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.



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  • Business Survey

    over 1 year ago
    Business survey

    Following the 2009 business survey a shorter, easy to use survey was developed which would provide Council valuable feedback from the economic heartbeat of the city.

    The 2009 survey results contributed to a number of important initiatives and improvements with the feedback received from the local business community providing the necessary inspiration to realise such improvements.


    Following the 2009 business survey a shorter, easy to use survey was developed which would provide Council valuable feedback from the economic heartbeat of the city.

    The 2009 survey results contributed to a number of important initiatives and improvements with the feedback received from the local business community providing the necessary inspiration to realise such improvements.


  • Multi Purpose Stadium Project

    over 1 year ago
    Bolton park stadium

    Welcome to the information hub for the design of the redevelopment of Bolton Park Stadium and construction of a new indoor court facility at the Exhibition Centre. This project will result in two community facilities that will serve the City of Wagga Wagga for many years to come.

    During the design phase, Council consulted with 32 separate groups and organisations, as well as encouraged comment from the general community on the design layouts and possible inclusions.

    Welcome to the information hub for the design of the redevelopment of Bolton Park Stadium and construction of a new indoor court facility at the Exhibition Centre. This project will result in two community facilities that will serve the City of Wagga Wagga for many years to come.

    During the design phase, Council consulted with 32 separate groups and organisations, as well as encouraged comment from the general community on the design layouts and possible inclusions.

  • Playground Consultations

    over 1 year ago
    Playground consultations

    Wagga Wagga and the surrounding villages have more than 90 playgrounds, all of which offer a range of different play opportunities for kids.

    Every time Council upgrades a playground we need the help of the kids that use them to make sure that the final design generates the most Fun Per Kid (FPK).

    We use the award winning Funbobulator(External link) and a range of other methods to enable local children to help with the designs

    Wagga Wagga and the surrounding villages have more than 90 playgrounds, all of which offer a range of different play opportunities for kids.

    Every time Council upgrades a playground we need the help of the kids that use them to make sure that the final design generates the most Fun Per Kid (FPK).

    We use the award winning Funbobulator(External link) and a range of other methods to enable local children to help with the designs
  • Swimming Pool Safety Policy Review

    over 1 year ago
    Swimming pool safety policy review

    With over 3000 backyard swimming pools in the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area, pool safety is a big community issue. Pools can be great fun, however, for some they have also resulted in tragedy.

    Council asked the community to share their thoughts on the draft Swimming Pool Safety Policy.


    With over 3000 backyard swimming pools in the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area, pool safety is a big community issue. Pools can be great fun, however, for some they have also resulted in tragedy.

    Council asked the community to share their thoughts on the draft Swimming Pool Safety Policy.


  • Awnings Policy Review

    over 1 year ago
    Awnings   baylis st

    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 part of a review and revision of the Awnings Policy, Council asked the community - 'as awnings age, how do we ensure they are safe?'

    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 part of a review and revision of the Awnings Policy, Council asked the community - 'as awnings age, how do we ensure they are safe?'

  • Heritage Study Review

    over 1 year ago
    Heritage building

    In 2013, Council 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 was put on public exhibition and Council asked the community for their input and feedback into the document.


    In 2013, Council 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 was put on public exhibition and Council asked the community for their input and feedback into the document.


  • Narrung Wetlands

    over 1 year ago
    Narrung wetlands

    Wagga Wagga City Council proposed to redevelop disused parts of the Narrung St Sewer Treatment Plant into a wetlands, and recreating the area as a new community resource. Instead of using traditional remediation methods and leaving vacant open space, the wetlands concept provides a beneficial community asset.

    We asked the community for their feedback on this proposal.


    Wagga Wagga City Council proposed to redevelop disused parts of the Narrung St Sewer Treatment Plant into a wetlands, and recreating the area as a new community resource. Instead of using traditional remediation methods and leaving vacant open space, the wetlands concept provides a beneficial community asset.

    We asked the community for their feedback on this proposal.