March 13th, 2023Chance to make a splash as council develops indoor aquatics vision
The Hepburn Shire Council is keen to receive community input as it develops its Hepburn Shire Indoor Aquatics Provision Feasibility Study and Business Case.
Community members are now being encouraged to participate by completing a survey which takes approximately 10 minutes. But those hoping to have some input had better hurry as the survey closes on Friday 24 March 2023.
Last April the council had adopted the Hepburn Shire Council Aquatics Strategy which sets down a 10-year priority plan that will guide the future strategic direction, infrastructure development priorities and asset management planning for aquatic facilities.
A key part of the Aquatics Strategy was the identified need for access to indoor all year-round aquatics provision to support the needs of Hepburn Shire residents.
Hepburn Shire mayor Cr Brian Hood says the council is keen to hear from the community to help inform the Hepburn Shire Indoor Aquatics Provision Feasibility and Business Case.
“We need to carefully consider council’s ability to fund and operate any potential future indoor aquatics provision opportunities,” Cr Hood said.
“The community survey will help us fill in some information gaps and get community input into their proposed use of current indoor aquatics facilities and ideas on future indoor aquatics facilities and provision.”
Community members are encouraged to participate by completing a survey which takes approximately 10 minutes. The survey closes on Friday 24 March 2023.
Questions regarding the survey can be directed to Council’s Sport and Active Recreation Team at email@example.com.
And anyone keen to learn more can head online to https://participate.hepburn.vic.gov.au/aquatics-feasibility-study where they can also complete the survey.