On Exhibition

Draft Alpine Sport and Active Recreation Plan

Alpine Shire Council recognises the significant benefits that can be achieved through participation in sport and active recreation, including improved physical and mental wellbeing, the development of strong social connections, increased demand from local businesses to supply goods and services and greater appreciation of the natural environment.

The Draft Sport and Active Recreation Plan provides a strategic framework to guide Council’s investment in sport and active recreation over the next 12 years to ensure that its resources have the greatest impact on positively contributing to the health and wellbeing of the community and promoting liveability and social connections.

The Draft Alpine Sport and Active Recreation Plan is now available for public exhibition. Community members are invited to share their views on the draft document.

Written submissions must be received by 15 December 2021 via:

 

Draft Domestic Animal Management Plan 2022 - 2026

Domestic animals have an important role in our community. We know that many health benefits to humans occur through pet ownership. The benefits are not just physical, they can include improved emotional and psychological well-being as well. Animals are part of the community, and we recognise this in our actions and response to them in Alpine Shire.

The Draft Domestic Animal Management Plan (DAMP) has been developed by Council in accordance with the requirements stipulated under Section 68A of the Domestic Animals Act 1994, as well as Council’s Local Laws and relevant policies applicable to this plan. The Plan will be reviewed annually, with a major review every four years.

The Draft Domestic Animal Management Plan 2022 - 2026 is now available for public exhibition. Community members are invited to share their views on the draft document. 

Written submissions must be received by 15 December 2021 via:


 

Making a Submission

Any person may make a submission on the proposals currently on public exhibition.

Submissions are an important way in which you can play a role in Council's decision-making process.

Your submission may be in support of the proposal on exhibition, in opposition to it, support or oppose parts of the proposal, or neutral with the provision of information you would like us to consider.

In some cases, Council holds a Committee of Council in which you can elect to come and present your submission to a panel in person.

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