Help guide your city’s future

Published on 05 May 2022

Three female council employees, standing behind a table at a local community consultation session with brochures

Locals are invited to have their say on the city's future at a series of pop-up stalls to collect feedback for the new Community Strategic Plan (CSP).

The CSP is a strategic plan informed by the community that sets the direction and goals for the city over the next 20 years.

The current draft CSP was compiled after 15 months of consultation, and was put on public display for 28 days by Council at the last monthly meeting.

Council staff will be out in the community next week to collect any last minute feedback before a finalised plan goes to Council for adoption in June.

Council's Chief Corporate and Community Officer, Razija Numan, encouraged everyone to take a few minutes to look over and plan and provide feedback, either online or in person.

"This plan is a chance for everyone to tell us the big-picture things they want to see for Broken Hill over the next 20 years," said Ms Numan.

"Although Council compiles the plan, it actually belongs to the community and is informed by locals, so it's important as many people as possible have input.

"The CSP is the most important plan to provide strategic direction for Council, and also lets other major organisations and services in the city know what the local community want to see for the future."


The draft Community Strategic Plan can be viewed online here(PDF, 5MB) and online submissions can be made here.


Those wishing to provide feedback in person can do so at pop-up stalls at the following locations next week:

 Tuesday, May 10  8.30am - 11.30am  Broken Hill Regional Aquatic Centre
 Wednesday, May 11  10.00am - 2.00pm  Patton Park
 Thursday, May 12  10.00am - 4.00pm  Westside Plaza
 Friday, May 13  10.00am - 2.00pm  Town Square