Thank you to everyone who participated in a recent telephone survey carried out by IRIS Research.
Cowra Council has engaged consultancy firm IRIS Research, to undertake the 2016 Cowra Community Survey. Designed to measure levels of satisfaction with Council's services and facilities, the 2016 Community Survey will assist Council in identifying priority areas and needs for the future of the Cowra Shire.
The survey is also available to complete online. Please click here should you wish to participate.
For more information contact Public Relations on (02) 6340 2087.
Live in or near one of our beautiful villages and have something to say to Cowra Council?
Now's your chance — with both councillors and senior Council staff coming to a community near you!
- Wednesday 25 May - Morongla Hall - 6pm
- Wednesday 25 May - Noonbinna Hall - 7.15pm (rescheduled to this date)
Cowra Council's "Adopt a Pound Pet" Program is back on, now's your chance to offer a loving home to dogs and cats currently placed at the Cowra Pound.
"The program aims to reduce the euthanasia of cats and dogs that are brought to the Pound with no identification; Pound animals that are adopted are micro-chipped by Council to reduce the cost of registration by the new owner," Director — Environmental Services, Kate Alberry said.
"Discovery and Rediscoveries" is the intriguing theme for Cowra's National Trust Heritage Festival which begins in April, Cowra Mayor, Bill West said.
"The festival is a multi-faceted celebration of the unique heritage of Cowra Shire and includes Walking Tours, a 'Back to Billimari' event, story-telling and chauffeured tours of the district," Cr West said.