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.



  • Lake Albert Management Plan

    over 1 year ago
    Lake albert

    Over the space of several years, Wagga Wagga City Council worked continuously to implement a range of recommendations in the Lake Albert Management Plan 2009-2015(External link).

    In 2015, a review of the plan was implemented to check in with community as to the future of the plan and the proposed projects. Council sought input from the community on the future of the Lake Albert precinct to ensure that it continues to be a space that is enjoyed by all resident and visitors to the city.


    Over the space of several years, Wagga Wagga City Council worked continuously to implement a range of recommendations in the Lake Albert Management Plan 2009-2015(External link).

    In 2015, a review of the plan was implemented to check in with community as to the future of the plan and the proposed projects. Council sought input from the community on the future of the Lake Albert precinct to ensure that it continues to be a space that is enjoyed by all resident and visitors to the city.


  • People's Panel

    over 1 year ago
    Peoples panel

    The People’s Panel was created as a way for community members to share their thoughts and discuss important issues with other members.

    The Panel was open to all registered Your Say Wagga users and allowed members the opportunity to discuss topics in online discussion forums, workshops and other avenues that would help Council make decisions that reflect what our community needs and wants.



    The People’s Panel was created as a way for community members to share their thoughts and discuss important issues with other members.

    The Panel was open to all registered Your Say Wagga users and allowed members the opportunity to discuss topics in online discussion forums, workshops and other avenues that would help Council make decisions that reflect what our community needs and wants.



  • Family Day Care Annual Review

    over 1 year ago
    Family day care survey

    Wagga Wagga Regional Family Day Care (WWRFDC) provides quality education and care for children up to 13 years of age in the homes of Family Day Care Educators. As the licensee of WWRFDC, Wagga Wagga City Council conducts annual reviews of the service, which incorporates feedback from families.

    In 2014, we asked the WWRFDC community to complete a survey about the service.

    Wagga Wagga Regional Family Day Care (WWRFDC) provides quality education and care for children up to 13 years of age in the homes of Family Day Care Educators. As the licensee of WWRFDC, Wagga Wagga City Council conducts annual reviews of the service, which incorporates feedback from families.

    In 2014, we asked the WWRFDC community to complete a survey about the service.

  • Lloyd Conservation Area Naming Proposal

    over 1 year ago
    Lloyd conservation naming proposal

    In 2010, Wagga Wagga City Council acquired land comprising high quality native vegetation of Endangered White Box Woodland. The area incorporates a section of the Wiradjuri Walking Track between the Olympic Highway and Holbrook Road, and is zoned as Environmental Conservation (E2) land.

    Council sought public input in the naming this Environmental Conservation area. In keeping with the purpose of the name and its historical context, Council consulted with the Marra Marra Committee and identified three Wiradjuri names suitable for the area, and asked the community to vote on one of these.


    In 2010, Wagga Wagga City Council acquired land comprising high quality native vegetation of Endangered White Box Woodland. The area incorporates a section of the Wiradjuri Walking Track between the Olympic Highway and Holbrook Road, and is zoned as Environmental Conservation (E2) land.

    Council sought public input in the naming this Environmental Conservation area. In keeping with the purpose of the name and its historical context, Council consulted with the Marra Marra Committee and identified three Wiradjuri names suitable for the area, and asked the community to vote on one of these.


  • Off Leash Dog Areas

    over 1 year ago
    Off leash dog areas

    Wagga Wagga City Council provides a number of designated dog off leash areas across the city, including an enclosed agility track.

    In 2014, Council was looking to establish a further three off leash areas in Estella, Glenfield and Mount Austin and asked the community for their input into the proposed locations.

    Off leash areas provide a safe and fun environment for residents to exercise and socialise their dogs. Suburban off leash areas are usually frequented by locals and as such don't result in any increase in vehicle traffic, causing minimum disruption.


    Wagga Wagga City Council provides a number of designated dog off leash areas across the city, including an enclosed agility track.

    In 2014, Council was looking to establish a further three off leash areas in Estella, Glenfield and Mount Austin and asked the community for their input into the proposed locations.

    Off leash areas provide a safe and fun environment for residents to exercise and socialise their dogs. Suburban off leash areas are usually frequented by locals and as such don't result in any increase in vehicle traffic, causing minimum disruption.


  • Kapooka Bridge Naming Proposal

    over 1 year ago
    Your say thumbnail

    In 2014, NSW Roads and Maritime Services undertook a realignment of the Olympic Highway at Kapooka. As part of this process, Wagga Wagga City Council proposed to name the new road-over-rail bridge.

    As part of this consideration process, Council sought the community's feedback and input on the potential name of the bridge. The community was asked to vote on existing name options and were given the opportunity to put forward their own suggestions for review.

    In 2014, NSW Roads and Maritime Services undertook a realignment of the Olympic Highway at Kapooka. As part of this process, Wagga Wagga City Council proposed to name the new road-over-rail bridge.

    As part of this consideration process, Council sought the community's feedback and input on the potential name of the bridge. The community was asked to vote on existing name options and were given the opportunity to put forward their own suggestions for review.

  • Neighbourhood Meetings

    over 1 year ago
    Neighbourhood meetings

    Council used to regularly schedules meetings with neighbourhoods across the local government area. These meetings were a chance to update the community on projects relevant to your community, meet Councillors and discuss issues important to the community.

    Neigbourhood Meetings have now been replaced with more regular visits to more places. For more information and dates visit wagga.nsw.gov.au/charlie(External link).



    Council used to regularly schedules meetings with neighbourhoods across the local government area. These meetings were a chance to update the community on projects relevant to your community, meet Councillors and discuss issues important to the community.

    Neigbourhood Meetings have now been replaced with more regular visits to more places. For more information and dates visit wagga.nsw.gov.au/charlie(External link).



  • 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