Harrietville residents, share your thoughts

Harrietville residents are invited to have their say on the final detailed concept plans for the Alpine Better Places Harrietville project.

22 October 2021

The project aims to rejuvenate the township’s open spaces and streetscape, drawing on its heritage to create inviting picnic and recreation spaces, improved signage and a sense of arrival.

Alpine Shire Mayor John Forsyth said the final detailed concept plans are available for community comment before endorsement by Councillors at the December Council Meeting.

“These plans have been developed through a comprehensive community engagement process, and we thank everyone in the Harrietville community who has helped shaped the final result,” he said.

“It was important from the beginning of this project that the community tell us what they wanted to see in their open spaces and streetscape.

“We have wonderfully unique towns in the Alpine Shire, and we want to make sure the designs in this project are reflective of that individual character.

“By connecting with community members to have their say, we can ensure that the final result is something that everyone can be proud of.

“We can’t wait to see the final designs come to life and celebrate what makes Harrietville unique.”

After endorsement by Council, the plans will be used to secure grant funding to deliver the works across a number of stages.

Learn more about this exciting project and view the detailed concept plans at www.alpineshire.vic.gov.au/council/major-projects/current-projects/alpin....

Make a submission by calling 5755 0555, emailing submissions@alpineshire.vic.gov.au or via mail to Alpine Shire Council PO Box 139 Bright VIC 3741.

Alpine Better Places Tawonga has been running at the same time as the Harrietville project.

It is currently on hold, awaiting a resolution on Council’s proposed purchase of the Tawonga Scout Hall, which will play a significant role in the improvements delivered through the project.

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