We want to hear from you on the projects and initiatives that interest you. On this page you can find the activities that are open for your feedback and information about recently concluded engagement activities. Get involved and help shape our future! Please note: all submissions are considered public documents unless advised otherwise.
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Latrobe City Council (LCC) are developing a Master Plan for Kingsford Street Reserve to provide the development directions for the reserve that reflects and meets community interests and needs.
The Draft Concept Design Report investigates the feasibility of creating a district to regional level youth precinct and the most suitable location for it within Traralgon. The chosen site will be key to the strategic objectives for the facility and look to eradicate some of the existing antisocial behavioural issues currently associated with the location of the existing skate facility.
Recently concluded engagement activities
Latrobe City Council has recently built and opened a Fenced Off Dog Park in Bert Thompson Reserve, Traralgon.
Closing date: 17 January 2020
We are seeking feedback Amendment C101 - Recreational Signage and Corrections, have your say now
Latrobe City Council is considering the potential sale of part of the discontinued road, formerly known as Finlayson Lane, at the rear of 26 Finlayson Crescent, Traralgon. We want your feedback.
Council’s tree selection is about planting the right tree in the right place. We currently plant a balance of native trees, native indigenous trees and exotic, evergreen and deciduous trees. We are seeking community feedback on Council’s preferred street tree replacement planting list.
We need your help to decide on the best location for the new youth space and help in the design of the Traralgon Youth Activity Precinct.
The draft Management Plan for Mathison Park has been developed following a review of theexisting 2002 management plan.
Latrobe City Council conducted community eng
Latrobe City council conducted community engagement between May-July 2017 to understand what makes us happy and healthy.