Community surveys are regularly undertaken at the Shire of Esperance to gather data that will assist Council when making decisions on behalf of the community. Surveys can be specific to a project, service or facility or can be based on all Shire services. Community members are encouraged to participate in surveys when the opportunity arises. This makes sure data collected is representative of community sentiment and provides a sound base for the development and determination of decisions that need to be made in the future.
Surveys ask for your views on projects, local services and facilities and your ideas about how these can be developed, maintained or improved. Surveys are a positive way for the community to have a say.
Strategic Community Plan Review 2021 - OPEN NOW
Do you want to be involved in setting the direction of the Shire for the next 10 years?
Complete the survey here and sign up to receive information on upcoming community workshops for the review of our Strategic Community Plan.
Esperance Urban Nodes Trial
Survey closed April 30, 2021
Murdidyinakabi - Lake Monjingup Survey
Feedback will assist the Shire in drafting the Murdidyinakabi - Lake Monjingup Management Plan.
Survey closed March 3, 2021
Esperance Mountain Bike Trails Online Survey
Identifying areas suitable for the possible development of mountain bike facilities.
Survey closed March 31, 2020.
Esperance Airport Master Plan Survey
Shaping the future of the Esperance Airport?
Survey closed June 26, 2020.
Food Organics Garden Organics (FOGO Survey)
understanding the future requirements and aspirations for waste and recycling services within the Shire of Esperance.
Survey closed November 12, 2021.
Strategic Community Plan
Work is continuing on the Strategic Community Plan with review workshops being undertaken with representatives groups, and survey and workshop results. Our four previous themes have been developed into five to cover community priorities and challenges in the ten year plan. Our Community Connection, Our Natural Environment, Growth and Prosperity, Built Environment and Community Leadership. All survey’s are available for viewing, those received via hard copy have been entered verbatim, should you wish to see what has been proposed as our biggest challenges and opportunities please read this valuable input. The information we gathered during the workshops has assisted in determining solutions and strategies that will ensure the plan is reflective of our communities goals and aspirations.