Share Your Feedback

We strongly value feedback and input from the community.

By Having Your Say, you provide the Council with vital information that assists in influencing projects, plans, strategies and more.

Council values and acknowledges all feedback from the community and wishes to thank you in advance for your input.

Have Your Say - Locations of Heavy Vehicles Parking in Urban Areas

Council invites feedback from our community on heavy vehicle parking locations identified across the shire.

Feedback closes on Friday 28th June 2024

Click here to view the proposed parking areas(PDF, 2MB)

Have Your Say via our online form

Have Your Say - Gypsum Truck Route

Council invites feedback from our community on the proposed Gypsum Route within the Shire's boundaries. 

This proposal has resulted from no specific travel route for Gypsum transport within the shire and the increased volume of truck movements on council assets, increasing damage on roads that are not specifically designed to take such loads. Gypsum is an essential product used for various purposes in agriculture and other industries, this leads to a designated route becoming essential in the industry’s growth and safety of all travels on roads throughout the shire.

Feedback closes on Friday 28th June 2024

 

Click here to view the proposed Gypsum Truck Route(PDF, 570KB)

Have Your Say via our online form

 

Have Your Say - Master Environment Strategy

The Yarriambiack Shire Council is developing a Master Environment Strategy. Our goal is to set a clear direction that will guide our planning and decision-making to ensure we meet community expectations regarding environmental sustainability in the coming decade.

The strategy will cover three key areas:

  • Waste, recycling and resource recovery
  • Climate action – adaptation, mitigation and renewable energy
  • Environment – water, land and biodiversity

We have prepared a fact sheet on each of those topics, outlining the issues that we need to consider and the potential actions for each topic. Prioritising those actions is a key element in developing the strategy in order to ensure we meet the expectations of the community in our approach to developing this strategy.

We value feedback from the community and have released a detailed survey seeking community input on key items of waste, environment, and climate action. The survey is available in hard copy or online. There will also be a series of face-to-face engagement activities, including the Budget Roadshow, over the next 6 weeks. The dates for these activities will be shared as they occur.

The survey is open for feedback until Friday June 14, 2024.

The survey can be completed either:

Hard copies will be available and can be returned to the council office, libraries and at the Words on Wheels van.

Words on Wheels – week commencing Monday, 6 May

Wednesday 8 May – Beulah 9am-11.30am, Woomelang 1pm-3.3-pm

Friday 10 May – Murtoa 9am -12pm and Minyip 1pm- 4pm

More information can be found on Council's Master Environment Strategy webpage.

 

Have Your Say - Draft 2024/25 Budget

Council invites feedback from our community on the draft 2024/25 Budget.

 The draft document provides full details of the resources required to deliver the services and initiatives identified in the Council Plan.

Submissions close at 5pm on Friday 14 June. 

Further information can be viewed on the Draft 2024/25 Budget webpage.

Have Your Say - Draft Revenue and Rating Plan 2024-2028

Council invites feedback from our community on the draft Revenue and Rating Plan 2024-2028. 

Submissions close at 5pm on Friday 14 June. 

Further information can be viewed on the Draft Revenue and Rating Plan 2024-2028 webpage.

Have Your Say - Draft Sport and Active Recreation Strategy 2024-2034

The Yarriambiack Shire Council is currently developing a Sport and Active Recreation Strategy, to guide the sport and active recreation infrastructure planning and programming across the next 10 years.

Submissions close at 5pm 21 June 2024.

Further information can be viewed on the Draft Sport and Active Recreation Strategy 2024-2034 webpage.