City Marketing and Engagement Strategy
In 2030 we will have a strong local democracy with an actively engaged community. To get there, we have developed a City Marketing and Engagement Strategy.
The new City Marketing and Engagement Strategy is a roadmap for how we will keep the community and our partners informed and involved. The purpose of our Strategy is to set the objectives, priorities and actions to achieve our corporate engagement and marketing goals.
The Strategy aligns with our commitment towards open and collaborative leadership. It also provides a renewed focus on:
- Building trust with our community
- Directing our investment in communications, marketing and engagement, and associated technologies
- Providing opportunities for genuine engagement to inform Council's decision-making
- Providing clear, consistent, accessible and relevant information to the community.
Ways to have your say
The Strategy is located in our document library for your review. Take the opportunity to:
- Answer the questions below
- Type your submission
- Upload a document
Alternatively, you can email a written submission to firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal submissions can be sent to:
The Chief Executive Officer
City of Newcastle
Attention: Manager Major Events and Corporate Affairs
PO Box 489
Newcastle NSW 2300
Reference 'City Marketing and Engagement Strategy' in the title for emailed and posted submissions.
The public exhibition period closes 5pm on Thursday 27 September 2018.
Protecting your privacy The City of Newcastle is committed to protecting your privacy. We take reasonable steps to comply with relevant legislation and Council policy.
Purpose of collecting personal details: Council is collecting this information to determine the local community’s views and opinions on the proposal outlined.
Intended recipients: Information provided as part of the consultation will be used as part of the investigation into the proposal, and may be included in future reports on the issue.
Storage and security: Information provided will be stored on Council's database and will be subject to Council’s information and privacy policies.
Access: Individuals can access data to check accuracy by contacting Council.