Community Gardens Policy

Consultation has concluded

Community gardens contribute to the wellbeing of communities and provide diverse health, social, environmental, cultural, food security and economic benefits.

We are revising our Community Gardens Policy which sets the strategic direction for community gardens in our city. The policy outlines Council’s approach to supporting community gardening on Council land.

We want to give you an opportunity to provide feedback on the draft policy.

Please tell us if you support the draft Community Gardens policy or not using the quick poll or submit a comment below.


Written submissions can be sent to:

Anne Haygreen

City of Marion

PO Box 21

Oaklands Park

SA 5046


The consultation runs from 14 August to 11 September 2019.

Community gardens contribute to the wellbeing of communities and provide diverse health, social, environmental, cultural, food security and economic benefits.

We are revising our Community Gardens Policy which sets the strategic direction for community gardens in our city. The policy outlines Council’s approach to supporting community gardening on Council land.

We want to give you an opportunity to provide feedback on the draft policy.

Please tell us if you support the draft Community Gardens policy or not using the quick poll or submit a comment below.


Written submissions can be sent to:

Anne Haygreen

City of Marion

PO Box 21

Oaklands Park

SA 5046


The consultation runs from 14 August to 11 September 2019.

CLOSED: This quick poll has concluded.

Overall, do you support the intent of the draft Community Gardens Policy?

Strongly Support
89%
Support
11%
Do Not Support
0%
Strongly Do Not Support
0%
Total Votes : 37