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Draft Ryde Resilience Plan 2030

Consultation closed on 03 June 2020

The City of Ryde has developed a draft Ryde Resilience Plan 2030, a 10 year plan that aims to support all members of the community and organisations to withstand and to recover quickly from shocks and chronic stresses.

The Plan acknowledges what the community last year told Council in relation to current and future issues inhibiting or developing resilience in our city.

A downloadable brochure is available summarising the Draft Ryde Resilience Plan 2030. Please click here to view.

Once implemented it will support local urban resilience for the whole of community, as well as leading to improve Council’s own operations.

JOC Consulting is collecting community feedback on behalf of the City of Ryde, to inform the final Ryde Resilience Plan 2030. We would like to hear from you about your priorities for how we can work together to become more adaptable and be better prepared for responding to local and global events that strongly impact our way of life. 

Volume 1 sets out and defines a vision, strategic planning framework, drivers, local and global pressures, issues, challenges and opportunities for resilience in our city Nine key response areas of most importance are defined that guide actions to build and strengthen preparedness so our community is able to adapt, survive and thrive in the most challenging times.

Volume 2 sets out implementation of the Plan, with each key response area having an overall goal, strategic directions, targets and outcomes for delivery. From these are actions for ‘making it happen’, along with key partnerships and timing. 

Latest Updates

Council Resolution 25 August 2020

Published on 8 September 2020

The Ryde Resilience Plan 2030 was endorsed by Council at its meeting on Tuesday 25 August 2020 and the final version of the Ryde Resilience Plan 2030 adopted.  

  • Click here to view the Ryde Resilience Plan 2030. 
  • Click here to view a copy of the Minutes from Council Meeting. 
  • Click here to read about Ryde Council  to be the first to adopt local resilience plan. 

Have Your Say has now closed

Published on 4 June 2020

Have Your Say on the Draft Ryde Resilience Plan 2030 has now closed.

Have Your Say

You can have your say on the Draft Ryde Resilience Plan 2030  in several ways including online, e-mail, post or drop off.

Online Survey

Council has engaged JOC Consulting to undertake this short 10 minute survey. The survey will be open until Wednesday 3 June 2020. If you are unable to fill in this survey, please contact Council's Customer Service team on 9952 8222 who will assist you over the phone.

Written Submissions

Written submissions must be clearly marked as 'Draft Ryde Resilience Plan 2030' and will be received up until Wednesday 3 June 2020. They can be sent to:

  • Email:
  • Post : General Manager, City of Ryde, Locked Bag 2069, North Ryde NSW 1670
  • Drop off: Ryde Library's after hours chute,  1 Pope Street, Ryde NSW 2112 (cnr Pope and Devlin Streets, within Top Ryde City Shopping Centre) 

Privacy Statement

Personal information collected from you (including responses to forms and surveys) is held and used by Council under the provisions of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998. The supply of information is voluntary, however if you cannot provide, or do not wish to provide the information sought, Council may be unable to process your application or request, or consider your submission. Please note that the exchange of information between the public and Council, may be accessed by others and could be made publicly available under the Government Information Public Access Act 2009 (GIPA Act). If you require further information please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222.


Past Have Your Say

For more information on the Ryde Resilience Plan 2030, please click here.

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Contact Us

For more information about the Draft Ryde Resilience Plan 2030 please call our Customer Service Centre on 9952 8222 or email

Last updated on 4 June 2020