Welcome to Wagga View

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What is Wagga View?

We all have a view of what the future should look like and the actions we need to take to get there. Wagga View is how we collaborate these views and come up with solutions as a community.

We have developed this online hub to be a gathering point for community discussion. It is a space where you can be involved in projects, strategy, policy development and a range of other online consultation.

We recognise that community members and other stakeholders have a lot to offer. You all bring a unique set of skills, expertise and community experience, and we want make sure that we are including all this when we plan for our community.

Council is responsible for a range of decisions and actions that directly affect your lives. This is why are are seeking your input. We want to ensure that everyone in our community has a chance to share their view on the matters that are important to them.

We recognise your time is valuable. This community engagement hub, called Wagga View, is here for when you want it, to contribute to the growth of our community.

So Why Wagga View?

Wagga View was the name of the community consultation we held in 2016, where we asked you to share your aspirations, goals and priorities for the future of the City. We received over 3,000 responses from the community. These responses became the foundation of our Community Strategic Plan, which we named Wagga View 2040. This plan sets out what we want the future to look like and has strategies on how we will get there. Everything that we do here at Wagga Wagga City Council aligns to this plan.

You can find out more information about the initial consultation and the Community Strategic Plan below.


What is Wagga View?

We all have a view of what the future should look like and the actions we need to take to get there. Wagga View is how we collaborate these views and come up with solutions as a community.

We have developed this online hub to be a gathering point for community discussion. It is a space where you can be involved in projects, strategy, policy development and a range of other online consultation.

We recognise that community members and other stakeholders have a lot to offer. You all bring a unique set of skills, expertise and community experience, and we want make sure that we are including all this when we plan for our community.

Council is responsible for a range of decisions and actions that directly affect your lives. This is why are are seeking your input. We want to ensure that everyone in our community has a chance to share their view on the matters that are important to them.

We recognise your time is valuable. This community engagement hub, called Wagga View, is here for when you want it, to contribute to the growth of our community.

So Why Wagga View?

Wagga View was the name of the community consultation we held in 2016, where we asked you to share your aspirations, goals and priorities for the future of the City. We received over 3,000 responses from the community. These responses became the foundation of our Community Strategic Plan, which we named Wagga View 2040. This plan sets out what we want the future to look like and has strategies on how we will get there. Everything that we do here at Wagga Wagga City Council aligns to this plan.

You can find out more information about the initial consultation and the Community Strategic Plan below.


  • Revised Detailed Flood Modelling report now on exhibition

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    27 Aug 2015
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Information relating to recent flooding that occurred in 2010 and 2012 along with changes in vegetation and development on the floodplain has been taken into account in Council's flood modelling.

    View the report and find out more information at FloodFutures

  • Neighbourhood Meetings

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    17 Jan 2014
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    Throughout the year Councillors and staff meet with community members at scheduled Neighbourhood Meetings. These meetings provide an opporunity to discuss what's important to community at both a neighbourhood and Citywide level.

    Take a look at the Neighbourhood Meetings page, view previous meetings, look for an upcoming meeting and sumbit a question. 

  • 2013 Wagga Wagga Business Survey - Open For Business

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    17 Jun 2019
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    The 2013 Wagga Wagga Business Survey is open for business and Council is encouraging all businesses to take the time to fill out the survey to help collect up-to-date and specific information about the Wagga Wagga business community and economy.

    The major purpose of the survey is to ensure that Council has a detailed understanding of the current issues the business community is facing.

    If you run a business of any size in the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area take ten minutes to help us to help you.

  • Review of Environmental Factors Report on public exhibition

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    17 Jun 2019
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    At its October 2013 Meeting, Council endorsed placing the draft Review of Environmental Factors (REF) Report on public exhibition. 

    This document has been developed to assist the next stage of the proposed upgrade of the Main City and North Wagga Levee Systems. The REF outlines the social, cultural and environmental issues to be considered in the detailed designs. The information was gathered by the consultants GHD through research and community consultation such as at the FloodFutures Community Meetings. 

    Community members are invited to view the documents and make a submission here.

  • We need your input! Help us design playgrounds for you and your friends.

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    by admin, 19 May 2014
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    The Climbing UnitTell us ideas you have for playgrounds.....we really want to know what makes for awesome playground fun!

    We need your input! Help us design playgrounds for you and your friends. 

    Council has developed a brand new machine to design playgrounds called a funbobulator which is specifically designed to be operated by kids.

    Go for it...use the funbobulator to design your park and tell us your ideas for awesome playgrounds.

  • Awnings Policy Review

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    17 Jun 2019
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Wagga Wagga’s main shopping areas have long been defined by the presence of awnings, and are a valued part of our local streetscape.

    As they age, how do we ensure they are safe?

    Council is currently looking to work with the community to find the most appropriate way to achieve a balance between regulation, impacts on business owners and public safety.

  • Planning For Our Community

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    17 Jun 2019
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Have your say Wagga on funding priorities, service levels and how to plan in partnership for a more sustainable future!

    Council has drafted the key documents outlining the projects and services to be delivered to the community, and the associated budget and resource requirements.

    Ruby & Oliver - Community Strategic Plan
    Combined Delivery Program and Operational Plan
    Long Term Financial Plan
    Asset Management Plan & supporting wastetraffic andrecreation sections
    Workforce Plan
    Spatial Plan & supporting maps

    By understanding how the plans relate to one another, together we can have important discussions about funding priorities, service levels and how to plan in partnership for a more sustainable future.

  • Heritage Study Review underway

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    17 Jun 2019
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Council has prepared a Draft Community-based Heritage Study Review to update the previous heritage studies that were prepared in 2002 (Urban Study) and 2000 (Rural Study).

    The report is currently on public exhibition and Council is seeking your input and feedback into the document.

  • Remeditation Works Project Updates

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    22 Mar 2013
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    The site establishment of the Tarcutta Street Former Gasworks is well underway and regular updates are being posted on the project page. Each week a brief summary will be provided as well any relevant photos and news. You can keep up to date with current and future works on the site and view the updates here.

  • Levee Upgrade Concept Designs on exhibition

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    17 Jun 2019
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
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    Council has endorsed concept designs for the proposed upgrade of the Main City & North Wagga levees at its October meeting. The concepts are now on exhibition and Council is seeking your input into them.  As we saw with the recent devestating March 2012 flood event, floodplain management affects us all.

    Residents are encouraged to take a look at the proposed concepts and make a submission.