Online Community Engagement Software

About Engage Mundaring

FAQS

If this is your first visit to Engage Mundaring, please register here with a username, password and valid email address. You will then receive an email confirming your registration and can access all projects and contribute to discussions. 

If you are already registered, click ‘sign in’ and use your username and password. If you have forgotten your details, use the links provided on the sign-in page to reset your account. 

By signing up you will be able to participate in the online discussions and make full use of the interactive features of this site. You'll also receive regular updates on how your feedback is helping the Shire in local decision making. You can unsubscribe from email updates at any time.

There are lots of ways to engage with the Shire of Mundaring including attending consultation events, council meetings, submitting comments and through the Shire website. However, sometimes this can be time-consuming and not convenient for everyone. Engage Mundaring gives everyone the chance to have their say at a time and place to suit them and utilises online consultation tools to make it easy to contribute. 

In addition to the Engage Mundaring website, the Shire continues to engage with the community in other means such as newspaper articles and advertising, community meetings, email newsletters and events. Once registered, you will receive emails to keep you up to date with all new projects and all the ways you can engage with the Shire of Mundaring.

If you or anyone you know would like assistance with registering or using Engage Mundaring, please contact us and join us at one of our regular training events at the Hub or your local library. 

Yes. Engage Mundaring is a safe environment hosted by Engagement Hub. All data is stored and owned by the Shire of Mundaring in accordance with our Privacy Policy and is regulated by the National Privacy Principles under the Privacy Act 1988, as amended from time to time and also by the relevant State legislation. You can find more information about your privacy rights at the Privacy Commissioner's website.

All public comments or questions on the site are moderated twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, for inappropriate language, comments that disrespect other participants or are significantly off topic. Please refer to our moderation guidelines for more information.