Community resilience scorecard survey

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Consultation has now concluded, thank you to those who completed a Community resilience scorecard.

Between 9 June and 3 July 2020 community members across Western Australia are being invited to take part in an important state-wide surveyto map community well-being and resilience levels and to advise local governments where to prioritise efforts as we recover from the impacts of COVID-19.

Across the state 7,666 community members from 128 local government areas took part in the survey. The results are now out and can be viewed here.

About the survey

The community resilience scorecard survey sees City of Subiaco collaborating with the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, 139 Local Governments (including City of Subiaco), Local Government Professionals WA, community members across Western Australia and CATALYSE (an independent strategic planning and research company located in Perth, WA).

The study, undertaken by CATALYSE, will gather and share baseline and informing data to help local communities to recover and thrive following the COVID-19 outbreak in Australia.

How can I take part in the survey?

The survey is open to all Western Australian residents aged 18+ years and takes approximately 5 to 7 minutes to complete.

  • The survey can be found here: www.research.net/r/MARKYT
  • Additionally, direct invitations to take part in the survey have been sent to over 7000 residents using the City's electronic databases.

What will my feedback be used for?

  • The City will get robust data to see how our community is coping.
  • The City will receive direct feedback back on its performance.
  • The City can prioritise key focus areas and decide on the next steps, together.

When the report is released you’ll be able to see how your local area is going compared to others – and local governments will be able to share experiences and learn from one another.

Privacy information

Your responses will be collected and processed by CATALYSE. Responses will remain private and confidential in accordance with the Privacy Act. When we report the findings, we only share aggregate information about de-identified participants. This means that no one will be able to identify you.

Between 9 June and 3 July 2020 community members across Western Australia are being invited to take part in an important state-wide surveyto map community well-being and resilience levels and to advise local governments where to prioritise efforts as we recover from the impacts of COVID-19.

Across the state 7,666 community members from 128 local government areas took part in the survey. The results are now out and can be viewed here.

About the survey

The community resilience scorecard survey sees City of Subiaco collaborating with the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, 139 Local Governments (including City of Subiaco), Local Government Professionals WA, community members across Western Australia and CATALYSE (an independent strategic planning and research company located in Perth, WA).

The study, undertaken by CATALYSE, will gather and share baseline and informing data to help local communities to recover and thrive following the COVID-19 outbreak in Australia.

How can I take part in the survey?

The survey is open to all Western Australian residents aged 18+ years and takes approximately 5 to 7 minutes to complete.

  • The survey can be found here: www.research.net/r/MARKYT
  • Additionally, direct invitations to take part in the survey have been sent to over 7000 residents using the City's electronic databases.

What will my feedback be used for?

  • The City will get robust data to see how our community is coping.
  • The City will receive direct feedback back on its performance.
  • The City can prioritise key focus areas and decide on the next steps, together.

When the report is released you’ll be able to see how your local area is going compared to others – and local governments will be able to share experiences and learn from one another.

Privacy information

Your responses will be collected and processed by CATALYSE. Responses will remain private and confidential in accordance with the Privacy Act. When we report the findings, we only share aggregate information about de-identified participants. This means that no one will be able to identify you.