A Structure Plan is being developed for Horsham South to ensure that the area develops in a coordinated way
To inform the community about the Greening Greater Horsham strategy
The Local Law will expire in December and we must develop a replacement. The Local Law covers matters like Council managed land, animal management, nuisance and roads.
Council is currently developing its Creative Horsham Plan that will prioritise our arts and cultural resources
Council plans to engage a heritage consultant to undertake a Conservation Management Plan for the Horsham Theatre (cinema)
Council is undertaking a detailed review of its rural road network
Council is undertaking a review of its Road Management Plan
Council has installed a temporary park in Roberts Avenue, providing an urban oasis for residents and visitors
Council’s proposed 2021-2022 budget was on public exhibition until Monday, June 7
Council is developing strategic plans for the next four years
Horsham Rural City Talks was a community-wide conversation kicked off by Council to give every member of our community the opportunity to discuss and share their views about our shared future that helped shape our Community Vision
Council is planning for the long term future of the Wimmera River Precinct and Central Activity District
The Parking Management Plan is about ensuring that we provide the appropriate time restrictions in the right locations
To seek feedback on the Annual Action Plan 2022-23 which implements the Council Plan
Council is changing waste and recycling services, to introduce dedicated glass recycling and green waste collection
Our budget for 2022-2023 is available for public comment. This includes the Revenue and Rating Strategy and the Capital Works Program.
A review of the Domestic Animal Management Plan is being undertaken and community input is required.
Council is currently developing its Central Activity District Revitalisation Plan that will identify changes to be made in the centre of Horsham
A vision of Sunnyside Park as a centre for the community, where different ages, interests and abilities could come together and enjoy the park
Council and Haven’s Community Reference Group have been developing a plan for the Haven Recreation Reserve since May 2021
We are reviewing our Governance Rules so that we can conduct virtual meetings on a permanent basis and provide for Councillors to attend and be present at meetings by electronic means of communication. We are seeking community feedback on the proposed changes.
To seek community input into plans for action in Horsham North to improve streetscapes, pedestrian connections and other urban infrastructure