WE ARE LISTENING : HAVE YOUR SAY

This dedicated website is one method Wingecarribee Shire Council is using to connect with our community, providing a direct link to Council's decision-making processes.  We hope you will find this an easy and convenient way to contribute your ideas, feelings and opinions about key projects and services.

Take a look around the site and see how others have already participated.

Registration is required if you wish to post comments in the online discussion forums, upload videos and photos or share a story about an experience or idea.  Your privacy is protected and the discussion forums are moderated externally and independent of Council. 

It's quick and easy to register and contribute anonymously with a username of your choice.

We value your involvement and encourage you to have your say.

 

If you prefer to engage with Council using traditional methods, simply pop into the libraries located in Bowral, Mittagong and Moss Vale or visit the Customer Service counter in our Civic Centre in Elizabeth Street, Moss Vale. For further information please call (02) 4868 0888.

Aerial view of Robertson and the escarpment.

IMAGE: Aerial view from Robertson looking west over the shire.

This dedicated website is one method Wingecarribee Shire Council is using to connect with our community, providing a direct link to Council's decision-making processes.  We hope you will find this an easy and convenient way to contribute your ideas, feelings and opinions about key projects and services.

Take a look around the site and see how others have already participated.

Registration is required if you wish to post comments in the online discussion forums, upload videos and photos or share a story about an experience or idea.  Your privacy is protected and the discussion forums are moderated externally and independent of Council. 

It's quick and easy to register and contribute anonymously with a username of your choice.

We value your involvement and encourage you to have your say.

 

If you prefer to engage with Council using traditional methods, simply pop into the libraries located in Bowral, Mittagong and Moss Vale or visit the Customer Service counter in our Civic Centre in Elizabeth Street, Moss Vale. For further information please call (02) 4868 0888.

Aerial view of Robertson and the escarpment.

IMAGE: Aerial view from Robertson looking west over the shire.

News & Updates

  • Get involved and inspire our Arts and Culture Plan

    Wingecarribee Shire Council is developing a Cultural Plan for the Southern Highlands. The Cultural Plan, Southern Highlands Inspired! will set out strategies for arts and culture in the Shire that will help achieve the goals of the Community Strategic Plan. 

    Have Your Say by sharing ideas on what you see as the most important things to work on in the short and long term. Visit the project page for further information, to learn about scheduled workshops or to complete a survey.

    Wingecarribee Shire Council is developing a Cultural Plan for the Southern Highlands. The Cultural Plan, Southern Highlands Inspired! will set out strategies for arts and culture in the Shire that will help achieve the goals of the Community Strategic Plan. 

    Have Your Say by sharing ideas on what you see as the most important things to work on in the short and long term. Visit the project page for further information, to learn about scheduled workshops or to complete a survey.

    by Community Engagement 02 Oct 2014, 05:29 PM
  • Say YES to having your say!

    Having your say is easy. Keep an eye out here or register so you receive email notifications from Council about opportunities to have your say.

    You can participate in discussions, complete surveys and quick polls, tell your stories and include video or images with your stories, engage and provide feedback through interactive maps, send submissions, email Council and ask questions.

    Better still, you can do all of this by mobile phone, your tablet or personal computer at a time and place that suits you. 

    Your feedback will assist Council's decision making processes and help shape our community. Have your say Wingecarribee!

    Having your say is easy. Keep an eye out here or register so you receive email notifications from Council about opportunities to have your say.

    You can participate in discussions, complete surveys and quick polls, tell your stories and include video or images with your stories, engage and provide feedback through interactive maps, send submissions, email Council and ask questions.

    Better still, you can do all of this by mobile phone, your tablet or personal computer at a time and place that suits you. 

    Your feedback will assist Council's decision making processes and help shape our community. Have your say Wingecarribee!

    by ray 17 Dec 2013, 10:24 AM
  • Have your say about the layout of Exeter Oval's sports fields and fence line.

    This consultation has now concluded but you can still view related information using the links below.

    Council was recently approached by an Exeter Oval user group to reconsider the layout of sporting fields. Following consultation with a number of organisations we are seeking feedback about which option is preferred by the community.
    Visit the project page for further information.

    This consultation has now concluded but you can still view related information using the links below.

    Council was recently approached by an Exeter Oval user group to reconsider the layout of sporting fields. Following consultation with a number of organisations we are seeking feedback about which option is preferred by the community.
    Visit the project page for further information.


    by Community Engagement 30 Aug 2014, 04:16 PM
  • Letters and plans issued to Bong Bong Road property owners

    Property owners along Bong Bong Road, between Belmore Street and Mary Street, will shortly receive a letter from Council's Design Team to outline the proposed upgrade and seek feedback.

    A copy of plans proposed for the length of street will be enclosed with the letter and these can also be viewed in the Bong Bong Road project page.


    Property owners along Bong Bong Road, between Belmore Street and Mary Street, will shortly receive a letter from Council's Design Team to outline the proposed upgrade and seek feedback.

