Public consultation is a way to voice your opinion on things that shape your community.
If you wish to participate in public consultation and feel that there are accessibility issues restricting you from participating (e.g. you require an Auslan interpreter), please contact us in advance so we can accommodate your request.
Focus group consultations ensure we hear the opinions of people with disability, their carers, advocates and service providers. The City is creating a register to notify interested people of focus group consultations.
If you would like to join our register, please contact us.
The Disability Reference Group (DRG) is a group of community members who are passionate about equality and making a real difference in the Cockburn community. The DRG meets monthly to exchange information and discuss access and inclusion issues in the City of Cockburn.
For more information contact the Disability Access and Inclusion Officer.
The City values the feedback and opinions of its residents and visitors. This helps us to improve and meet the needs of our community. If you have any requests or ideas for the City of Cockburn, we encourage you to contact the City with your thoughts.
People with disability have a right to make complaints. Complaints can be made to the City in writing, verbally, with the assistance of a family member, friend, carer, advocate, interpreter, or in any other format of your preference. You will receive a response from the City within five working days.
Connect with the City’s Disability Access and Inclusion Officer on 08 9411 3444 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To receive information from the City of Cockburn in alternative formats please contact us on 08 9411 3444 or at email@example.com with your specific request and contact details.
If you have a hearing or speech impairment you can use the National Relay Service to contact the City of Cockburn at no charge. Call 13 36 77 or visit the National Relay Service website opens in a new window.