Our Logan Magazine Review 2019

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Updated February 2020

The Our Logan Magazine (the Magazine) is celebrating its 10th year in publication. A lot has changed in The City of Logan in the last decade and we want to ensure the Magazine still meets the needs of the community.

This is why, in August 2019 Logan City Council began a review of the Magazine. This review included engaging Council branches (content providers) as well as community (readers).

Updated February 2020

The Our Logan Magazine (the Magazine) is celebrating its 10th year in publication. A lot has changed in The City of Logan in the last decade and we want to ensure the Magazine still meets the needs of the community.

This is why, in August 2019 Logan City Council began a review of the Magazine. This review included engaging Council branches (content providers) as well as community (readers).

  • Review Outcomes

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    14 February, 2020

    In February 2020, Council endorsed the following recommendations:

    • From August 2020, the Magazine will reduce from 10 to 6 editions per year.
    • The printing and distribution savings will be used to develop an online/digital version of the Magazine.
    • The content of the Magazine will maintain a focus on community led features, events, programs and activities. Council will continue to investigate alternative channels to feature elected members.

    Council are currently in the process of writing an implementation plan to ensure these recommendations are brought to life.

    We thank you for your contributions and ongoing support!


  • Response to engagement

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    14 February, 2020

    We received over 700 community responses through written, digital and phone surveys.

    Insights gathered through engagement included:

    • Positive feedback for the printed publication and the information it provides residents.
    • Effectiveness as an engagement tool for internal branches.
    • An appetite for more digital access with some audiences.
    • Strong interest in maintaining community focus over elected member focus.