People's Panel

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The People’s Panel is an exciting opportunity for you to share your thoughts and discuss important issues with other community members.

The Panel is open to all registered Your Say Wagga users and features opportunities to discuss topics in online discussion forums, workshops and other avenues that help Council make decisions that reflect what our community needs and wants.

By taking part, you can help shape Council policy and have a say on projects outside of the traditional public exhibition process.

We’ll provide a topic and then the conversation begins.

You only have to register once to take part, after that simply sign in to contribute to any People's Panel topic.

The People’s Panel is an exciting opportunity for you to share your thoughts and discuss important issues with other community members.

The Panel is open to all registered Your Say Wagga users and features opportunities to discuss topics in online discussion forums, workshops and other avenues that help Council make decisions that reflect what our community needs and wants.

By taking part, you can help shape Council policy and have a say on projects outside of the traditional public exhibition process.

We’ll provide a topic and then the conversation begins.

You only have to register once to take part, after that simply sign in to contribute to any People's Panel topic.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Public Art Policy POL 109 and revised Enliven Public Art Plan 2017- 2021 are on public exhibition until 10 October.

    Make your submission by filling out the form below.

    The Public Art Policy POL 109 and revised Enliven Public Art Plan 2017- 2021 are on public exhibition until 10 October.

    Make your submission by filling out the form below.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded. Thank you to everyone that completed the survey. All responses will be considered in the drafting of the Public Art Plan 2017-2021.

    The City of Wagga Wagga is currently reviewing its Public Art Plan for the next four years and we need your help to ensure it is a plan for the community.

    The City is committed to the development of Wagga Wagga and surrounds as a thriving, innovative and connected regional centre, where culture and creativity engage and involve the whole community.

    Recognising the key role that public art plays in fulfilling this commitment, and responding to the cultural needs of the community, the plan will outline the key principles and strategies for enhancing the city’s public spaces.

    Read

    The City of Wagga Wagga is currently reviewing its Public Art Plan for the next four years and we need your help to ensure it is a plan for the community.

    The City is committed to the development of Wagga Wagga and surrounds as a thriving, innovative and connected regional centre, where culture and creativity engage and involve the whole community.

    Recognising the key role that public art plays in fulfilling this commitment, and responding to the cultural needs of the community, the plan will outline the key principles and strategies for enhancing the city’s public spaces.

    Read the current Public Art Plan 2014-16 WaggaWorks here.

    Learn more about public art in Wagga here.

    Please fill out the short survey below by Wednesday 24 May 2017.

    Consultation has concluded
  • CLOSED: This survey has closed. All entries will be considered by Council in a mid 2017 report on whether to proceed with the project.

    The City of Wagga Wagga is currently considering whether or not to make an investment to connect San Isidore to the city’s sewerage network and would like your input.

    What will it cost?

    Council was successful in receiving a grant application to cover 35% of the $4M estimated cost of the planning and construction required to complete the connection, however this will not cover the ongoing operational cost to maintain the connection.

    The remaining $2.57M will need to be found within the existing budget and will have to be at the expense of other

    The City of Wagga Wagga is currently considering whether or not to make an investment to connect San Isidore to the city’s sewerage network and would like your input.

    What will it cost?

    Council was successful in receiving a grant application to cover 35% of the $4M estimated cost of the planning and construction required to complete the connection, however this will not cover the ongoing operational cost to maintain the connection.

    The remaining $2.57M will need to be found within the existing budget and will have to be at the expense of other projects and services. A Council resolution will be required to determine whether or not the remaining funds to proceed with the project will be allocated.

    If San Isidore is connected it is estimated that the ongoing maintenance costs would possibly equate to an extra $8 a year for every Wagga Wagga rate payer connected to sewer.

    What are the benefits?

    • Low to no associated health risks
    • Low to no associated environmental risks
    • Low to no odour problems
    • Maintenance is funded by council
    • Small yearly costs compared with large costs of installation, repair, renewal and maintenance of on-site systems
    • Waste water is treated off site
    • Possibility of further subdivision and local growth as identified in Wagga Wagga City Council’s Spatial Plan 2013-2043

    Further details about the project can be found in this fact sheet.

    Consultation has concluded