Strategic Community Plan

2018-2028 Strategic Community Plan

The Strategic Community Plan was completed in 2018 and the plan captured the community's visions and aspirations for the future and outlines how elected representatives and local government employees will, over the next decade, work towards a brighter future for the Morawa community.  Our Strategic Community Plan outlines our long term vision, values, aspirations and objectives, based on the input provided by you, our community. 

View Morawa Strategic Community Plan in Review: 2018 - 2022

2022 Community Consultation Survey

Please complete the Community Consultation Survey below to provide input into the 2022 update to the Strategic Community Plan. 

 Demographics

Age Range






Gender



Which of the following are relevant for you for the Shire of Morawa?


Did you provide input into the 2018 Morawa Strategic Community Plan?

Setting the Scene

How would you recommend living in Morawa?
With 1 being Strongly Recommend and 10 being Definitely Not Recommend.

The Shire has identified the below outside factors that are likely to affect Morawa over the next 10 years:

  • Grain Prices
  • Climate Change and adverse weather
  • Demand for Iron Ore

Snapshot on the Shire of Morawa

Focus on Morawa - Vision Statement

The Shire of Morawa’s Vision Statement is:

“A welcoming and inclusive community with diverse regional partnerships that have created a vibrant and growing economy.”

Please respond to the following statements with 1 being Strongly Agree, and 10 being Strongly Disagree.

The current Vision Statement is relevant.
Morawa is a welcoming and inclusive community.
Morawa is well connected to the rest of the Mid-West region.
Morawa’s economy is vibrant and growing.
Community facilities are relevant to the needs of the community.
Businesses in Morawa are servicing the needs of the community.
The services available to young people in Morawa are excellent.
The services available to older residents in Morawa are excellent.
All my health and wellbeing needs are met in Morawa.
Morawa meets all my education and training needs.
The natural environment in Morawa is being protected and enhanced.

Shire Service Areas - Importance to Community

How important to the community would you rate the following Shire Services?

With 1 being Very Important, and 10 being Not at all Important.

Parks, Playgrounds, and Garden Maintenance
Community Facilities and Services
Road Improvement and Maintenance.
Health, Planning, and Building Compliance
Townsite and Footpath Maintenance
Emergency Management and Ranger Services
Customer Service
Caravan Park and Tourist Support
Waste Collection and Management
Events

Shire Facilities - Importance to Community

How important to the community would you rate the following Shire Facilities?

With 1 being Very Important, and 10 being Not at all Important.

Aquatic Centre (Swimming Pool)
Town Oval and Function Room
Youth Centre and Youth programs
Library
Aged home facilities
Town Hall
Sports Complex/Indoor Rec Centre
Community Gym
Public Toilets
Outer Halls (Canna, Gutha)

Shire Services - Meeting Community Needs

In terms of meeting the needs of the community, how would you rate the following Shire Services?

With 1 being Meets all Needs, and 10 being Doesn't Meet Needs.

Parks, Playgrounds, and Garden Maintenance
Community Facilities and Services
Road Improvement and Maintenance.
Health, Planning, and Building Compliance
Townsite and Footpath Maintenance
Emergency Management and Ranger Services
Customer Service
Caravan Park and Tourist Support
Waste Collection and Management
Events

Shire Facilities - Meeting Community Needs

In terms of meeting the needs of the community, how would you rate the following Shire Services?

With 1 being Meets all Needs, and 10 being Doesn't Meet Needs.

Aquatic Centre (Swimming Pool)
Town Oval and Function Room
Youth Centre and Youth programs
Library
Aged home facilities
Town Hall
Sports Complex/Indoor Rec Centre
Community Gym
Public Toilets
Outer Halls (Canna, Gutha)

Looking Ahead

Do you consent to be contacted regarding the Strategic Community Plan in the future?