Have your say on what makes Yanchep and Two Rocks special

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Public comment on what makes Yanchep and Two Rocks special to residents closes on March 31.

THE City of Wanneroo is inviting residents of Yanchep, Two Rocks and surrounds to have their say on what makes the area special.

Feedback from the community will assist in identifying local priorities and shaping a plan to make them happen in Yanchep and Two Rocks.

What is it about Yanchep and Two Rocks that stands out to you – is it the tall trees and wildlife at Yanchep National Park?

The pristine beach and crisp waves at Yanchep Lagoon or The Spot? The new sports facilities at Splendid Park?

And what service, amenity or event would you like to see developed further or introduced?

This is your chance to get involved and have a say.

Residents can offer feedback via a number of methods, including an online community and stakeholder survey, or register to be contacted by phone.

Also, an online mapping tool allows users to leave comments, list their likes and dislikes, as well as suggest ‘quick wins’ (small, easy improvements) and ‘big ticket items’ (larger, transformative infrastructure).

City of Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts said pinpointing local priorities was imperative.

“As a City, we want to preserve an area’s sense of place,” she said.

“This feedback process will help outline what makes Yanchep and Two Rocks special to those who call them home.”

The City is also hosting a series of ‘open house’ events during February and March; Yanchep and Two Rocks locals are encouraged to come along and share their ideas.

Yanchep Two Rocks Library February 21 and 28 from 3.30pm to 7pm.

City Information Booth, Retro Rewind (at Yanchep National Park) on March 9 from 1pm to 5pm.

Yanchep Community Centre on March 11 from 3.30pm to 6.30pm and March 18 from 4.30pm to 6.30pm.

The period for public comment closes on March 31.

Visit the City of Wanneroo website for more information on how to have your say.