We're coming to your neighbourhood. If you see us, pop over and say hello!

We want our city to be a beautiful, liveable, caring, and inviting place for everyone, so we're hitting the road and visiting Geelong neighbourhoods to discuss a range of projects with you. Your feedback is an important part of our planning for the future.

We know that everyone is busy, so to have regular and meaningful conversations on topics that matter to you, we will come to the places you live, work and play.

Our city continues to grow at a rapid rate, so we need to plan for challenges that come with increased urbanisation, such as climate change, technological advances, transport and parking.

We’re keen to listen, so let’s work together to create the Geelong of the future.

We encourage you to follow the project to receive regular updates as we update times and locations.

Community Engagement Survey

In the meantime, we want to find out how well we are engaging with our community by asking you a few, short questions.

Your feedback will help us improve the way we seek feedback and have conversations with you, your friends, family members and neighbours.

This survey should only take 1-2 minutes to complete.

We're listening

Neighbourhood Conversations for 2024

Please note - Caretaker provisions may impact engagements in the lead up to the next Council General election in October 2024.

Conversations held in 2023

Neighbourhood Conversations held in 2023

Thank you to everyone who droppped in and chatted with us.
  • February

    Saturday 18 February, 2023 - Wurriki Nyal Civic Precinct, Mercer Street Geelong (10.00am to 1.30pm)

  • June

    Monday 5 June, 2023 - Corio Village, Bacchus Marsh Rd, Corio (1pm - 5pm)

  • September

    Tuesday 5 September, 2023 - Boronggook Drysdale Library from 1-4pm.

  • December

    Waurn Ponds skate park & Leisurelink - Thursday 7 December at 9:30am to 11:30am - Leisurelink & 3:30pm to 5pm - Waurn Ponds skate park.

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Bellarine Ward - Barwon Heads, Bellarine, Breamlea, Clifton Springs, Connewarre, Curlewis, Drysdale, Indented Head, Leopold, Mannerim, Marcus Hill, Moolap, Ocean Grove, Point Lonsdale, Portarlington, St Leonards, Swan Bay, Wallington

Brownbill Ward - Batesford, Bell Park, Bell Post Hill, Breakwater, Drumcondra, East Geelong, Fyansford, Geelong, Geelong West, Hamlyn Heights, Herne Hill, Manifold Heights, Moolap, Newcomb, Newtown, North Geelong, Rippleside, South Geelong, St Albans Park, Thomson, Whittington

Kardinia Ward - Armstrong Creek, Belmont, Ceres, Grovedale, Highton, Marshall, Mount Duneed, Wandana Heights, Waurn Ponds

Windermere Ward - Anakie, Avalon, Balliang, Batesford, Bell Park, Bell Post Hill, Corio, Fyansford, Hamlyn Heights, Lara, Little River, Lovely Banks, Moorabool, Norlane, North Geelong, North Shore, Point Wilson, Staughton Vale