The City of Greater Geelong is holding a series of focus groups across the region to review the City's Social Infrastructure Plan 2014 - 2031.
The plan provides direction and sets priorities on City owned community spaces and places including, for example, community centres, sports pavilions, kindergartens, senior citizens' centres, public libraries and maternal and child health centres.
The City is seeking community input through a series of focus groups in December or online at www.geelongaustralia.com.au/yoursay
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We are very lucky to have some beautiful artworks on display at the Geelong Library & Heritage Centre until 20 December.
The Geelong Heritage Centre celebrated the visit of the 100,000th visitor since opening in its new location at the Geelong Library & Heritage Centre two years ago. Since moving into the new building, visitation has exceeded even the most hopeful forecasts with tens of thousands of people visiting the beautifully-appointed reading room and enjoying the combination of skilled staff, the latest digital technology and a wealth of historical records that combine to bring the past alive.
Torquay Library has reopened after closing following flood damage yesterday.
Read our latest newsletter and learn about the exciting Summer events program.
At its board meeting held Monday 27 November the Geelong Regional Library Corporation Board resolved that the Corporation become a signatory to the City of Greater Geelong’s Prevention of Family Violence Statement of Commitment and join Council and other organisations in taking a city wide approach on this serious but preventable community issue.
FOOD FOR FINES is on again until 13 December. Assist Geelong Food Relief Centre to help those in need. Donate packaged, non-perishable food for the Centre's Christmas appeal at your local library. Library fines will be waived in exchange for food donations. Food expiration dates May 2018 or later. #FooodForFines #ChooseKind #ChristmasAppeal