Make a difference to community safety and crime prevention in your neighbourhood, by taking part in the City of Gosnells Community Safety Survey.

Residents and business owners have until Wednesday 27 March to have their say, before the survey responses are collated and used as part of a review of the City’s Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan.

Mayor Terresa Lynes said the revised plan is expected to be completed mid-year.

“The Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan will identify priority projects and guide the City’s efforts to improve community safety and reduce crime, in collaboration with government agencies, community groups and Police,” she said.

“Your feedback about crime and community safety will assist the City to implement community safety initiatives in your neighbourhood, helping all our community members to feel safer and more secure.”

The Community Safety Survey is available via the City’s Your Say webpage, click here to access the survey.