Traralgon to Morwell Shared Pathway Feasibility Study
About the project
We would like you to tell us what you think about the proposed route for the Traralgon to Morwell Shared pathway.
Latrobe City Council has released the Issues and Opportunities paper for the Traralgon to Morwell Shared Pathway. This report provides information about the project so far, the different routes that were considered and the reasons for selecting the proposed route.
We would like you to tell us:
- Would you use the path for walking, cycling or another activity?
- How often you will use the path?
- What surface you would like the pathway made of?
Latrobe City Council will use the information that you give us to determine the future design of the pathway.
How can you be involved?
You can have your say in the following ways:
- Fill in a survey
- Email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Post your submission to:
Coordinator Recreation and Open Space
Latrobe City Council
PO Box 445
Morwell Vic 3840
- Upload your submission using the button below
- Participate in a Community Listening Post
- Attend a one on one meeting
Community Listening Posts
Community listening posts to gather information from the general public for the shared pathway will occur in the following locations:
- Traralgon - Stockland Plaza
9am to 12pm on Saturday 7 Septmber, 2013
- Morwell - Mid Valley Shopping Centre
1pm to 5pm on Saturday 7 Septmber, 2013
One on One Meetings
You can arrange to meet with the project manager, to discuss the shared pathway project.
For more information about the Traralgon to Morwell Shared Pathway or to arrange a meeting, please contact the project manager Karen Tsebelis, Coordinator Recreation and Open Space at Latrobe City Council by email email@example.com or by telephone on (03) 5128 5483.
Community engagement activities to collect information and opinions about the Traralgon to Morwell Shared Pathway will open on the 7 August 2013 and close on Friday 21 September 2013.
: This consultation is now closed Closing:
21 September 2013
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