On this page you will find information relating to Council-owned and managed facilities, including cultural facilities, sports grounds, parks and gardens, and how these facilities are working to reduce consumption on community assets.
Community assets including sports grounds:
Council will continue to water parks and sportsgrounds using water wise irrigation technology for as long as possible to protect these significant and high value community assets. Council has undertaken an audit to prioritise parks, gardens and sportsgrounds, so should it need to cease irrigation, the highest value assets may be conserved for as long as practicable.
Council has undertaken a review of all recreation parks and gardens and has resolved to enact restrictions and a range of water saving measures to protect priority publicly accessible community assets.
A full list of all Council owned and managed recreation parks and gardens and the relevant actions resolved to be undertaken per asset can be found here.
Council's report in full, noting actions to be undertaken, can be found here.
Information will continue to be added to this page.