Council has finalised construction on a new waste management facility that will serve the Camden Haven and southern end of the Local Government Area as a replacement for the Dunbogan Waste site.
Council has a number of key strategic planing documents that focus on various stages of growth development and what is important to our community. This includes the Orbital Road investigations.
Work has been undertaken on an expansion of the Wauchope Waste Transfer Station to complete subdivision works on land adjoining the Transfer Station for a greenwaste expansion.
The installation of lighting will increase the hours sporting groups can use these sporting facilities, and supports Council’s focus on increasing utilisation of existing sporting fields across the region.
The new field provides opportunity for various sports groups and can be used for school use, club training and weekly games and provides opportunities to host sporting events and competitions.
Council is currently updating and replacing the current signage that exist at the entry points to our communities.
Development of the IWCM Strategy provides Council with an opportunity to take stock of its water cycle management efforts so far, and plan what needs to be done in the future.
Our region is experiencing unprecedented population growth with an ever increasing number of young families regularly enjoying our playground facilities.
Information gathered is now being incorporated into the relevant design and environment impact documentation prior to calling for tenders to provide sewerage to residential properties in the three villages.
Installing Solar panels was seen as a way to ensure monetary savings for rate payers and to create sustainability projects that can be used as an educational tool for schools and business.