Past Consultations

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

Over the years, the community has provided feedback and shared their views on a range of Council's projects and consultations. Below is a list of all previous consultations we have done on this platform, organised by year.



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

Over the years, the community has provided feedback and shared their views on a range of Council's projects and consultations. Below is a list of all previous consultations we have done on this platform, organised by year.



  • Draft revised Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan

    4 months ago
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    The draft revised study and plan was designed to investigate potential mitigation options for flooding from the Murrumbidgee River in Wagga Wagga and makes recommendations on how the city should manage flood risks into the future.

    The draft was placed on public exhibition and the community was encouraged to review it and provide feedback.

    The draft revised study and plan was designed to investigate potential mitigation options for flooding from the Murrumbidgee River in Wagga Wagga and makes recommendations on how the city should manage flood risks into the future.

    The draft was placed on public exhibition and the community was encouraged to review it and provide feedback.

  • Live streaming of Council Meetings

    4 months ago
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    In May 2017, Wagga Wagga City Council started a six month trial of live streaming Council Meetings. At the end of this trial period, Council sought the community's feedback on how the trial went. This feedback was used as part of the review process in order to determine whether to continue live streaming future meetings.


    In May 2017, Wagga Wagga City Council started a six month trial of live streaming Council Meetings. At the end of this trial period, Council sought the community's feedback on how the trial went. This feedback was used as part of the review process in order to determine whether to continue live streaming future meetings.


  • Youth Engagement

    4 months ago
    Youth engagement

    Wagga Wagga City Council is always looking for new and better ways to engage with the youth in our community. In 2017, Council delivered an engagement strategy targeted at Wagga Wagga's youth, which allowed them the opportunity to tell Council how we could better communicate with them and involve them in the decision making process.

    Wagga Wagga City Council is always looking for new and better ways to engage with the youth in our community. In 2017, Council delivered an engagement strategy targeted at Wagga Wagga's youth, which allowed them the opportunity to tell Council how we could better communicate with them and involve them in the decision making process.

  • Stronger Country Communities Fund

    4 months ago
    Stronger country communities fund

    In 2017, a large number of NSW Government funding opportunities were available. Wagga Wagga City Council came up with a number of projects and sought input from the community to help prioritise the shortlist for applications for one of the grant programs.

    In 2017, a large number of NSW Government funding opportunities were available. Wagga Wagga City Council came up with a number of projects and sought input from the community to help prioritise the shortlist for applications for one of the grant programs.

  • Kincaid Street centre parking

    4 months ago
    Kincaid street parking

    In response to calls for more parking around the Fitzmaurice Street precinct a six-month trial of all day centre-of-road parking was conducted in Kincaid Street.

    The community was asked to provide feedback on how they think the trial went and whether the initiative should continue.

    In response to calls for more parking around the Fitzmaurice Street precinct a six-month trial of all day centre-of-road parking was conducted in Kincaid Street.

    The community was asked to provide feedback on how they think the trial went and whether the initiative should continue.

  • Bolton Park master plan

    4 months ago
    Bolton park master plan

    In 2017,Wagga Wagga City Council underwent a review of activities and available infrastructure within the Bolton Park / Robertson Oval / Oasis precinct.

    A master planning process(External link) was previously undertaken for the site, however a review was required due to a number of changes in the available sporting infrastructure within the city and the future development that is planned for the precinct.


    In 2017,Wagga Wagga City Council underwent a review of activities and available infrastructure within the Bolton Park / Robertson Oval / Oasis precinct.

    A master planning process(External link) was previously undertaken for the site, however a review was required due to a number of changes in the available sporting infrastructure within the city and the future development that is planned for the precinct.


  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Protocols

    4 months ago
    Aboriginal and torres strait islander cultural protocols

    Wagga Wagga City Council's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Protocols was revised and put on public exhibition in 2017.

    The Cultural Protocols are an important part of the social and professional structures Aboriginal people live and work in and aim to provide a comprehensive resource for all Council staff to use when liaising, consulting and engaging with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

    As part of the revision, the community was asked to provide feedback on the protocols.


    Wagga Wagga City Council's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Protocols was revised and put on public exhibition in 2017.

    The Cultural Protocols are an important part of the social and professional structures Aboriginal people live and work in and aim to provide a comprehensive resource for all Council staff to use when liaising, consulting and engaging with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

    As part of the revision, the community was asked to provide feedback on the protocols.


  • Activate Wagga

    4 months ago
    Activate wagga

    The Recreation and Open Space and Communities (ROSC) Strategy 2040 and Activation Strategy 2040 were developed with the key goal of creating opportunities and liveable communities in a growing economy.

    The strategies draw on the guiding principles in Wagga View: Community Strategic Plan 2040, the Riverina Murray Regional Plan and other City of Wagga Wagga strategies to develop a co-ordinated approach to the planning and delivery of services so that it occurs in a sustainable manner.


    The Recreation and Open Space and Communities (ROSC) Strategy 2040 and Activation Strategy 2040 were developed with the key goal of creating opportunities and liveable communities in a growing economy.

    The strategies draw on the guiding principles in Wagga View: Community Strategic Plan 2040, the Riverina Murray Regional Plan and other City of Wagga Wagga strategies to develop a co-ordinated approach to the planning and delivery of services so that it occurs in a sustainable manner.


  • Disability Inclusion Action Plan

    4 months ago
    Disability inclusion action plan

    In 2017, Wagga Wagga City Council developed a Disability Inclusion Action Plan. This action plan will ensure Wagga Wagga is proactive towards inclusion and accessibility and makes it a priority in the city’s planning.

    To ensure that the plan was a reflection of the community, both now and into the future, Council asked the community to share their ideas on how accessibility and inclusion could be improved across the city.



    In 2017, Wagga Wagga City Council developed a Disability Inclusion Action Plan. This action plan will ensure Wagga Wagga is proactive towards inclusion and accessibility and makes it a priority in the city’s planning.

    To ensure that the plan was a reflection of the community, both now and into the future, Council asked the community to share their ideas on how accessibility and inclusion could be improved across the city.



  • Community Survey

    4 months ago
    Community survey

    The 2017 Community Survey was designed to help Council to identify the importance of different services and facilities in our community and also provides Council with an indication on how we are performing. The results for the survey are used to inform planning for the future and the associated resource allocation.

    The 2017 Community Survey was designed to help Council to identify the importance of different services and facilities in our community and also provides Council with an indication on how we are performing. The results for the survey are used to inform planning for the future and the associated resource allocation.