Community Infrastructure

Community Infrastructure is the buildings and spaces that provide a variety of opportunities, activities and services that respond to individual and community social needs.


Examples of community infrastructure include:

Community infrastructure can be provided by governments, not for profit organisations and the private sector.

Victorian Local Government Act 1989

Section 3(E)(1)(c) of the Victorian Local Government Act 1989 notes that "providing and maintaining community infrastructure in the municipal district" is a Council function.

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The following people have indicated (via the Local Government Collaboration Topics Survey) that they have an interest and/or expertise in the topic of 'Community Infrastructure' and are willing to collaborate with their peers at other councils to identify challenges and resources relating to the topic and to look for ways to work together to overcome any challenges that are identified.


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External Links & References

  1. Google Search
  2. Yarra City Council Community Infrastructure Planning Framework
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