Take a seat on the Conversation Couch

WHAT does a safe community look like?

That is the question Glenorchy City Council’s Safer Communities Officer is asking people who live, work, study, play, visit or shop in the city of Glenorchy.

The purpose behind this question is to set the direction for the development of the new Glenorchy City Council Safer Community Strategy.

Over the coming months you may see the “Conversation Couch” popping up in various locations across the city.

Please feel free to join in the community conversation and have your say about what makes a community feel safe.

To contribute your ideas, your co-workers’ ideas or your students’ ideas directly to Council, submit photos featuring written signs expressing ideas about community safety via email (with your name and contact details) to Glenorchy City Council’s Safer Communities Officer Lisa Rudd at lrudd@gcc.tas.gov.au.

For more information or to host the Conversation Couch at your location, contact Lisa on telephone 6216 6800.

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