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  •  Wangaratta Walking and Cycling Strategy 2019 to 2029

    @leisure Planners is assisting Council to prepare a Walking and Cycling Strategy to increase the number of people walking and cycling in the Rural City of Wangaratta. Read more 

    Ways to get involved

    You can have your say in the following ways:

    • Comment on map: Click here for steps.
    • Fill in a quick survey, make a comment, or send a more detailed email or submission (see links above).
    • Post something on the project Facebook page (see link above).
    • Come to a meeting to discuss issues and opportunities. Dates to be advertised on the webpage soon.
    • Comment on the draft strategy, when it has been completed.

    Please tell us:

    • What improvements can be made to ensure walking and cycling is easier and more enjoyable in the Rural City of Wangaratta.
    • What problems you encounter when you ride or walk.
    • About opportunities to expand the current path network, off-road trails, bike lanes or gaps in existing facilities. 
    • How your school, workplace or local community could encourage more people to walk or ride.
  • Updates

    Hurry!  Fill in the community survey by 22nd February 2019 to go into the draw to win a voucher from a local sporting or cycling shop. Hard copy versions of the community survey are available at the Council office at 62-68 Ovens Street, Wangaratta 3677.

    Would you like to drop in? 
    There is still an opportunity to share your thoughts at one of our drop-in sessions"

    • Tuesday the 19th February 2019 - Council Foyer, Wangaratta 11am to 12 pm
    • Monday the 18th February 2019 - Eldorado Gunhouse Park, 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
    • Friday the 15th February 2019 - Ineeta CafĂ©, Moyhu, 11am to 12 pm
       

    Submissions if you'd like to send in more detailed information, you can send us anything you'd like- photos, notes, ideas, detailed proposal ..... by email (see address below).

    Send it through by the 28th of February!

    More information

    For more information please contact Monique Hillenaar, Community and Recreation Officer, Rural City of Wangaratta.Tel. 03 5722 0824 and email: monique.hillenaar@wangaratta.vic.gov.au

    Previous Strategy

    To look at the previous 1999 Cycling Strategy, please click here

     

     

     

     

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