Don’t miss your chance to shape the future of the City of Victor Harbor’s library services. The council is currently asking the community to share their thoughts on its library as a part of its service review commitment.
“We want to know what people love about our library, what services they most value, suggestions for things that could be done differently and any ideas for new initiatives,” City of Victor Harbor mayor Moira Jenkins said.
“Whether you are a regular visitor or someone who has never stepped foot in our library, we want to hear your views.”
People can share their views by completing a survey online at www.yoursay.victor.sa.gov.au or in hard copy at the library. The mayor and elected members will be out in the community to listen to viewpoints.
“We plan to spend some time in the Mainstreet Precinct on January 10 and at Victa Central on January 23, talking to our community about the library,” Dr Jenkins said.
“We have made a commitment to get out and have conversations with residents and ratepayers to better understand their views on the library and council services in general. We want to be a council that is accessible to the community.”
Community members have until 5pm on February 1, to complete the survey and have their say. Questions about the library services review can be directed to 8551 0500.