Community Consultation

Farm Water Shortage Survey

In order for plans to be put into place with regards to any potential water deficiency in each Shire, the information in the questionnaire below is required urgently. YOUR URGENT RESPONSE IS APPRECIATED.


Please return your completed survey to the Shire Office or via email to shire@lakegrace.wa.gov.au 



Lake Grace Trails Master Plan

In 2006 The Shire of Lake Grace successfully secured funding from the Department of Sport and Recreation (under the 2005 Trails programme) and the Premier’s Physical Activity Taskforce for the development of a Trails Master plan for the Shire.

The Shire of Lake Grace is now investigating the opportunity of advancing this Master plan and is seeking      community consultation to gauge if the Community is supportive of the Council identifying and prioritising potential trails. If the community are seen to be supportive and identify the priority projects then council staff will seek     detailed costs and identify and speak to potential funding bodies

Four trails (or sets of trails) were identified in 2006 as priority projects:

1. The Lake Grace town walk circuits

2. The Newdegate walk circuits

3. The Rifle Range Wildflower walk

4. White Dam bushland discovery trail.

In order to assist Council in understanding the communities priorities for this project , the Shire  is asking you to identify the order of your priority for the walk circuits and trails. A form can be found at the back of the Community Fact Sheet No 1.

More information can be found in the Community Fact Sheet No 1 - November 2014. Copies of the fact sheet has recently been posted. If you have not received a copy it can be viewed by clicking below.

Community Fact Sheet - No 1 - November 2014


Lake Grace All Ages Playground

After receiving feedback from the community in relation to the suitability of the local playgrounds, research was done on appropriate equipment for various age groups and opportunities that can be created locally to make a playground unique to Lake Grace.

A well-planned and well-designed playground has the potential to become well-used and a highly valued community asset.

At the November 2013 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council endorsed Shire staff to proceed with identifying funding sources, design, site analysis and community consultation for an All Ages Playground in Lake Grace.

For more information please see the Community Fact Sheets.



Community-Fact-Sheet-2-March-2014-a.pdf | pdf | 835 KB | Last Changed: 01/08/2014 10:47am


Community-Fact-sheet-1-February-2014.pdf | pdf | 1.3 MB | Last Changed: 01/08/2014 10:47am