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The future of the Moreton Bay Region is important. What do you have to say?

Moreton Bay Regional Council wants to hear what you have to say about our region!

Moreton Says gives everyone who lives, works and plays in the Moreton Bay Region the opportunity to confidentially share their views and experiences with Council via a series of surveys.

Insights from the surveys will better inform us about the things that matter most to our communities. We are committed to using these insights in our decision-making and future planning of our region, and we'll also be sharing with you what Moreton Said.

The first Moreton Says survey, known as the Anchor survey, is now open and will close 5pm, Sunday 13 June.


How Moreton Says works


Moreton Says is a series of region wide surveys Council is undertaking over the next few years to better understand and keep track of the things that matter most to our communities.

The first Moreton Says survey, known as the Anchor survey, is open from 8am, Thursday 29 April until 5pm, Sunday 13 June 2021. This survey aims will enable us to hear your story. It will help us build more accurate profiles of the many and diverse communities within our region.

The program then includes subsequent surveys, known as Pulse surveys, over the next few years that will help us keep our finger on the pulse of our communities and monitor any changes over time. The pulse surveys will also allow us to gain insights from our communities on specific issues relating to key Council policies, plans and projects.

We'll share with you what Moreton Said. Be sure to keep an eye out on website and other Council channels for the results of each survey soon after they close. Insights from the surveys are not just for Council to use. We’ll also be making the information available to you, our communities, to help with your planning and decision-making.


Keeping it confidential

We want you to feel comfortable telling us how you feel.

This is so important to us, we've partnered with Voconiq to collect, manage and understand the survey data. Voconiq specialises in translating data-driven community insights into tangible solutions to improve the way communities and organisations interact and relate.

You can be sure your feedback will be managed independently and confidentially.


Engaging our communities

We understand everyone likes to tell their story in different ways, so we'll be coming to you over the next few weeks to hear your story.

We've organised a number of engagement events and activities across the region. Check out the details below.


Accessing the survey

The first Moreton Says survey, known as the Anchor survey, is now open and will close 5pm, Sunday 13 June.

Do you know someone who can't access the Moreton Says survey online?

Let them know our Moreton Bay Regional Council Libraries offer one-hour free internet access per day (and library membership is free).

Printed copies of the survey are available at your nearest Moreton Bay Regional Council Library, Customer Service Centre or contact Council 1300 477 161.

The future of the Moreton Bay Region is important. What do you have to say?

Moreton Bay Regional Council wants to hear what you have to say about our region!

Moreton Says gives everyone who lives, works and plays in the Moreton Bay Region the opportunity to confidentially share their views and experiences with Council via a series of surveys.

Insights from the surveys will better inform us about the things that matter most to our communities. We are committed to using these insights in our decision-making and future planning of our region, and we'll also be sharing with you what Moreton Said.

The first Moreton Says survey, known as the Anchor survey, is now open and will close 5pm, Sunday 13 June.


How Moreton Says works


Moreton Says is a series of region wide surveys Council is undertaking over the next few years to better understand and keep track of the things that matter most to our communities.

The first Moreton Says survey, known as the Anchor survey, is open from 8am, Thursday 29 April until 5pm, Sunday 13 June 2021. This survey aims will enable us to hear your story. It will help us build more accurate profiles of the many and diverse communities within our region.

The program then includes subsequent surveys, known as Pulse surveys, over the next few years that will help us keep our finger on the pulse of our communities and monitor any changes over time. The pulse surveys will also allow us to gain insights from our communities on specific issues relating to key Council policies, plans and projects.

We'll share with you what Moreton Said. Be sure to keep an eye out on website and other Council channels for the results of each survey soon after they close. Insights from the surveys are not just for Council to use. We’ll also be making the information available to you, our communities, to help with your planning and decision-making.


Keeping it confidential

We want you to feel comfortable telling us how you feel.

This is so important to us, we've partnered with Voconiq to collect, manage and understand the survey data. Voconiq specialises in translating data-driven community insights into tangible solutions to improve the way communities and organisations interact and relate.

You can be sure your feedback will be managed independently and confidentially.


Engaging our communities

We understand everyone likes to tell their story in different ways, so we'll be coming to you over the next few weeks to hear your story.

We've organised a number of engagement events and activities across the region. Check out the details below.


Accessing the survey

The first Moreton Says survey, known as the Anchor survey, is now open and will close 5pm, Sunday 13 June.

Do you know someone who can't access the Moreton Says survey online?

Let them know our Moreton Bay Regional Council Libraries offer one-hour free internet access per day (and library membership is free).

Printed copies of the survey are available at your nearest Moreton Bay Regional Council Library, Customer Service Centre or contact Council 1300 477 161.