Wagga View hits the road
The Wagga View team have been on the road this week, visiting nine of the surrounding villages in the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area.
Community contributions to the new Wagga View Community Strategic Plan were made at Tarcutta, Humula, Ladysmith, Uranquinty, Mangoplah, Galore, Collingullie, Oura and Currawarna.
The students at Collingullie Public School also took some time out of their day to stop by and see the team. High on the students’ wish list was a new skatepark, swimming pool and tennis court.
The current Wagga View consultation is collecting community feedback on the draft Wagga View plan.
This plan paints a picture of what we all want for the future of our city and provides strategies on how we can all get there.
The draft plan is based on community and stakeholder consultation held earlier in the year and consists of more than 200 strategies.
Last week more than 300 residents engaged with the draft plan through a two-day pop-shop at the Wagga Wagga Marketplace.
If you missed the Wagga View team while they were out and about, you can still have your say on the draft plan by visiting wagga.nsw.gov.au/waggaview.
Feedback can be made until 20 December.
Consultation has concluded