Playford businesses – we want to hear from you!
Each year the City of Playford seeks feedback from the local business community via the Playford Business Survey. The survey will take approximately eight minutes to complete and is open from Thursday, 11 June to Tuesday, 30 June.
The Playford Business Survey provides local businesses with an opportunity to have their say about their interactions with the City of Playford and their satisfaction with Council’s business services. Responses and feedback from the survey are used to introduce and enhance beneficial initiatives and services, and ensure we are providing the best possible support for our business community.
There is no doubt that 2020 has been a tumultuous year for businesses, with COVID-19 and the subsequent economic crisis. We want to hear how this has impacted your business, and what we can do as a Council to support you through the next year.
By taking this short survey, you are helping the City of Playford to better support your business. You can find the survey here.
Draft ABP - we want your feedback before June 16
Our Draft Annual Business Plan 2020/21 community consultation will soon close, but there is still time to have your say.
The Draft ABP outlines the next 12 months of service delivery and initiatives planned for the City of Playford and before it goes to council for approval we really want to know what you think.
The plan covers how we allocate your rates, so it's important that we hear from you.
We encourage you to view the documents and fill out the simple feedback form by 16 June!
Positive Futures Expo goes virtual
Our annual Positive Futures Expo will be held virtually on Tuesday, 30 June from 10am - 2pm.
Don’t worry, you can still expect to receive the same benefits from our digital expo as you have in previous years.
The expo showcases opportunities for further education, training, employment, volunteering and social inclusion available to people with a disability.
For more than 15 years, the City of Playford has hosted the annual Positive Futures Expo which is attended by more than 500 people from across northern Adelaide.
Disability, Access & Inclusion Plan
We are developing a new Disability Access & Inclusion Plan. The plan plays an important role in our community, ensuring people with a disability can access our services and facilities in Playford.
If you have a personal, family or professional experience with disability we want to hear from you! Consultation closes on Monday, 22 June.
Have your say: Disability Access & Inclusion Plan
Amy, Disability, Access and Inclusion Officer at the City of Playford is seeking your feedback on our Disability Access & Inclusion Plan. The plan plays an important role in our community, ensuring people with a disability can access our services and facilities in Playford. If you have a personal, family or professional experience with disability, we want to hear from you! Complete our five minute survey to have your say 👉 https://fal.cn/38x9G Together let’s make sure Playford is an accessible and inclusive community for all.Posted by City of Playford on Wednesday, 10 June 2020
Tried & Tested: How to have your say
This episode Kate is back to show you how you can have your say and join the conversation for the future of Playford.
Having your say is invaluable information for us as a Council and is a powerful vehicle on how we adapt to the changing needs of our community.
You can view all the current community consultations at www.playford.engagementhub.com.au
We encourage you to register to our Engagement Hub, so that you can be involved in any future community discussions.
Tried & Tested: Have your say
TRIED & TESTED: This episode Kate is back to show you how you can have your say and join the conversation for the future of Playford.Having your say is invaluable information for us as a Council and is a powerful vehicle on how we adapt to the changing needs of our community.You can view all the current community consultations at www.playford.engagementhub.com.auWe encourage you to register to our Engagement Hub, so that you can be involved in any future community discussions.Posted by City of Playford on Thursday, 11 June 2020