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.



  • Future proofing subdivisions

    over 1 year ago
    Future proofing subdivision

    In 2017, Wagga Wagga City Council undertook a review of its Engineering Guidelines for Subdivisions and Development Standards. This review addressed recurring issues with subdivisions and developments and sought to bring them in to line with modern standards.

    As part of this review, Council sought community feedback, so as to gauge community expectations on these guidelines and to ensure the new standards were practical and acceptable.


    In 2017, Wagga Wagga City Council undertook a review of its Engineering Guidelines for Subdivisions and Development Standards. This review addressed recurring issues with subdivisions and developments and sought to bring them in to line with modern standards.

    As part of this review, Council sought community feedback, so as to gauge community expectations on these guidelines and to ensure the new standards were practical and acceptable.


  • Planning For Our Community

    over 1 year ago
    Planning for our community

    In 2017, the community was invited to have their say Wagga on funding priorities, service levels and how to plan for a more sustainable future.

    Council drafted key documents outlining the projects and services to be delivered to the community, and the associated budget and resource requirements. These were placed on public exhibition where the community was encouraged to submit their feedback.


    In 2017, the community was invited to have their say Wagga on funding priorities, service levels and how to plan for a more sustainable future.

    Council drafted key documents outlining the projects and services to be delivered to the community, and the associated budget and resource requirements. These were placed on public exhibition where the community was encouraged to submit their feedback.


  • Help choose the new Glenfield Road Animal Shelter logo

    over 1 year ago
    Glendfiled road animal shelter logo

    In 2016, The Glenfield Road Animal Shelter was given a logo and we wanted Wagga residents to help pick the new design.

    The community was asked to vote on their favourite design out of four options. The design is being used for a number of different reasons, from promotional material, signs, business cards and more.


    In 2016, The Glenfield Road Animal Shelter was given a logo and we wanted Wagga residents to help pick the new design.

    The community was asked to vote on their favourite design out of four options. The design is being used for a number of different reasons, from promotional material, signs, business cards and more.


  • Wagga View - Our Future in Focus

    over 1 year ago
    Wagga view   our future in focus

    As a community it is important for us to have a document that defines how we want to grow into the future. We also need to outline what we want and need as a community now. This document is called a Community Strategic Plan (CSP). This plan guides us all in how to achieve these goals and how we can measure if we are on track or not.

    During May and June 2016, the Wagga View team were out and about across the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area collecting ideas, thoughts and opinions on how our city can be even...

    As a community it is important for us to have a document that defines how we want to grow into the future. We also need to outline what we want and need as a community now. This document is called a Community Strategic Plan (CSP). This plan guides us all in how to achieve these goals and how we can measure if we are on track or not.

    During May and June 2016, the Wagga View team were out and about across the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area collecting ideas, thoughts and opinions on how our city can be even better in the future.


  • Boorooma Parklands

    over 1 year ago
    Boorooma parklands

    The City of Wagga Wagga would like to thank Boorooma residents for their ideas and input into creating two natural, recreational reserves. Masterplans for Explorer Park and Lineal Park are now complete. Boorooma residents will notice works taking place in the designated parklands in the coming months.

    The City of Wagga Wagga would like to thank Boorooma residents for their ideas and input into creating two natural, recreational reserves. Masterplans for Explorer Park and Lineal Park are now complete. Boorooma residents will notice works taking place in the designated parklands in the coming months.

  • Our Transport

    over 1 year ago
    Our transport

    At the outset we recognise that the transport network is an intrinsic part of how people experience the city and influences in a real way on people’s health, wellbeing, prosperity and the overall liveability of Wagga Wagga.

    The Wagga Wagga Integrated Transport Strategy, which was adopted in August 2017, provides Council with a strategy to respond to the population growth in the city, guide future development and will inform how Council invests and plans for transport related initiatives.

    At the outset we recognise that the transport network is an intrinsic part of how people experience the city and influences in a real way on people’s health, wellbeing, prosperity and the overall liveability of Wagga Wagga.

    The Wagga Wagga Integrated Transport Strategy, which was adopted in August 2017, provides Council with a strategy to respond to the population growth in the city, guide future development and will inform how Council invests and plans for transport related initiatives.

  • Regional IPR Group

    over 1 year ago
    Regional ipr group

    The Regional IPR group was created as a networking opportunity for industry professionals who are responsible for the implementation and facilitation of Integrated Planning & Reporting documents and processes. The group is open to all regional Councils.

    This page presents an opportunity for members of the group to network. It provides a space where members can ask question and share knowledge and information.

    The Regional IPR group was created as a networking opportunity for industry professionals who are responsible for the implementation and facilitation of Integrated Planning & Reporting documents and processes. The group is open to all regional Councils.

    This page presents an opportunity for members of the group to network. It provides a space where members can ask question and share knowledge and information.

  • Funding the flood levee upgrade

    over 1 year ago
    Funding the flood levee upgrade

    To help protect Wagga Wagga from flooding of the Murrumbidgee River and to safeguard the City's future prosperity, Wagga Wagga Council is upgrading the Main City Levee to a 1 in 100 hundred year level of protection.

    Council proposed to fund their share of the upgrade via a special rate variation. The community was given the opportunity to review this proposal and to ask questions about its implications.

    The special rate variation came into effect from the 2016/17 rates notices. Read more information on Council's website(External link).

    To help protect Wagga Wagga from flooding of the Murrumbidgee River and to safeguard the City's future prosperity, Wagga Wagga Council is upgrading the Main City Levee to a 1 in 100 hundred year level of protection.

    Council proposed to fund their share of the upgrade via a special rate variation. The community was given the opportunity to review this proposal and to ask questions about its implications.

    The special rate variation came into effect from the 2016/17 rates notices. Read more information on Council's website(External link).

  • Smoke-free CBD?

    over 1 year ago
    Smoke free cbd

    In 2015, a proposal to introduce and 12 month smoke-free trial in the CBD (Baylis Street, Fitmaurice Street, and Forsyth Street - between Berry Street and Peter Street) was placed on public exhibition.

    Council sought the community's feedback on this proposal by providing a forum for discussion.



    In 2015, a proposal to introduce and 12 month smoke-free trial in the CBD (Baylis Street, Fitmaurice Street, and Forsyth Street - between Berry Street and Peter Street) was placed on public exhibition.

    Council sought the community's feedback on this proposal by providing a forum for discussion.



  • Tipping Point

    over 1 year ago
    Tipping point

    TIPPING POINT was the community’s chance to help shape the future of waste services in the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area.

    A new contract for the three bin kerbside waste collection service was set to begin in April 2017, presenting a prime opportunity to enhance the vast range of waste services provided by Council.

    The focus of Tipping Point was to receive community input that would help inform the process to develop an enhanced system to collect and process waste materials at an appropriate and acceptable cost.

    TIPPING POINT was the community’s chance to help shape the future of waste services in the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area.

    A new contract for the three bin kerbside waste collection service was set to begin in April 2017, presenting a prime opportunity to enhance the vast range of waste services provided by Council.

    The focus of Tipping Point was to receive community input that would help inform the process to develop an enhanced system to collect and process waste materials at an appropriate and acceptable cost.