Our Mission and Purpose
The Hackett Community Association is a not-for-profit incorporated association and it is the official representative organisation for the suburb for dealing with Government.
Promoting the well-being of the Hackett community by protecting and enhancing the social, cultural and physical environment of Hackett.
- promote initiatives that protect and enhance the social, cultural and physical environment of Hackett;
- act as point of contact for community issues;
- represent the Hackett community in dealings with Government and others;
- inform the community about issues concerning Hackett;
- support other local community organisations such as the North Canberra Community Council and Friends of Mount Majura; and
- raise funds and expend them in the pursuit of the objectives of the Association.
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Join the Hackett Community Association
Membership is FREE
Membership of the Hackett Community Association is open to anyone who lives, works or has a business or property in Hackett. Residents and businesses are encouraged to join and actively contribute to the Association.
It is crucial that the Association has a sufficiently large representative and active membership base to have any real influence on Government. The Government will generally only listen to community organisations such as ours when there is a significant number of active and committed residents.
It is also important that we demonstrate as a community that we are actively involved in shaping and influencing the direction of our community to achieve the best outcomes from government planning and programs to be treated seriously.
By joining you will receive the following benefits:
- you will have a say in your community, influence outcomes and become part of a vibrant organisation
- you will be able to vote at Annual General Meetings on proposed resolutions and nominations for committee positions
- you will be better informed on what is happening in your suburb and in turn increase your ability to influence outcomes
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Suzi Leverington (nee Fox) who now lives in Melbourne attended the Hackett Primary School in the early 70s and has set up a Hackett Primary School Facebook Group. If you are interested in joining this group or just want to read the various discussions please contact the HCA via email@example.com and we will put you…
Residents may not be aware that a bicycle repair shop called Monkey Wrench Cycles has recently opened in the Hackett shops. The proprietors are Joel and Stan who have a long history of cycling and bicycle maintenance. They are open 7 days a week and look forward to helping local residents keep their bikes in…
[envira-gallery id=”7319″] Several hundred people enjoyed a free concert organised by local residents John and Christy Murray and Chris Mobbs. The weather was absolutely brilliant for the outdoor event and Father Christmas made a quick visit much to the delight of the numerous children present. The crowd was treated to a diverse range of music…
[nggallery id=2] The Hackett Community Association is keen to establish a community garden in Hackett to increase the sense of community and is seeking expressions of interest from local residents who would be willing to help us in our endeavours to establish the community garden. Please contact us through the website or call Terry de…
The Hackett Community Association is thrilled to see the return of a pharmacy to Hackett after many years and is pleased to extend a warm welcome to Rhonda Warne who will operate the pharmacy. There is still the need to obtain a PBS licence to be able to operate the pharmacy in its full capacity…
A ‘Music in the Park’ concert will be held opposite the park at the corner of Bragg and Mackenzie Streets from 5pm onwards on 24 November (subject to the weather). The concert commences at 5pm with a wonderful mix of folk, blues, country rock and dancing on the street stuff, with bit of a Xmas…
Join in Inner-north SEE-Change’s tour of the Hume Recycle Centre 3 November 2012. People who went last year all said they learned a lot about what they thought they already knew! Take the bus from the Downer Community Centre, or meet the group at the Recycle Centre (10:15am for a 10:30 tour). Lunch in Dickson…
The Hackett Community Association will be holding its next table at the Hackett shops on 1 December from 10am to 1pm. This is the principle means by which the Committee engages with local residents to update itself on your concerns and issues. The Committee would be thrilled to talk to as many residents as possible. So please…
Come along to the Inner-North ‘over the back fence’ tour happening this Sunday 21 October. Share ideas and see examples of what you can do to reduce your ecological footprint. When: Sunday 21 October, 3-5pm Where: Downer If you intend to come along, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org for location details. We will be visiting a house…
The next meeting of the Hackett Community Association will be at 7.30 pm on 15 October 2012 at ACT Sports House, 100 Maitland Street, Hackett. All welcome.