Your Say - Cairns Regional Council
Welcome to Your Say - Cairns Regional Council's online community consultation panel
Want to have a say, any time and anonymously, about issues that affect us all? Then join Your Say to comment on key issues we pose and help shape future directions.
It's free and easy to join - and you can choose your own user name to comment anonymously. Your privacy is absolutely protected; Your Say is hosted and moderated by an external independent organisation (Bang the Table), ensuring we can't access personal details.
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Go Clubs has been designed to provide support to clubs of all shapes and size within the Cairns region linking existing programs from various agencies in a fresh and exciting package - All you need to know about running a successful local community organisation can be found here!
Be involved in discussions, complete surveys, receive updates, share your thoughts, ask a question, and see what other clubs are saying about Go Clubs. You can play a major role in developing sport and recreation, your club and other clubs in our region, simply register and let us help you.
by admin 26 Nov 2013, 6:24am
The Cairns CBD generates significant pedestrian activity associated with retail, business, entertainment and tourism, and relies on safe road environments to transport people around on a daily basis.
Research and evidence demonstrates that lower travel speeds reduce the risk of serious crashes, improve pedestrian and cyclist safety, and result in lower fuel emissions. As such, Council has proposed to introduce a 40km/h speed limit in the Cairns CBD.
As an important stakeholder, Council is interested in hearing from you in regards to this proposal. Please provide your feedback by completing the quick survey by Friday 4 October 2013
by admin 15 Sep 2013, 7:33am
Welcome to GREEN THUMB, Council’s sustainable living program. Visit the forum to have your say on reducing waste, saving energy and water, buying local, active travel and backyard biodiversity.
Plus, register and have your say before 30 November 2013 for the chance to WIN $2000 worth of sustainable living products for your home!
by CRC Administrator 4 Jul 2013, 11:49am
As a major step in implementing the City Centre Master Plan, Council is proposing to refurbish a section of Lake Street and Shields Street.
Feedback on the proposal has now closed.
by admin 4 Mar 2013, 9:58am
Cairns Regional Council’s Community Wi-Fi project will provide free internet access for people to use on their Wi-Fi enabled devices.
In order to ascertain the need and success of the project, Council will conduct a nine-month ‘pilot’ within the primary tourism precinct of Cairns. The trial will start in April, 2013.
Coverage will be along The Esplanade from approximately Aplin Street to Shields Street up along Pier Point Road, then back along the waterfront to Aplin Street.
by admin 5 Feb 2013, 4:36pm | 81 comments
Welcome to Accessible Cairns.
Cairns Regional Council has established Accessible Cairns and the Access for All directory to assist locals and visitors to our region to be able to plan their trip or access services that are accessible to people with a disability, their family, friends, carers and support workers.
Please take some time to look through this site and use the "Access for All" directory to plan your stay or visit to our wonderful city and surrounding areas.
Check out the news and events.
Your Feedback is Important
If you have a few minutes we would love to hear from you and take any feedback that might allow us to better improve our services to people with a disability either locals or visitors alike. Please take a couple of minutes to complete the Accessible Cairns Tourism Survey and add your thoughts and ideas to our discussion forums.
by admin 15 May 2012, 9:42am | 6 comments
The Cairns YEA! (Youth Engagement & Action) crew plays a vital role in ensuring the youth in the Cairns region have a LOUD voice and active role in making innovative and appropriate youth projects and plans come to life!!!read more
by CRC Administrator 10 Apr 2012, 10:22am | 0 comments
by admin 26 Nov 2010, 5:43am