Your Say Canada Bay

Canada Bay Have Your Say

Welcome to Your Say Canada Bay - the City of Canada Bay's online community consultation site.

Want to have a say about issues that affect us all?  Then Register to join the online consultations and become involved! 

Your Say Canada Bay is an exciting online consultation website where you, your colleagues, friends and neighbours can respond with your ideas and comments, complete quick polls and surveys and where you can help shape future directions and guide the City of Canada Bay in making important decisions.

Check out our consultation news below and browse current consultations on the right hand side to participate in discussion forums and surveys and to see what others are saying. 

It's easy to participate! Simply click on the register button, choose your own screenname to comment anonymously.

Have Your Say Canada Bay....We're Listening!


  • Draft 2014-15 Integrated Plans

    Council recently placed our draft 2014-15 Operating Plan and Budget on public exhibition. This incorporates:

    • All Council's proposed activities for 2014-15;
    • Our draft 2014-15 Budget;
    • Our proposed capital works projects for 2014-15; and
    • Our draft 2014-15 Schedule of Fees and Charges (including proposed residential and
      business rates).

    Together, these documents and proposals reflect the programs, activities and strategies Council will put in place to achieve the community's long term vision for the City.

    The exhibition ran from 18 April - 16 May and we received a range of comments, questions, feedback and input. This is now being....Read more

    by Georgina_Inwood 30 Apr 2014, 09:24 AM
  • 'The Connection' - Rhodes Community Precinct - Concept Design Consultation



    The City of Canada Bay is committed to delivering a modern, multipurpose Community Precinct that provides combination of indoor and outdoor spaces, addressing the foreshore and adjacent open spaces. This facility will provide services and programs for the growing and changing needs of the population.

    Have Your Say!

    We are interested in feedback from residents, businesses and stakeholders in Rhodes and Liberty Grove. The exhibition process will be open from 30 September - 27 October.

    by Place Manager Rhodes 11 Sep 2013, 05:10 PM
  • Help shape Open Space and the Draft Rhodes Peninsula Place Plan and Draft Rhodes Peninsula Arts Plan!

    This consultation has concluded. You can however review the consultation page and associated documents.

    The City of Canada Bay is keen to hear feedback regarding planning for the Peninsula - Rhodes and Liberty Grove.

    We invite you to help shape planning for the Peninsula - Rhodes and Liberty Grove by taking the time to complete the draft Rhodes Peninsula Place Plan survey, the draft Rhodes Peninsula Arts Plan survey and the open Space Planning survey.

    Please complete the surveys relating to the plans by Friday 2 November 2012.

    Have your say Canada Bay!

    by admin 02 Oct 2012, 05:55 PM
  • Amended Draft Canada Bay Local Environment Plan on Exhibition until 17 September 2012


    This consultation has concluded. You can however review the consultation page and associated documents.

    The amended draft LEP is on exhibition from 20 August 2012 to 17 September 2012.

    Interested persons are invited to make a written submission on the amended draft LEP

    A copy of the Public Exhibition Outcomes Report, the Report on the Reclassification of Public Land and the Council report are available in the exhibition documents folder.

    by admin 17 Aug 2012, 05:56 AM
  • Council is seeking your feedback and ideas to develop a Place Plan for Concord Road, North Strathfield.


    This consultation has closed. You can however still view comments and access relevant documents.

    Developing a place plan for Concord Road, North Strathfield provides the opportunity for you to share your ideas and help shape a plan to refresh and revitalise the Concord Road shopping precinct..The initial area in focus is the three blocks between Wellbank Street and Correys Avenue.

    You can help shape the future of the area by adding your ideas and thoughts to the online discussion forums, completing the quick poll and by completing the traffic management survey.

    Do you want your local shops to have a future? Do you have ideas to share? If so, then get involved!

    by admin 04 Jun 2012, 07:41 AM
  • Council to seek feedback about the future of the Station Precinct (formerly known as Precinct D).


    This consultation has closed. You can however still view comments and access relevant documents.

    At the very centre of Rhodes, opposite the train station, lies an area of land that will become the key entry and exit point for the suburb. This area is known as the Station Precinct and is bounded by Walker Street, Mary Street, Marquet Street and Gauthorpe Street. The precinct has already been partly developed, however the majority of the land is still awaiting development.

    A new proposal features a revised Precinct Plan with important public benefits, compared to what might occur under existing planning controls.

    You're invited to review the proposal and participate in the consultation process.

    by admin 23 Mar 2012, 04:43 PM
  • Draft Canada Bay Local Environment Plan


    This consultation has closed. You can however still view comments and access relevant documents.

    The opportunity to contribute to the Draft Canada Bay Local Environment Plan has now ended, however, you can still visit the consultation page for updates, to download the associated LEP documents and maps and view comments in the discussion forums.

    1,975 people visited and participated online in the draft Canada Bay Local Environment Plan consultation and we would like to say thank you! Your involvment and participation is greatly appreciated and highly valued. We will update the project with LEP information as it comes to hand.

    Statistics show that you sent 50 formal submissions, provided 64 comments (against which 94 agrees and 11 disagrees were posted) and you downloaded 4,714 documents from the library.

    Visit the consultation.

    by admin 07 Mar 2012, 01:21 PM