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Thank you for participating in our survey. Your feedback is important.

Over the last few months, we have formed the Sarsfield Community Association (SCA).

The Association emerged in response to the Sarsfield community being heavily impacted by the bush fires in December 2019-2020.

The Association aims to:

·        Represent the views of the Sarsfield community.

·        Support and advocate for the development of the Sarsfield community.

·        Plan, maintain and develop community assets to serve the Sarsfield community.

·        Provide support to the Sarsfield community after chaotic events.

We have embarked on a process to design the Sarsfield community we want to be living in come 2030.

For those affected by the fires, we know we need to process what happened to us – but we do not want the fires to define us as a community.

Therefore, we want a community plan that looks forward and is about the long-term direction, aspirations and needs of the community – not just a plan to help us recover from the fires.

We are now asking Sarsfield residents to let us know what kind of community you think we should be; our priorities; and how we can achieve them.

Tell us your thoughts and help to shape the future of Sarsfield. This survey is open until Sunday 18 July 2021.

For more information about this project please contact Michael Gordon on 0417 330 354.
How we use your feedback
The Sarsfield Community Association (SCA) and Bushfire Recovery Victoria (BRV) are collecting information to assist with the Sarsfield 2030 Community Plan to better support the Sarsfield community. Your responses will be visible to both SCA and BRV, who will analyse and incorporate the feedback into the community plan. 

This survey is anonymous. No personal information will be collected.

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