Blairgowrie Street Captains

Communicate – Educate – Escalate


Streets and sections of streets are encouraged to take charge of their immediate surroundings, remaining autonomous whilst functioning as part of the whole.

The BCA does not want to control or micro-manage the streets in order for our suburb to be successful. We would rather put the power in the hands of our residents, ensuring that they take charge of their own streets. Our fantastic Street Captains help us to achieve this.


Street Captains help the BCA by ensuring that information reaches everyone on the street, forming and managing the street's WhatsApp group and creating sub-committees within the street to ensure easy management.



Street WhatsApp groups are powerful tools to help fight crime and disseminate important information from the BCA.

To find out who your Street Captain is, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Street Captains are also in charge of updating our BCA database. Each Street Captain signs a non-disclosure agreement to protect private information of our residents.

 Each Street Captain will be supplied with their portion of the database and will update this as and when residents move into/out of the street. This ensures that our database is current and up-to-date.


Please support your Street Captain by being the eyes and ears of the street. Look out for issues and take note and report any security risks, problem homes and city service issues. Report all City Service issues, find out how to here.


Encourage each other to embrace the Spirit of Community in the Street.  Your own street is more important than the suburb as a whole.



Notes For Street Captains:

Educate the residents in your street. Use your WhatsApp group and email to communicate.


  • Ward & Councillor (there are THREE!!)
  • Contact numbers and Emergency procedures
  • Encourage all residents to report issues in their street: 
    • Street lights
    • Illegal signage (can be removed by anyone, unless they have the stamp of approval of the City)
    • Dumping
    • BCA Committee Portfolio Heads to be contacted in cases where an issue needs to be escalated, unresolved within an acceptable time period
  • Bylaws and the etiquette in the suburb
  • Make lists:
    • who are the elderly; people in need of assistance
    • people who can provide assistance (in times of emergency)
    • people without email connectivity
    • Enlist help to distribute BCA newsletters to those without email access
  •  Make an effort to attend the annual AGM
  • Get involved in the other activities in the suburb. We try to keep these to a minimum and we understand ‘”family comes first”.








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