Community Forums

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Keeping you informed and giving you a say in shaping services for your community


As part of developing new channels for proactive and regular engagement with the community, the City of Hobart trialled two Community Forums during April 2015 in South Hobart and Mount Stuart.

An evaluation of the trial forums was undertaken and findings identified that the forums met their intended purpose and achieved community support. A proposal was presented to the Council to formally approve the use of community forums as a permanent addition to the Council's community engagement mechanisms.

The Council recognises that Community Forums are an important community engagement tool to help to improve communication between the Council and residents and ratepayers of Hobart, as well as the wider Hobart community and therefore resolved to hold a series of four Community Engagement Forums annually - three to be held in alternating neighbourhood areas and one to be held at the Hobart Town Hall as part of the Council's Annual General Meeting.


Please note: The Community Forums are currently on hold until the council complete's the review of its Community Engagement Framework.


You can browse the tab sections on the right for further information, agendas, previous Forum notes and presentations, together with the Community Engagement Forum Charter.

Keeping you informed and giving you a say in shaping services for your community


As part of developing new channels for proactive and regular engagement with the community, the City of Hobart trialled two Community Forums during April 2015 in South Hobart and Mount Stuart.

An evaluation of the trial forums was undertaken and findings identified that the forums met their intended purpose and achieved community support. A proposal was presented to the Council to formally approve the use of community forums as a permanent addition to the Council's community engagement mechanisms.

The Council recognises that Community Forums are an important community engagement tool to help to improve communication between the Council and residents and ratepayers of Hobart, as well as the wider Hobart community and therefore resolved to hold a series of four Community Engagement Forums annually - three to be held in alternating neighbourhood areas and one to be held at the Hobart Town Hall as part of the Council's Annual General Meeting.


Please note: The Community Forums are currently on hold until the council complete's the review of its Community Engagement Framework.


You can browse the tab sections on the right for further information, agendas, previous Forum notes and presentations, together with the Community Engagement Forum Charter.