    A copy of plans proposed for the length of street will be enclosed with the letter and these can also be viewed in the Bong Bong Road project page.


    by Community Engagement 30 Aug 2014, 03:59 PM
  • Feedback sought on Council's draft Communication and Community Engagement strategies.

    This consultation has now concluded but you can still view related information using the links below.
    Council is seeking feedback from residents on draft Communication and Community Engagement strategies which are currently on exhibition. The dual strategies were designed to provide Council with clear directives on future communication and community engagement goals and are intended to provide a framework for greater and more effective communication and consultation.

    They are designed to be used as the basis for developing a range of future procedures that will ultimately detail how the community will receive timely and accurate information about Council services. 

    The ....Read more

    This consultation has now concluded but you can still view related information using the links below.

    Council is seeking feedback from residents on draft Communication and Community Engagement strategies which are currently on exhibition. The dual strategies were designed to provide Council with clear directives on future communication and community engagement goals and are intended to provide a framework for greater and more effective communication and consultation.

    They are designed to be used as the basis for developing a range of future procedures that will ultimately detail how the community will receive timely and accurate information about Council services. 

    The strategies will also be used as the foundation for developing greater opportunities for you to become involved in Council projects.

    The Communications strategy and Community Engagement strategy and policy highlight opportunities for improved consistency and greater community involvement by detailing key objectives, messages and responsibilities.

    Check out the links above to view a copy of the draft strategies and policy or visit the Moss Vale Civic Centre and Mittagong, Bowral or Moss Vale libraries.

    Submissions and feedback must be received by 4.30pm on Monday 14 July 2014.

    For further information contact Council’s Media and Communications Coordinator on (02) 4868 0863 or Community Engagement Coordinator on (02) 4868 0861.


    by Community Engagement 13 Jun 2014, 05:37 PM
  • LAST WEEK TO COMMENT ABOUT COUNCIL'S PLANS FOR THE NEXT YEAR

    This consultation has now concluded but click here if you'd like to review what was on exhibition.

    We may have missed you at the Information Kiosk on Wednesday but you still have just over a week to make a submission about Council’s Operational Plan and Budget which is on exhibition until 4.30pm, Monday 28 April 2014.

    The Operational Plan identifies the projects and programs which will be undertaken to address the objectives set in the Community Strategic Plan: Wingecarribee 2031+.  A number of major construction projects are planned including the upgrade of Mittagong Pool, Exeter Hall and the Bowral Distributor Road.

    ....Read more

    This consultation has now concluded but click here if you'd like to review what was on exhibition.

    We may have missed you at the Information Kiosk on Wednesday but you still have just over a week to make a submission about Council’s Operational Plan and Budget which is on exhibition until 4.30pm, Monday 28 April 2014.

    The Operational Plan identifies the projects and programs which will be undertaken to address the objectives set in the Community Strategic Plan: Wingecarribee 2031+.  A number of major construction projects are planned including the upgrade of Mittagong Pool, Exeter Hall and the Bowral Distributor Road.

    Our rural areas and villages are also included with a variety of activities planned.

    ON DISPLAY: Plans and images used for the Capital Works Program display at this week's kiosk are now exhibited in the Civic Centre. You can see a taste of these images on the video now playing on the Operational Plan page.

    ASK A QUESTION: If you'd like more information about any of the proposed services or activities, please give our Customer Services Team a call on (02) 4868 0888. They will direct you to the officers responsible for each proposal.

    HAVE YOUR SAY: Please take a few minutes to review the associated documents, ask a question or complete a submission form at www.yoursaywingecarribee.com.au before 4.30pm Monday 28 April 2014.

    If you would like to comment about other Council services or proposals please emailwscmail@wsc.nsw.gov.au or call the Customer Services Team on (02) 4868 0888.


    by Community Engagement 17 Apr 2014, 03:57 PM
  • Operational Plan forecasts next year's activity

    This consultation has now concluded but click here if you'd like to review what was on exhibition.

    We want to hear what you think of our 2014-15 draft Operational Plan and Budget!

    The Operational Plan identifies the projects and programs which will be undertaken to address the objectives set in the 2013-17 Delivery Program. Our draft budget will deliver direct investment in capital works projects, such as roads, footpaths, parks and building upgrades across the shire. The draft budget provides a total expenditure of $89 million across broad functional areas of Leadership, People, Places, Environment and Economy. There continues to....Read more

    This consultation has now concluded but click here if you'd like to review what was on exhibition.

    We want to hear what you think of our 2014-15 draft Operational Plan and Budget!

    The Operational Plan identifies the projects and programs which will be undertaken to address the objectives set in the 2013-17 Delivery Program. Our draft budget will deliver direct investment in capital works projects, such as roads, footpaths, parks and building upgrades across the shire. The draft budget provides a total expenditure of $89 million across broad functional areas of Leadership, People, Places, Environment and Economy. There continues to be a significant investment in asset maintenance, asset renewal and new asset works across the shire. Take a look and tell us what you think.



     

    by Community Engagement 31 Mar 2014, 01:26 PM