Shoalhaven City Council will be hosting a special Community Safety Meeting at the North Nowra Community Centre this Sunday 22 November from 11am – 2pm.
The meeting will allow the community to provide input into the ways Nowra can become an even safer place in which to reside.
Mayor, Joanna Gash said she was encouraging local residents to come along and have their say on any potential safety issues facing the community.
The Mayor said Council’s Safety Officer and local Police Officers would be in attendance.
“The ongoing safety of the local community remains a key focus and priority for Council,” said Clr Gash.
“Council is involved in a number of initiatives and partnerships with the NSW Police as well as other government and community organisations to ensure the Shoalhaven remains a safe place to live.
“Community safety, and the perception of safety, plays a critical role in the day to day wellbeing of local residents.
“Council is constantly looking for innovative and community driven methods in making the area a safer place to live.”
“The upcoming workshop will allow local residents the opportunity to have a say on some of the issues affecting the local area.”
“Council’s Safety Officer and local Police Officers will both be in attendance while local residents will also be able to take part in the sausage sizzle.”
CONTACT: Mayor, Joanna Gash - 0427 160 170