Welcome to Your Say Hobart!

This engagement hub is a space for you to contribute your ideas and provide feedback on a range of Council projects and activities.

To participate, you will need to register. As a registered member, you will receive regular updates about new engagements and ways to get involved. You can also nominate areas or the types of issues that you are most interested in.

If you don't want to register and participate online, you can still read about engagement projects by browsing the documents and downloading the engagement package for each project. The engagement package details other ways that you can participate.

Current engagement opportunities are listed below. Please scroll down to find what you are interested in.

Take the opportunity to get involved, be informed and have Your Say Hobart!

If you wish to provide general feedback or comments relating to the City or Council activities, please email us at coh@hobartcity.com.au

This engagement hub is a space for you to contribute your ideas and provide feedback on a range of Council projects and activities.

To participate, you will need to register. As a registered member, you will receive regular updates about new engagements and ways to get involved. You can also nominate areas or the types of issues that you are most interested in.

If you don't want to register and participate online, you can still read about engagement projects by browsing the documents and downloading the engagement package for each project. The engagement package details other ways that you can participate.

Current engagement opportunities are listed below. Please scroll down to find what you are interested in.

Take the opportunity to get involved, be informed and have Your Say Hobart!

If you wish to provide general feedback or comments relating to the City or Council activities, please email us at coh@hobartcity.com.au

  • City of Hobart By-Laws Review

    about 14 hours ago
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    The City of Hobart is undertaking a review of five of its six by-laws, which are due to expire between August and October 2018. As part of this review, the Council is giving the community the opportunity to have their say and is seeking public comment on the following draft by-laws:

    • Public Spaces;
    • Infrastructure;
    • Car Parks;
    • Environmental Health; and
    • Waste Management.

    The City of Hobart is undertaking a review of five of its six by-laws, which are due to expire between August and October 2018. As part of this review, the Council is giving the community the opportunity to have their say and is seeking public comment on the following draft by-laws:

    • Public Spaces;
    • Infrastructure;
    • Car Parks;
    • Environmental Health; and
    • Waste Management.
  • Battery Point Slipyards Masterplan

    3 days ago
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    The Battery Point Slipyards has a long history of boat building and other activities and the City would like to know how you think the area should be managed in the future.

    To find out more and have your say, register for the community workshop or attend one of the upcoming drop in sessions.

    The Battery Point Slipyards has a long history of boat building and other activities and the City would like to know how you think the area should be managed in the future.

    To find out more and have your say, register for the community workshop or attend one of the upcoming drop in sessions.

  • Development of a Transport Strategy for the City of Hobart

    9 months ago
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    The City of Hobart is preparing a Transport Strategy that will enable the City to identify and plan for future transport demands to 2030 and beyond. The strategy will support growth in our population, our economy and improve social and environmental outcomes for the City.

    We want the community's help to identify the most important issues that the Transport Strategy will need to tackle.

    Please get involved and tell us what you think!

    The City of Hobart is preparing a Transport Strategy that will enable the City to identify and plan for future transport demands to 2030 and beyond. The strategy will support growth in our population, our economy and improve social and environmental outcomes for the City.

    We want the community's help to identify the most important issues that the Transport Strategy will need to tackle.

    Please get involved and tell us what you think!

  • Marieville Esplanade Coastal Adaptation Pathways project

    3 months ago
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    The City of Hobart is undertaking the Marieville Esplanade Coastal Adaptation Pathways project, a coastal conversation with the community.

    The project will share information on the climate hazards of sea level rise, coastal erosion and inundation. We are seeking input from the community about its values; experiences and observations; and typical responses to environmental impacts and protecting property and land.

    Get involved and have you say now!

    The City of Hobart is undertaking the Marieville Esplanade Coastal Adaptation Pathways project, a coastal conversation with the community.

    The project will share information on the climate hazards of sea level rise, coastal erosion and inundation. We are seeking input from the community about its values; experiences and observations; and typical responses to environmental impacts and protecting property and land.

    Get involved and have you say now!
  • Community Engagement Review

    about 1 month ago
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    The City of Hobart is currently reviewing its Community Engagement Framework and is seeking your feedback about how we can best communicate with and include the community in Council decision making.

