Draft Liveability, Wellbeing and Resilience Strategy

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Consultation has now closed and we thank you for your valuable feedback

Over the past two years, Council has been working towards developing a long-term Strategy to shape the future liveability, wellbeing and resilience of the Maroondah community supporting community outcomes and key directions within Maroondah 2040: Our future together.

The Draft Maroondah Liveability Wellbeing and Resilience Strategy 2021-2031 has been developed through extensive community engagement, stakeholder consultation, and analysis of factors that influence the health, wellbeing, liveability and resilience of the Maroondah community.

The past 18 months has seen significant impacts of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the Maroondah community, including social impacts affecting community health and wellbeing. This Strategy seeks to incorporate long-term directions for community recovery, building upon the COVID19 Recovery Plan adopted by Council in early 2021.

Council’s contribution to delivery of this Maroondah Liveability Wellbeing and Resilience Strategy 2021-2031 will be highlighted in a range of supporting action plans, including those with a focus on health and wellbeing, disability, and active and healthy ageing. These action plans will be revised periodically to enable adaptation to emerging community needs and aspirations over the lifespan of the Strategy.

Once adopted by Council, this Strategy will meet requirements of the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008, and replace the previous Maroondah Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017-2021.

The period for community feedback is now closed. Thankyou to all community members who provided input. Feedback provided will be considered ahead of the Strategy being presented to Council for adoption.


Consultation has now closed and we thank you for your valuable feedback

Over the past two years, Council has been working towards developing a long-term Strategy to shape the future liveability, wellbeing and resilience of the Maroondah community supporting community outcomes and key directions within Maroondah 2040: Our future together.

The Draft Maroondah Liveability Wellbeing and Resilience Strategy 2021-2031 has been developed through extensive community engagement, stakeholder consultation, and analysis of factors that influence the health, wellbeing, liveability and resilience of the Maroondah community.

The past 18 months has seen significant impacts of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the Maroondah community, including social impacts affecting community health and wellbeing. This Strategy seeks to incorporate long-term directions for community recovery, building upon the COVID19 Recovery Plan adopted by Council in early 2021.

Council’s contribution to delivery of this Maroondah Liveability Wellbeing and Resilience Strategy 2021-2031 will be highlighted in a range of supporting action plans, including those with a focus on health and wellbeing, disability, and active and healthy ageing. These action plans will be revised periodically to enable adaptation to emerging community needs and aspirations over the lifespan of the Strategy.

Once adopted by Council, this Strategy will meet requirements of the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008, and replace the previous Maroondah Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017-2021.

The period for community feedback is now closed. Thankyou to all community members who provided input. Feedback provided will be considered ahead of the Strategy being presented to Council for adoption.