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Consultation - Have Your Say

Council values your comments towards its plans and projects for the future.

Communications and engagement survey

How do you want Council to talk to you?

During consultation on the Council plan we heard that people wanted better communication and more engagement opportunities with Council.

We are developing a communications plan to keep you informed about our programs and services, and improve the way we communicate with you.

This is your chance to have your say on how you want to receive information and better engage with Council. The survey will take you about 10-15 minutes and will help us better understand our community.

Complete the survey by Sunday 11 March to go into the draw to win one of five $100 vouchers from a local butcher or grocer.

The prizes will be drawn on Wednesday 14 March. Winners will be notified by email, and published in the Midland Express on 20 March. We appreciate your input.

Have your say on the pool season

What has been your experience at Council’s public pools this pool season? Complete a survey and let us know what’s been good and what could be done better at our pools at Castlemaine, Harcourt, Maldon and Newstead.

Your feedback helps us understand what can be improved at our pools and also lets us know what is working well.

Surveys are available at each of the pool kiosks or you can also complete the pool season survey online.

Hard copies surveys are available until Monday 12 March. Surveys may be completed online until Saturday 31 March.

Review flood levee designs for Castlemaine and Campbells Creek

The final designs of the six flood protection levees planned around Castlemaine and Campbells Creek are now complete.

Read about the 10 recommendations in the Flood Management Plan brochure.
Read the full Castlemaine, Campbells Creek and Chewton Flood Management Plan 2015.

View the final designs of the flood protection levees below:
Cover Sheet
Gingell Street
Castlemaine Central Cabin and Van Park
Elizabeth Street
Campbells Creek
National School Lane

For more information contact Marcus Goonan, Team Leader Engineering, on 5471 1776.

New play space for Victory Park - now closed

Council is developing a creative play space at Victory Park in Castlemaine, where people of all ages and abilities can play, explore, socialise and connect.

The concept designs encourage imaginative play and include musical, swinging and spinning elements in response to community feedback. They are sympathetic to the park’s history and include seating, shade and barriers to the road and car park.

Public submissions on the designs concepts are now closed. For more information, contact Edwina Reid, Active Communities Officer, 5471 1740, or email e.reid@mountalexandervic.gov.au.

Victory Park Concept Designs - link to download designs, artists impressions and mood boards.

General feedback

Council is interested in gaining your feedback to help provide better services to you. Please complete the form below to provide your comments or feedback.

Council Feedback Form
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