Community sessions – hearing from you

Community sessions – hearing from you


Contributions to this consultation are now closed. The project team will report back on key outcomes.

While 2050 may seem a long time away, we need to plan now if we are to meet the ongoing and future needs of our communities.

More than a decade ago, we worked with our communities to create a plan for a green, global and connected city.

Sustainable Sydney 2030 underpins our actions on climate change, our support for local businesses, our work on parks, playgrounds and cycleways, and our dedication to supporting the city’s creative and cultural life.

Looking beyond 2030

Now, it’s time for us to plan beyond 2030. We've been undertaking extensive community consultation program for everyone who lives, works and studies in or visits our city. This will help us develop our new community strategic plan – Sustainable Sydney 2050.

We're holding 2 community sessions in July 2019. We previously held sessions in February and March. Join us and let us know what’s on your mind for the future of your local area.

  • Thursday 25 July 2019 6pm–7.30pm 
    Kings Cross Library, Level 1, 50–52 Darlinghurst Road, Potts Point
  • Tuesday 30 July 2019 6pm–7.30pm
    Paddington Town Hall, 249 Oxford Street, Paddington

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Please note, each event is limited to 100 people.

The community sessions will be an opportunity to share your thoughts about your local area with the Lord Mayor and Councillors.

Accessibility needs

The City of Sydney is committed to providing accessible and inclusive events. This event will be held in an accessible venue and live captioning will be provided.

If you have any access or communication needs, please contact Craig Ryan on 02 9265 9333 and we will be happy to discuss your needs.

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Key dates

Community sessions:

  • 25 July 2019
  • 30 July 2019


Craig Ryan
Community Engagement Officer
02 9265 9333

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Last updated: Thursday, 1 August 2019