Cowra Council has engaged consultancy firm, IRIS Research to undertake the 2020 Cowra Community Survey, which is designed to measure levels of satisfaction with Council's services and facilities. The 2020 Community Survey will assist Council in identifying priority areas and needs for the future of the Cowra Shire.
Residents over 18 years of age may be selected at random to participate in a telephone survey conducted by IRIS Research or you can complete an online survey here. The survey will close Monday 26 October 2020.
Due to COVID-19, the centre will be operating differently for the 2020/2021 season. Following Federal and State Government regulations, changes will be put in place to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all users and our staff.
We are committed to the health and safety of our valued users and ask that you follow the new rules. Find out more here.
Cowra Council will commence sewer pipe relining from Friday 18 September in the vicinity of the following roads:
Allambie Place, Berowra Street, Belmore Street, Binni Creek Road, Bourke Street, Cooyal Street, Courallie Street, Comerford Street, Coolabah Crescent, Darling Street, Dowell Street, Dungaleer Street, Fitzroy Street, Holman Lane, Holman Place, Kanangra Street, Jindalee Circuit, Kite Street, LachIan Street, LachIan Industrial Road, Lentara Street, Liverpool Street, Logan Street, Lowan Place, Lyall Street, Macquarie Street, Morilla Street, Mulyan Street, Narang Place, Nangar Street, Nelson Street, Parkes Street, Phillips Street, Pitt Street, Redfern Street, Sidlowe Place, Taronga Drive, Victor Street, Yarrabilly Drive, Wahroonga Street, Weeroona Place.
Work is expected to be completed over the next five to six months - weather permitting. Residents will be notified by mail within 48 hours before work is to be carried out in your area. Council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause. For more information, contact Cowra Council on 6340 2070.
Cowra Council is currently undertaking upgrades to the stormwater drainage system and pavement located near the Lachlan Hotel and within the Target carpark. The work will be completed in three stages to minimise inconvenience to the public and businesses.
Stage two of the works is currently underway with access from Rowston Lane through to the Target carpark currently unavailable. If you would like to access the carpark, this can be done via Brisbane Street.
There is likely to be increased construction noise, construction vehicle movement and dust during the works. Council apologises for these impacts. For more information, please contact Infrastructure and Operations on 6340 2070.
We've summarised all the discussion and decisions from the Council meeting held Monday 28 September 2020. Read more here.