Who does the City want to hear from?

    Anyone who visits, works or lives in the City of Fremantle that has experience or knowledge of access and inclusion-related issues:

    ·  People with disability, and their carers and families

    ·  People with access requirements

    ·  Disability and CaLD sector organisations operating within Fremantle

    ·  Local businesses

    ·  Anyone with an interest in and understanding of access & inclusion issues


    Did you know?

    In the 2016 Census, 1,573 Fremantle residents reported they needed help or assistance in one or more of the areas of self-care, mobility and communication. 10% of people reported that they provide unpaid assistance to a person with a disability.


    How will my input be used?

    Your input will be used to inform the directions and actions of the new Access & Inclusion Plan 2020-2024. Comments will be summarised in a Community Engagement Summary Report. Your personal details will not be included in this, but we ask for this information so we can make sure we've heard from a range of people and can keep you up to date with the decision. 

    This information may also be considered when developing future Strategic Community Plans. 

    What will happen to my personal details?

    All the information collected will be kept confidential. Comments may be included in the Community Engagement Summary Report. Your personal details will not be included in this, but we ask for this information so we can make sure we've heard from a range of people and can keep you up to date with the decision.

    Where can I get more information?

    You can contact Julie Monument our Access and Inclusion Officer by emailing info@fremantle.wa.gov.au, or calling 1300 MY FREO (1300 69 3736).

    If you need help to fill out the survey, you can drop in to the Library (Fremantle Oval, 70 Parry Street, Fremantle) at any time between 9:30am – 12:00pm Monday 16 March. Our community engagement team will be available to help input survey answers for you.