Live It Tell It is the community engagement initiative of the Town of Port Hedland’s Strategic Community Plan 2018-2028. There are plenty of ways to get involved.

What’s this all about?

The State Government’s Local Government Reform Program requires that all local governments produce a Strategic Community Plan for the future. The Town of Port Hedland’s Strategic Community Plan 2018-2028 will provide the strategic direction, identify priorities and resources required over the next decade. It will be the overarching document that informs all other Town of Port Hedland financial and operational planning.

How do I get involved?

The Town of Port Hedland’s Strategic Community Plan 2018-2028 needs to reflect the whole community’s aspirations and priorities. To ensure everyone has the opportunity to have input an exciting community engagement process is being rolled out.

There are plenty of ways to get involved. See below for details.

  • Instagram Competition: Take a photo of what you love about the people, places, environment and lifestyle in Hedland. Upload to our Instagram page and tag with #liveittellit. Go in the draw to win fantastic prizes. All entrants must read the terms and conditions before entering. 
  • Youth UpRising: Youth between the ages of 11-17 will be invited to join the Youth Uprising workshop and play a role in shaping Hedland’s future.
  • ‘Live It Tell It’ Survey: Take time today to shape a better tomorrow. Simply visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LiveitTellitsurvey and go in the draw to win some great local prizes.
  • Shop Pop-Ups: Visit a ‘Live It Tell it’ Pop-Up to have input into the Town of Port Hedland’s Strategic Community Plan 2018-2028. The ‘Live It Tell it’ Pop-Up’s activities for all ages including the Instagram Competition, the Hedland priorities game, the Youth Uprising game, surveys and more. Join us on 9, 11, 23 and 25 November at South Hedland Square and on 16 and 18 November at Port Hedland Boulevard. Or look out for our mini Pop-Ups in your favourite community places from 6-30 November.
  • Conversation Cafés: Everyone is invited to come and be part of the vision for Hedland’s future. Tell us what’s important to you and your family! Simply visit liveittellitcommunityconversationcafes.eventbrite.com.au to register. Free coffee – of course!
  • Event Pop-Ups: Visit our ‘Live It Tell It’ Pop-Up at community events across town right through to December.

Download your copy of the ‘Live It Tell It’ brochure here

Live it Tell It FAQ

What is ‘Live It tell It’?

‘Live It Tell It’ is the community engagement initiative of the Town of Port Hedland’s Strategic Community Plan 2018-2028.T To ensure everyone has the opportunity to have input an exciting range of engagement activities is being rolled out.

If an SCP was completed in 2012, why are we doing it again?

An SCP must be constantly reviewed to align with the Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework and Guidelines of the State Government. A minor review is completed every two (2) years and a major review every four (4) years.

This year marks a major review of the SCP, which coincides, with the recent election of a new group of Elected Members.

Why is ‘Live It Tell It’ so unique?

The Town of Port Hedland is committed to engaging and listening to our community. We are investing in the delivery of a wide range of ‘Live It Tell It’ activities that will excite, build interest and participation from a wide demographic in our community. This investment demonstrates our desire to ensure we engage people in a transparent, inclusive and respectful manner.

What do we do with the feedback we receive?

Your feedback will help to inform the development of the Town of Port Hedland’s Strategic Community Plan 2018-2028. The intent is to release the draft SCP 2018-2028 for public comment in 2018.

Where can I get more information or provide suggestions?

Visit http://www.porthedland.wa.gov.au/our-community/community/liveittellit.aspx for more information. Alternatively, you can email us at liveittellit@porthedland.wa.gov.au or call 08 9158 9300 and ask to speak with the Community Engagement Team.