PUBLIC CONSULTATION - VARIOUS PROJECTS
Copper Coast Council is consulting on four Reserve Upgrades in Wallaroo and Moonta, with upgrades of Stately Way, McCauley Park, Queen Square and the creation of a Wallaroo Aquatic Facility.
Council has contracted JPE Design Studio to help undertake the consultation and design aspects of the project.
On Friday, 11th and Saturday, 12th December, we will be hosting Drop-in Sessions at the following project locations and times:
- Friday, 11th December
- Queen Square - 10-11.30am
- McCauley Park (on the island) - 2-3.30pm
- Wallaroo Aquatic Facility (Foreshore - near Caffé Mia) - 6-7pm
- Saturday, 12th December
- Wallaroo Aquatic Facility (Foreshore - near Caffé Mia) - 9am-10.30am
- Stately Way - 11.30am-12.30pm
Alternatively, we are inviting the public to have their say and shape these reserve upgrades by completing one or more of the following surveys:
- Queen Square - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/B5F2C5S
- Stately Way Reserve - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/B5N5QRF
- Wallaroo Aquatic Facility - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/B5NNS86
- McCauley Park - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/B5NS5HR
The survey can be completed and:
- submitted online
- handed to the Council Office, 51 Taylor Street, Kadina
- handed to the Moonta Tourist Office
- posted to JPE Design Studio, PO Box 6401, Halifax Street, Adelaide 5000
- emailed to JPE Design Studio firstname.lastname@example.org
Surveys are due to be completed by 5pm Monday, 14th January 2021.
Once the consultation period has finished, JPE Design Studio will create a design for each project, where the plans will undertake another public consultation at a later date.
For more information or to obtain a physical copy, call Council on 8828 1200, email email@example.com or visit the Kadina office (once COVID-19 restrictions ease).
Print-friendly copies of the surveys are also available by clicking on the links below:
Please note: The community drop-in sessions as part of this public consultation were originally scheduled on the 20th and 21st November, but were were rescheduled due to COVID-19 restrictions.