Home' My Ballarat : My Ballarat September October 2012 Contents The City of Ballarat Community Directory is
an online gateway to services, education,
health, recreation and sports clubs, facilities and
community organisations in Ballarat and
The directory has almost 700 entries featuring
brief summaries of services or activities that an
organisation provides and contact information.
With search or browse categories, the directory
is simple to use and specific to Ballarat. This
valuable listing of community services will be soon
be made into a mobile web application for even
Are you involved in a local community group?
Check the Community Directory and make
sure your group is listed. If you know you have
a directory listing, make sure all details are
To view the Community Directory, follow the
"Ballarat Community Directory" links at
Join the Community Directory
What is a Community Support
Community Support Register is a record of a
erson's details which can be accessed in an
mergency. All residents in the City of Ballarat
and surrounding districts) can join the Register.
Why sign up to the Community
he Community Support Register gives you
onfidence that if you are unable to provide
formation due to accident or illness, your
medical details and emergency contacts are
eadily available to relevant authorities.
How is the Register organised?
he Ballarat & District Community Support
egister is managed by the Police Proactive
Unit. Approved volunteers from Neighbourhood
Watch (who are required to undergo police
checks) help in the administration of the Register.
How does it work?
1. Your details will be entered and managed
on a confidential computer database at
the Police Proactive Unit, Ballarat.
2. You are issued with a:
- Card (for your wallet or purse), and
- Window sticker for your home
These identify you as a member of the Register
and are the link between you and the Register
3. In case of emergency, your details can
be accessed by the Section Sergeant
at the Ballarat Police Station, who is an
authorised member of the police force.
4. Your records will not be made available
to any other person or organisation
except Police, Ambulance, Hospital or Fire
Brigade, and then only after the approval
of the Section Sergeant at the Ballarat
How do you join?
Simply complete a registration form for each
person and forward it to:
Ballarat & District Community
PO Box 266
Want to know more?
For information or a registration form, call the
Ballarat & District Community Support Register
at 5335 5015 between 10am and 12 noon,
Monday to Friday.
The Community Support Register
is supported by the
City of Ballarat.
Ballarat & District
Doug Dean Recreation Reserve in Delcombe has
been reinvigorated with new walking and cycling
pathways, a new children's playground, revitalised
youth activity space, new barbecue shelter and a
new detention/wetland area.
Many of these works have been in partnership with,
and funded by, the Department of Human Services'
Delacombe Neighbourhood Renewal Project.
The City of Ballarat and the Delacombe
Neighbourhood Renewal are planning a community
planting day at the Doug Dean Recreation Reserve.
Local residents and stakeholders will be invited to
come along, plant a tree, participate in a free BBQ
lunch, meet their neighbours and celebrate the
transformation of the reserve over the past
Come Play at Doug Dean
Community Directory Profile:
Alfredton Lions Club
Looking for new experiences? Looking for
fulfillment and opportunities?
Then join the largest 'service club organisation' in
the world, Lions Clubs offer an amazing spectrum
of possibilities and the new Alfredton Lions Club is
welcoming interested members.
Who are the Lions?
We are a group of people dedicated to making our
communities such as Alfredton a better place to live,
work and grow. We collaborate with like-minded
people dedicated to providing real change and
creating opportunities within our communities.
Through service we make things happen.
Be a leader for the good of your community.
Do you want to make a difference?
• Feel a sense of self-worth and purpose
• Establish business and personal networks
• Develop lifelong friendships
Want to know more?
Contact: Graeme Lukey
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