Cowra Council is developing a 10-year strategic vision for sport and recreation in the Cowra Shire. This will build on previous plans and recognises the achievements of the last 20 years.
The plan will guide sustainable investment in facilities, identify priorities and provide a strategic framework for the planning and management of sport and recreation.
It is important to Council that the new plan is based on a strong understanding of community needs and priorities for the future provision of sport and recreation in Cowra.
Otium Planning Group is working with council to ensure that community and stakeholder groups get involved and help define the vision for the next 10 years.
Residents are invited to take part in the survey which takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. The survey will close Friday 4 December 2020. To complete the survey click here.
Cowra: Into the 21st Century retails for $49.95 and will be available to purchase from Friday 6 November 2020, making it the perfect present for this Christmas!
Exploring 30 years of life in the Cowra Shire, Cowra: Into the 21st Century includes contributions from over 150 local authors and photographers. This beautifully illustrated 400 page hard cover book, provides an overview of the progress and development of the Shire from the years 1988 to 2018, shining a light on its residents and their achievements. Read more.
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.
As work progresses towards the final stage, from Tuesday 24 November to Friday 27 November, there will be no access to the carpark from Brisbane Street and the top section of the Target carpark will be off limits (see red shaded area).
From Thursday 3 December to Tuesday 8 December, a hotmix contractor is scheduled to commence paving works during which time the entire car park will be off limits with sections of the carpark slowly re-opening again as sections of the paving are completed.
Following the paving, there will be minor works relating to lighting and landscaping that will have minimal effect to the parking. Council hope to have this project completed before Christmas (weather permitting).
Council thank you for your patience during this time and apologise for the inconvenience. For more information, please contact Infrastructure and Operations on 6340 2070.