Walkability Survey – Rokeby & Lindisfarne
Walkability refers to how ‘friendly’ an area is for pedestrians. A pilot study in Rokeby and Lindisfarne has been funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, and Clarence City Council needs your help to assess the walkability of these suburbs.
The Walkable Futures Clarence Project is exploring what is helpful for people walking in our community and what makes walking hard. The information can help Council identify priorities when planning for walking in your community.
Council invites you to ‘Talk your Walk’
Simply go on your favourite or regular walk and complete a Walkability Survey about what you notice on your walk.
You can answer the survey questions on your phone or computer. It only takes 5 – 10 mins.
You can request a hard copy (or print one here) and return to Council at Council Chambers, 38 Bligh St Rosny Park or post to PO Box 96 Rosny Park 7018.
Take the survey as many times as you like to tell us about the different walking routes you take.
Please complete or return your survey by Friday 12 April 2019.
You can access the survey here
To request a hard copy or if you have any questions about the survey, please contact Leah Page, Community Planning and Development Officer (Community Safety) on 6217 9596.