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You are invited to participate in council's community consultations.

You are invited to participate in council's community consultations.

  • Mapleton Dog Off-Leash Area

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    04 Mar 2021
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    In 2019 Sunshine Coast Council asked the Mapleton community, via survey, to determine potential sites for a dog off-leash area.

    Council is again seeking input from the community to select a preferred site location and gather community feedback on the concept designs for a new dog off leash area in Mapleton.

    Survey closes 24 March 2021.

  • Naming Proposal - Albert Atkinson Park

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    01 Mar 2021
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    A Naming Proposal has been submitted to officially name a park located at 174 Nambour Mapleton Road, Highworth. This parcel of land is not currently officially named.

    The proposed name commemorates the life of Albert Atkinson and his significant lifelong contribution to the community of Nambour.

    Submissions close 15 March 2021.

  • Recreation Parks Plan

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    23 Feb 2021
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    Council is calling on the community to review the new Draft Sunshine Coast Recreation Parks Plan and give feedback on the future of our region’s parks.

    Submissions close 5.00pm, Tuesday 6 April, 2021.

  • Naming Proposal - Howard Walker Park

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    23 Feb 2021
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    A Naming Proposal has been submitted to officially name a park cnr High Street and Peachester Road, Peachester. This parcel of land is not currently officially named.

    The proposed name commemorates the life of Howard Walker and his significant contribution to the community of Peachester.

    Submissions close 8 March 2021.

  • Shelly Beach – Moffat Beach Coastal Study

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    11 Jan 2021
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    Council is preparing to undertake a detailed study of the coastal strip from the southern end of Shelly Beach northward to Tooway Lake. This stretch of coast includes Shelly Beach, Moffat Headland, and Moffat Beach. The investigation seeks to better understand community perspectives on what is valued about this section of coastline and the challenges and opportunities associated with its management. The findings of this investigation will help inform council management of the area.

  • Our future waste

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    02 Feb 2021
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    Have your say on the future of waste and resource recovery on the Sunshine Coast, including a third bin to capture food and organic waste (FOGO) by completing the online survey by 5pm, Tuesday 2 March, 2021.

  • Domestic Animal Management Plan Update

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    20 Jul 2020
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    What does ‘responsible pet ownership’ mean to you?

    Whether you are a pet owner or not, your feedback is valuable in helping to shape the Domestic Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Plan. Council is preparing to update the plan for the next 10 years.

  • Sunshine Coast Get Ready Schools 2021

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    06 Nov 2020
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    Council is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of residents and visitors to the region.

    Primary students are asked to submit a 30 second video that encourages our community to have a disaster “WHAT-IF PLAN” to help tell our local communities prepare for disasters.

    This competition gives students the chance to win great prizes for themselves and their school. Submissions open 1 March 2021.

  • Our Resilient Coast. Our Future.

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    14 Mar 2019
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    The Draft Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy has been developed over a two year period, with ongoing community input from April 2019 to Nov 2020, which has shaped the technical work and the Strategy.

    We now welcome our community to provide feedback on the draft Strategy document

    We are continuing the journey to develop 'Our Resilient Coast. Our Future.', a long-term strategy to help manage the impacts of coastal hazards. Coastal hazards include erosion of our beaches, and short or long-term seawater inundation of land along the coastline.

    Your ideas and input will be a valuable part of the strategy development. If you have a keen interest in our coast and its future, we encourage you to get involved.

    Consultation closes 7 December 2020.