Street banners

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Consultation has concluded.

Randwick City Council flies more than 100 street banners across our City at Coogee, Clovelly, Randwick, Kensington, Maroubra, Little Bay and Matraville.

The purpose of the banner program is to visually enhance our town centres, promote events and activities, enhance our sense of community and place, support local business and our local community including cultural and artistic groups.

The banners are mostly used to promote Council events and festivals, to commemorate seasons and to mark community celebrations.

The banners change regularly and are mostly designed in house by Council staff and printed and installed by Council contractors.

The program is governed by the Street Banner Policy. This policy was recently updated by Council and is now on public exhibition for comment.

Key elements of the policy include:

  • Defining the purpose of the street banner program
  • Permitting external applicants to hire, at cost, street banner poles
  • Supporting local artistic, cultural and community groups access the banner poles through grants and waiving hiring fees

We want to know what you think about our street banners.

Feedback period: 5 December 2022 to 23 January 2023.

Randwick City Council flies more than 100 street banners across our City at Coogee, Clovelly, Randwick, Kensington, Maroubra, Little Bay and Matraville.

The purpose of the banner program is to visually enhance our town centres, promote events and activities, enhance our sense of community and place, support local business and our local community including cultural and artistic groups.

The banners are mostly used to promote Council events and festivals, to commemorate seasons and to mark community celebrations.

The banners change regularly and are mostly designed in house by Council staff and printed and installed by Council contractors.

The program is governed by the Street Banner Policy. This policy was recently updated by Council and is now on public exhibition for comment.

Key elements of the policy include:

  • Defining the purpose of the street banner program
  • Permitting external applicants to hire, at cost, street banner poles
  • Supporting local artistic, cultural and community groups access the banner poles through grants and waiving hiring fees

We want to know what you think about our street banners.

Feedback period: 5 December 2022 to 23 January 2023.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Complete this quick survey to give us your feedback and to make a submission on our street banner program and policy. You can read the policy first before completing this survey. 

    Privacy: Your privacy is important to us. We will not make public your personal details, but we may use excerpts of your comments and feedback (without identifying details) as part of our community consultation analysis and in reporting the outcomes of this consultation to Council for their consideration.

    Consultation has concluded.

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