Welcome to Gosford City Council's Community Engagement Hub
Gosford City Council's Have your say online Community Engagement hub is designed to provide all of us an opportunity to provide real input and direction into a broad range of local projects and programs.
The Hub also enables you to view comments, forums and the history of the development of projects that have occured in the past.
Have Your Say allows you easy access to a range of dialogue (visual, audio and text) relating to past, current and future projects undertaken by Gosford City Council.read more
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Proposed Deerubbun Reserve Car Park Upgrade......have your say!
Gosford City Council in conjunction with NSW Roads & Maritime are looking at investing funds to upgrade the car park at Deerubbun Reserve, Mooney. Yoiu're invited to review the masterplan and provide your feedback today. The opportunity to provide your feedback on the masterplan concludes at 5.00pm 7 June 2013.
by admin 20 May 2013, 6:48am
In 2010, the first Community Strategic Plan (CSP) was developed for the Gosford Local Government Area to meet the Local Government Integrated Planning and Reporting (IPR) Legislation. The CSP was endorsed by Council in April 2011.
Development of this document involved significant community and stakeholder engagement to ensure it reflected the key aspirations of the Gosford community.
by GCC Coordinator 8 May 2013, 12:22pm | 0 comments
Since urban development the habitat value of Pearl Beach Lagoon has declined. This is in response to pressures such as urban runoff, modifications to the natural movement of water (e.g. the weir, drainage channels, groundwater extraction)and weed invasion. These issues are likely to be exacerbated into the future as a result of population increase, climate change impacts and projected rises in mean sea level as well as the cumulative effects of past practices.
Your input is important in driving future management of the lagoon and we encourage you to be involved by completing our online survey, adding your ideas and comments to the discussion forum and by helping us access research, studies and old photographs of the Pearl Beach Lagoon catchment.
by admin 30 May 2012, 7:36am | 9 comments