    Get involved and have your say now!

    The City of Hobart is currently reviewing its Community Engagement Framework and is seeking your feedback about how we can best communicate with and include the community in Council decision making.

    Get involved and have your say now!

  • West Hobart Pedestrian Improvements

    about 2 months ago
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    The engagement period for this project has now closed. The City is currently reviewing all feedback and will report back on the results of this consultation soon.

    The City of Hobart is proposing to improve a series of pedestrian crossing facilities in Hill Street, West Hobart, between Arthur Street and Faraday Street. Project officers would like to hear from people who may live, own a property, go to school, work, shop or operate a business in West Hobart.

    The engagement period for this project has now closed. The City is currently reviewing all feedback and will report back on the results of this consultation soon.

    The City of Hobart is proposing to improve a series of pedestrian crossing facilities in Hill Street, West Hobart, between Arthur Street and Faraday Street. Project officers would like to hear from people who may live, own a property, go to school, work, shop or operate a business in West Hobart.

  • City of Hobart Art Prize Review

    about 2 months ago
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    The engagement period for this project has now closed. The City is currently reviewing all feedback and will report back on the results of this consultation soon.

    The City has recently undertaken an extensive consultation phase to review the City of Hobart Art Prize,

    Based on the results of the community consultation and submissions received in 2016, Richard Brecknock’s Options Paper identified three potential options for the direction of the art prize


    The engagement period for this project has now closed. The City is currently reviewing all feedback and will report back on the results of this consultation soon.

    The City has recently undertaken an extensive consultation phase to review the City of Hobart Art Prize,

    Based on the results of the community consultation and submissions received in 2016, Richard Brecknock’s Options Paper identified three potential options for the direction of the art prize


  • 2017/18 Budget

    3 months ago
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    The engagement period for this project has now closed. The City is currently reviewing all feedback and will report back on the results of this consultation soon.

    The City of Hobart is starting to prepare its 2017/18 budget and we want you to participate by sharing your thoughts on what matters most to you.

    Why not take the budget challenge and show us how you would balance the City of Hobart's 2017/18 operational budget? The budget simulator tool will allow you to adjust spending on particular things and see how your choices impact on services delivered and ultimately, your rates.

    The engagement period for this project has now closed. The City is currently reviewing all feedback and will report back on the results of this consultation soon.

    The City of Hobart is starting to prepare its 2017/18 budget and we want you to participate by sharing your thoughts on what matters most to you.

    Why not take the budget challenge and show us how you would balance the City of Hobart's 2017/18 operational budget? The budget simulator tool will allow you to adjust spending on particular things and see how your choices impact on services delivered and ultimately, your rates.

  • Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Centre Draft Master Plan

    4 months ago
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    The engagement period for this project has now closed. The City is currently reviewing all feedback and will report back on the results of this consultation soon.

    The Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Centre is a very popular community facility but at almost 21 years old, it is due for significant redevelopment.

    A Draft Master Plan for the centre has been developed and the City is now seeking community feedback on this project.

    The engagement period for this project has now closed. The City is currently reviewing all feedback and will report back on the results of this consultation soon.

    The Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Centre is a very popular community facility but at almost 21 years old, it is due for significant redevelopment.

    A Draft Master Plan for the centre has been developed and the City is now seeking community feedback on this project.

  • South Hobart Pedestrian Improvements

    4 months ago
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    The engagement period for this project has now closed. The City is currently reviewing all feedback and will report back on the results of this consultation soon.

    The City is proposing a range of pedestrian improvements in Macquarie Street, South Hobart. The improvements would provide a continuous, level, step-free pedestrian path along the south side of Macquarie Street from D’Arcy Street to the signalised pedestrian crossing at the Southern Outlet.


    The engagement period for this project has now closed. The City is currently reviewing all feedback and will report back on the results of this consultation soon.

    The City is proposing a range of pedestrian improvements in Macquarie Street, South Hobart. The improvements would provide a continuous, level, step-free pedestrian path along the south side of Macquarie Street from D’Arcy Street to the signalised pedestrian crossing at the Southern Outlet.