

Last year, we conducted our biggest ever community consultation — Casey Next — to ask about your vision for the future of Casey. You told us that health and wellbeing is of high priority to you.

Since then, we have reviewed local health and social data to see what the evidence tells us are the main health and wellbeing issues for Casey. We also talked to our public health partners and community organisations to understand their perspective on the main health and wellbeing issues for Casey.

Using all of this information we have developed the Draft Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017-21 that sets out the main health and wellbeing priorities for Council and its partners to focus on over the next four years.

What do you think?

At the Council Meeting on 15 August 2017, the Draft Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017-21 was endorsed for public exhibition and submissions.

The exhibition period of the draft plan has now closed. Thank you to those who provided feedback, it will be considered in the final plan to be adopted by Council in October.

Got a question?

If you are unsure about something, check out the Frequently Asked Questions, or submit a question below. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

Last year, we conducted our biggest ever community consultation — Casey Next — to ask about your vision for the future of Casey. You told us that health and wellbeing is of high priority to you.

Since then, we have reviewed local health and social data to see what the evidence tells us are the main health and wellbeing issues for Casey. We also talked to our public health partners and community organisations to understand their perspective on the main health and wellbeing issues for Casey.

Using all of this information we have developed the Draft Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017-21 that sets out the main health and wellbeing priorities for Council and its partners to focus on over the next four years.

What do you think?

At the Council Meeting on 15 August 2017, the Draft Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017-21 was endorsed for public exhibition and submissions.

The exhibition period of the draft plan has now closed. Thank you to those who provided feedback, it will be considered in the final plan to be adopted by Council in October.

Got a question?

If you are unsure about something, check out the Frequently Asked Questions, or submit a question below. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

Tell us what you think

Did we get it right? Is there anything else that should be included in the plan?

Submissions close at 5.00 pm on Monday 17 September, 2017.

Your feedback will be considered in preparing the final draft documents to present to Council at an Ordinary Council meeting later this year.

CLOSED: This survey has concluded.