Have a say on how to make city cleaner bid

HELP shape plans to create a tidier and more attractive Canterbury-Bankstown, by having a say on the new Clean City Strategic Plan

Mayor Khal Asfour says the council works hard to deliver a clean and safe place for residents to live in, work in and enjoy, but there is always more to be done.
“Residents have told us they want our City to be cleaner and greener,” he said.
“In fact, 98 per cent of people who provided feedback for the City’s 10-year visionary plan, cbcity 2028, expressed this desire.
“We are now developing a strategic plan that will provide a framework and outline actions aimed at achieving those community aspirations.”
Issues that will be explored in the plan, include: Illegal dumping; street litter; impacts of bird feeding; vandalism and graffiti in public areas; and water and air pollution.
“We want residents to feel even prouder of their suburb,” Mayor Asfour said.
“However, we need to understand what our community sees as the biggest issues and that’s why I am encouraging them to take the time to complete our survey, attend an information session or be part of a focus group.”
To complete the short survey, or obtain more details on the information sessions and focus groups, visit
The survey closes on Sunday, November 10, with participants going into the draw for a $100 gift voucher.