Help change the landscape of some of the City of Casey’s playgrounds and influence the design of your community.
Consultation has begun for Council’s annual Playground Renewal Program. By completing a simple survey, you can voice what you want and need from your local playgrounds. The feedback you provide will help guide future refurbishments and upgrades at selected playgrounds.
Running from 28 June to 23 July this is your chance to have your say on what type of play equipment you would like to see in your local playground.
The twelve playgrounds that have been scheduled for renewal are:
Banjo Paterson Reserve Playground
Berwick Springs Wetland Reserve East Playground
Bill Hudson Reserve Playground
Bournevale Drive Reserve Playground
Fordholm Road Reserve Playground
Highfielde Avenue Reserve Playground
Hunt Club Reserve Playground
James Alexander Reserve Playground
Melville Park Playground
Merinda Park Playground
Norfolk Drive Reserve Playground
Tara Court Reserve Playground
Over the coming year, each one will be fully refurbished with new equipment and reflective of present-day needs and trends.
Playgrounds are an important space where children can have an adventure, exercise and meet new friends.
The survey aims to find out what residents want and need from their local play spaces so we can create purpose-built spaces that everyone can enjoy.
The surveys aim to get a broader understanding of community needs, including who is using the park and how they are using it.
There will be two surveys available, one for adults and one for children. For children not wanting to fill out the survey they can draw a picture of their dream playground.
Submissions open 28 June and close 23 July.