We want to know what you think about our plan for the next 10 years and beyond.
Join us on a virtual tour of Alice in Our Place | Nā Alice i tā mātou rohe for a new way to experience the story of our proposed plan for the next ten years and beyond. For the best experience, make sure you open the link in Chrome and have sound enabled in your browser.
We're doing things a bit differently
Featuring youth talent and an original soundtrack, the online version of the story features an original soundtrack composed by youth creative Matthew Beardsworth in collaboration with Youth Arts New Zealand (YANZ), and the voice talents of Drew Mehrtens, Rino Wilkinson, Ethan Hohneck and Antonia Branson.
There will also be an Alice in Our Place-themed colouring competition to help keep the kids busy during school holiday time and a scavenger hunt for all ages with the opportunity to win great prizes.
New ways to listen and engage
Mayor Toby Adams says the Council is always looking for new ways to listen and engage with its communities.
"Community engagement is a big focus for us. People who live and work in a community know it better than anyone. We love getting out and talking with people. We always get better results when we work together," he said.
You'll find everything you need to know on our consultation website, We Need to Talk. Come and join the kōrero.