Petone Community Facilities Engagement

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We need your help to shape the future of Petone's community facilities. We'd like you to share your ideas for the refurbishment of Petone Library and Heritage Centre and how it can continue to serve as a hub for the neighbourhood, delivering great library and heritage services, while meeting the needs of the community into the future.

Our city is changing, and our facilities need to adapt so they can continue to respond to community needs and be a channel for the services and activities people need and want. We want communities to feel ‘ownership’ of these spaces and we want them to be flexible so they can have many uses and users. We know communities want places where they can connect with each other and with Council. Our facilities can provide space for other groups and agencies that can support that community, and working together we can harness the collective impact of everyone on the ground. Most of all, our neighbourhood hubs need to feel safe, welcoming and inclusive, and reflect the diversity of their community.

Take the survey and help us start this journey by sharing your ideas on what Petone needs from it's community facilities now and in the future.

We also have a couple of upcoming workshops that will be held at Petone Library & Heritage Centre where you can share your views:

Thursday 19 May 3-7pm

Saturday 21 May 1-5pm

If you are interested in attending a workshop, please register your interest by emailing libraries@huttcity.govt.nz

Following consultation your feedback will be used to shape the design of Petone’s Community Facilities. We’ll share updates here and in the library itself


The survey will close Friday 27 May at 5pm.

We need your help to shape the future of Petone's community facilities. We'd like you to share your ideas for the refurbishment of Petone Library and Heritage Centre and how it can continue to serve as a hub for the neighbourhood, delivering great library and heritage services, while meeting the needs of the community into the future.

Our city is changing, and our facilities need to adapt so they can continue to respond to community needs and be a channel for the services and activities people need and want. We want communities to feel ‘ownership’ of these spaces and we want them to be flexible so they can have many uses and users. We know communities want places where they can connect with each other and with Council. Our facilities can provide space for other groups and agencies that can support that community, and working together we can harness the collective impact of everyone on the ground. Most of all, our neighbourhood hubs need to feel safe, welcoming and inclusive, and reflect the diversity of their community.

Take the survey and help us start this journey by sharing your ideas on what Petone needs from it's community facilities now and in the future.

We also have a couple of upcoming workshops that will be held at Petone Library & Heritage Centre where you can share your views:

Thursday 19 May 3-7pm

Saturday 21 May 1-5pm

If you are interested in attending a workshop, please register your interest by emailing libraries@huttcity.govt.nz

Following consultation your feedback will be used to shape the design of Petone’s Community Facilities. We’ll share updates here and in the library itself


The survey will close Friday 27 May at 5pm.

  • We need your help to shape the future of Petone community facilities. We would like to hear if and how you use the current library facilities, as well as ideas for the refurbishment of Petone Library and Heritage Centre building. This will help shape how it is developed into a neighbourhood hub that continues to provide great library services and also meets the needs of the community into the future.

    This survey should take approximately 5 minutes and will close Friday 27 May at 5pm. We appreciate your time.

    The collection of data in this survey is in line with the Privacy Policy 2020, and the data collected is anonymous. Only the project team will see the raw data and responses will be grouped so no individual is identifiable.

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