Mingenew Town Hall Survey (NOW CLOSED)

The Shire is seeking your feedback and ideas to assist Council in determining a future strategy for the Town Hall to ensure we are working towards our vision:

‘Mingenew is a safe, inclusive and connected community with a thriving local economy that provides opportunity for all to succeed.’

We appreciate that the community has been consulted in the past, building inspections and reports have been presented, concept designs and cost estimates prepared etc. but in order for Council to make an informed decision and to gain support from potential external funding bodies, it is essential that we have current feedback and data available to guide the future of this facility.

We’ve learnt from recent projects, such as the Tennis Club Clubhouse Replacement (approximate project value $400,000) and Day Care Centre Upgrade (estimated project value over $800,000), that market conditions can change rapidly and have a significant impact on project costs. Therefore, previous costings cannot be relied on and our financial capacity for the project needs to be guided by community sentiments around use and appetite to support the project.

So, the first step in preparing a business case and cost estimates is to hear from the community about their vision for the Town Hall.

We appreciate your time in completing this short survey. It should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

The survey closes at 2pm Thursday, 9 February 2023.

You can submit the survey by:

  • Completing the online survey
  • Posting your completed survey to Shire of Mingenew, PO Box 120, Mingenew WA 6522
  • Drop your written survey in to the Shire Office at 21 Victoria Street, Mingenew
  • Emailing the completed survey to enquiries@mingenew.wa.gov.au

Should you have any queries regarding the survey please contact Erin Greaves, Governance & Community Manager on 9928 1102 / 0477 187 144 or email governance@mingenew.wa.gov.au.

Thank you for completing the survey and your contribution to achieving Mingenew’s vision.

Should you wish to learn more about the Town Hall, please read our Discussion Paper by clicking here.