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Have Your Say

The Circular Head Council has established this page to collect residents' views on a number of projects.

PUBLIC EXHIBITION - Draft Public Art Policy

Circular Head Council is seeking community feedback regarding the Draft Public Art Policy from 5 September to 17 October 2020.

Public art can create a unique community identity that informs or enhances a sense of place and can generate iconic branding for the area.

The draft Policy will provide a framework to enable Council to contribute to the support and promotion of public art to reflect and enhance the cultural, natural, built environment of Circular Head for the enjoyment of residents and visitors.

The Draft Public Art Policy provides guidelines for the commissioning process, attribution and management of public art in the Circular Head. Creating a Public Art Advisory Group will be formed from a broad selection of Circular Head community to be engaged for various processes;

  • Direct or tendered commission of work – permanent, temporary or ephemeral
  • Engagement of artists for specific projects
  • Collaborative community-based projects and
  • Collaborations with festivals and events.

The policy can be viewed at:

Circular Head Council – 33 Goldie Street, Smithton 7330

CHArts Events – Pop up Gallery – 157 Nelson Street, Smithton ( Former Smithton Plant Nursery)

Smithton Library - 134-140 Nelson St, Smithton TAS 7330

The closing date for responses to reach Council is 17 October 2020.

Draft Public Art Policy

Draft Public Art Policy Guidelines

Public Art Advisory Group Operating Procedures

Council's Community Team is available to answer any questions on the Draft Public Art Policy and can be

contacted on 6452 4800.

Waste Survey

Council has developed a Waste Strategy 2019-24, which is laying the direction for the next five years.

The Strategy aims to reduce waste to landfill by 50% by 2024 and involves continuous improvement in the way Council manages waste generated within the community. To meet this goal, Council must introduce progressive ways to minimise waste to landfill through targeted activities, education and advocacy programs.

Currently, there are two main waste services provided to the community. This includes a kerbside waste and recycling collection service to urban areas ($184 per year) and a kerbside waste collection service to most rural properties ($104 per year). Additionally, all properties within Circular Head pay a Transfer Station contribution of $78 per year to cover the costs of running the White Hills Waste Transfer Station.

We invite you to complete this survey and help us improve the services and facilities provided to the community, as well as provide ideas and suggestions for how to plan for the future.

To complete the survey, visit

The Survey closes Friday 27 March 2020.

Community Survey 2019

The survey was conducted in May and June with a total of 372 Survey Results Received.

The survey was distributed via post to 1000 randomly selected addresses, was distributed through email contact lists, available online and via social media, and distributed amongst shops throughout Circular Head.

For the full summary report see below

Community Satisfaction Survey Results Summary 2019

For a one page brief summary see below

Brief Summary of Results for Community Satisfaction Survey 2019

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