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Kids Co-Design Consultation

Council needs your help to make our community a healthier place to live.

We build places and spaces in the community for everyone to enjoy. We would like you to tell us about your local community so we can create spaces that promote a healthier way of life. 

Have Your Say

Participation gives all children the chance to go in draw to win one of three great prizes.

Children are asked to complete a short survey and quick online audit (with the permission of their parent, teacher or carer).

Fill out a short survey 

Tell us about what you think about the places you visit in your community. You will also be asked to provide some information about yourself that will help Council better understand your responses.  

Complete Online Survey

Create a quick audit 

Look around your community and describe places you like to visit by: 

  • taking some photos 
  • drawing a picture of the place
  • recording the sounds of the place as a short audio file 
  • writing a poem
  • writing a list of words about the place as a word cloud
  • taking screenshots of a map of your area and highlighting particular places on the map that appeal to you

For some inspiration

Check out Kids Gallery to see some examples of data other kids have collected from their neighbourhoods.

Survey and audit data collected from this project will be displayed in an online gallery to showcase your wonderful work, more details to come.

Complete Audit Survey

Community feedback will be accepted until Sunday 12 December, 5pm.

For more information, please contact Sarah Fowler via email or telephone 8571 1648.

Privacy Statement/Collection Notice

Participation in this survey is voluntary. The information students may provide is being collected for the purpose of involving students in designing healthy neighbourhoods. The information collected may be shared with Vic Health and Monash and Deakin Universities for the same purpose. All response data is anonymous and will not contain information that will personally identify students. 

Read Council's Privacy and Personal Information Policy here.