The City of Melville will hold an interactive walkable workshop as part of a series of community engagement activities to develop a master plan to enhance Webber Reserve in Willagee.
The master plan will identify opportunities to improve Webber Reserve for local residents and visitors to enjoy sport, recreation and leisure activities, as well as improve accessibility and connectivity throughout the 4.72 hectare reserve and to the surrounding area.
City of Melville Mayor the Hon. George Gear JP said the master plan would be a joint effort in collaboration with local residents, the wider community and key stakeholders, including local sporting groups.
“Through all major stages of the master plan design process, we will be seeking community and stakeholder feedback to ensure Webber Reserve meets the needs of the community into the future,” said Mayor Gear.
“I encourage you to come along to our interactive walk-shop on Saturday, 21 August from 10.00am to share what you love about Webber Reserve and what new things you would like us to explore.
“There will even be some fun children’s activities to keep our younger community entertained.
“If you can’t make it to the walk-shop, there are lots of other ways to get involved, including online idea sharing and a survey, stakeholder meetings, a drop in session and a final opportunity to provide feedback when the draft is formally advertised.”
The online survey and idea sharing is now open for submissions and will close at 4.00pm Sunday, 8 August 2021.
To share your ideas online and register for the workshop, visit Melville Talks at www.melvillecity.com.au/webber
Click ‘Follow Engagement’ on the Melville Talks page to stay updated on future opportunities to get involved.