Public Exhibitions

Public Exhibitions give you the chance to have your say on important documents generated by Wagga Wagga City Council.

Hard copies of these documents are available for inspection at the customer service desk at Wagga Wagga City Council (corner of Baylis and Morrow Streets) for at least 28 days from the date they were first advertised in Council News, which can be read online, or in the Weekend Advertiser.

What's on public exhibition?

DocumentSubmission Due Date
Proposed Update to Council's 2018/19 Fees and Charges - Waste Services05 Jan 2019
Aim: The proposed update to Council’s 2018/19 Waste fees and charges document will assist in providing clarification around the criteria for providing additional and/or concessional waste services. Place on public exhibition for a period of at least 28 days from 1 December 2018 and invite public submissions from the community during this period in relation to the proposed new fees. Receive a further report following the exhibition and submission period addressing any submissions made in respect of the proposed amendments to Council’s Revenue and Pricing Policy 2018/19 and proposing adoption of the new fees unless there are any recommended amendments deemed to be substantial and requiring a further public exhibition period.

Draft WWCC Inland Water Safety Plan 201806 Feb 2019
Aim: Following consultation with Royal Life Saving Australia, State Emergency Services and additional stakeholders Wagga Wagga City Council has developed a draft Inland Water Safety Management Plan. The Plan has been aligned to fit in with the Australian Water Safety Strategy 2016 -2020.

Draft Bolton Park Master Plan21 Feb 2019
Aim: The Bolton Park Precinct is Wagga Wagga’s premier sporting facility located within the central business district. In recent years, staff have received numerous requests for the upgrade of this facility to a standard that will enable it to cater for elite level sporting events and allow for the future growth of the city. The Bolton Park Precinct has also been identified as a possible location for the development of a Regional Sports Hub in Wagga Wagga within the NSW Government’s draft Riverina Murray Sport and Active Recreation Plan. In order to determine the future requirements for this precinct a draft Master Plan has been developed following community and stakeholder engagement.

Draft Wagga Wagga Local Infrastructure Contributions Plan and Appendices16 Mar 2019
Aim: The draft Wagga Wagga Local Infrastructure Contributions Plan 2018 has been developed to replace the City of Wagga Wagga S94A Levy Contributions Plan 2006 and the City of Wagga Wagga Section 94 Contributions Plan 2006 – 2019. The draft Wagga Wagga Local Infrastructure Contributions Plan 2018, including the Appendices will be on public exhibition for a period of 92 days from 1 December 2018 until 2 March 2019, and Council invites public submissions until 16 March 2019 on the draft Plan.

Other opportunities to comment

How to make a submission

Persons wishing to make a submission in relation to Public Exhibition documentation should do so prior to the close of the exhibition period.

A Public Submission Form is available online.

A printable version of the Public Submission Form is also available and can be submitted using the methods below.

Mail to:

The General Manager
Wagga Wagga City Council
PO Box 20
Wagga Wagga NSW 2650

Email to:

Deliver to:

Civic Centre Customer Service
Cnr Baylis and Morrow Streets

Any questions relating to the Public Exhibition documentation may be referred to Council on 1300 292 442.

Important information regarding your submission

Persons making written submissions are advised that any submission received within the submission period will be subject to the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act (PIPPA) and may be attached to the final report, in its entirety or in part, to Council unless explicitly requested by the person making the submission that they do not wish this to occur.