GO FOGO WITH COSTA!

Australia’s favourite TV gardener, Costa Georgiadis, has endorsed Council’s FOGO initiative as a logical next step in preserving our area’s unique environment.

 

After you watch the video and hear what Costa has to say, click on the green button to find out how to FOGO:  How to FOGO

For more information on FOGO and to see the schedule of Information Sessions, click on the green button:  Waste Management and Collection Service

 

eNEWSLETTER | AUGUST 2019

The Council’s August edition of the eNewsletter was published today.

The Council’s August edition of the eNewsletter was published today.

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ULVERSTONE CULTURAL PRECINCT PROJECT

The Ulverstone Cultural Precinct Project moves forward with the submission of the Development Application for this exciting cultural, civic and learning hub.

The Ulverstone Cultural Precinct Project moves forward with the submission of the Development Application for this exciting cultural, civic and learning hub.

Ulverstone Cultural Precinct is the Visitor Information Centre, history museum, research library, art gallery, science centre and planetarium; a place of making and learning, a place for public gatherings, a flexible and experimental space for events, celebration and collaboration.

To view the Development Application, click here and comment during the two week statutory period, or contact the project team at [email protected]

FAIRWAY PARK | PUMP n JUMP TRACK UPDATE

In some news that will excite young people and families in the Central Coast, construction of the Lions Club of Ulverstone’s new Fairway Park Pump n Jump track is nearly complete.

In some news that will excite young people and families in the Central Coast, construction of the Lions Club of Ulverstone’s new Fairway Park Pump n Jump track is nearly complete.

The crew from Mtn Trails have braved the elements and continued working on the park. If all things go to plan, it will be available for use during September. The project has been delayed due to the weather conditions being more conducive to making mud pies than pump and jump parks.

Members of the Lions Club will be installing seating, picnic tables and bike racks, adding to their handy work in constructing the ramps over the park’s drain. This existing drain has been expanded to accommodate the volume of water that accumulates at the site and is expected to protect the park from any future damage during periods of heavy rain.

Keep your eyes out for the official opening which will be advertised in coming weeks.

Photos by Mtn Trails

eNEWSLETTER | JULY 2019

The Council’s July edition of the eNewsletter was published today.

The Council’s July edition of the eNewsletter was published today.

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HELPING PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA FIND THEIR VOICE

The Council are thrilled to be this year’s winner of the Local Government Award for Excellence (Larger Councils) for the Dementia-Friendly Central Coast project. The awards were presented at the Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT) annual conference in Hobart and the theme of this year’s conference was Finding Your Voice. It is fitting that the Dementia-Friendly Central Coast project took out this year’s award, as it has truly helped people living with dementia in our community to find their voices.

The Council could not have achieved this recognition for the Dementia-Friendly Central Coast project without the hard work, input and other contributions from the many volunteers, stakeholders and service providers involved. Thank you!

eNEWSLETTER | JUNE 2019

The Council’s June edition of the eNewsletter was published today.

The Council’s June edition of the eNewsletter was published today. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter

 

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