The Road Safety Council is currently seeking community views on road safety, to help inform a new strategy for the State Government to consider. The Council is engaging with the community and stakeholders across WA to ensure the new strategy is based on improvements that are supported by the WA community.
The Road Safety Council is consulting with community in facilitated forums across WA to share information and to understand what you would support in the State's next road safety strategy.
A Community Forum will be held in Narrogin at the Narrogin Regional Leisure Centre:
Event: NarroginRoad Safety Community Forum
Date: Tuesday 3rd September 2019
Start: 5:45pm for 6:00pm start – 7:45pm concludes
Location: John Higgins Room, Narrogin Regional Leisure Centre
Address: 50 Clayton road, Narrogin 6312
This is your chance to have your say and to contribute to the development of WA's new road safety strategy.
In developing a safe road system, all aspects of road safety need to be considered. The Council encourages everyone to read the Consultation Paper, watch the informative videos and to complete the online feedback forms
In any one of these 12 Shires in the Upper Great Southern who may be interested in Fox Baiting (including existing RCP 1080 bait permit holders):
This project will SUPPLY the baits for the following baiting periods on the condition that YOU lay them.
Summer/Autumn 2020 - Winter/Spring 2020 - Summer/Autumn 2021
Closing Date: Sunday 4 August 2019
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.
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