Closed Consultations

To view consultations completed before 2017, please visit our website.

To view consultations completed before 2017, please visit our website.

  • Resident Parking Scheme Survey KF1

    about 1 year ago
    Randwick City Council is reviewing the Resident Parking Scheme around Kingsford, known as area KF1; All streets within the area bounded by Barker Street/Oval Lane to the north, Botany Street to the east, Anzac Parade to the west and Rainbow Street to the south. If you live in the area we would like to hear your views on the proposal. View the map and complete the survey online.
    Consultation period: 21 November to 30 December 2018.

    Randwick City Council is reviewing the Resident Parking Scheme around Kingsford, known as area KF1; All streets within the area bounded by Barker Street/Oval Lane to the north, Botany Street to the east, Anzac Parade to the west and Rainbow Street to the south. If you live in the area we would like to hear your views on the proposal. View the map and complete the survey online.
    Consultation period: 21 November to 30 December 2018.

  • Resident Parking Scheme Survey KN3

    about 1 year ago
    Randwick City Council is reviewing the Resident Parking Scheme around Kensington, known as area KN3; approximately bound by Todman Avenue, Samuel Terry Avenue and Lenthall Street. If you live in the area we would like to hear your views on the proposal. View the map and complete the survey online.
    Consultation period: 21 November to 30 December 2018.

    Randwick City Council is reviewing the Resident Parking Scheme around Kensington, known as area KN3; approximately bound by Todman Avenue, Samuel Terry Avenue and Lenthall Street. If you live in the area we would like to hear your views on the proposal. View the map and complete the survey online.
    Consultation period: 21 November to 30 December 2018.

  • Resident Parking Scheme Survey KN2

    about 1 year ago
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    Randwick City Council is reviewing the Resident Parking Scheme around Kensington, known as area KN2; approximately bound by Doncaster Avenue, Anzac Parade, Lorne Avenue, Grosvenor Street, Balfour Road, Duke Street, Salisbury Road and Alison Road. If you live in the area we would like to hear your views on the proposal. View the map and complete the survey online.
    Consultation period: 21 November to 28 December 2018.

    Randwick City Council is reviewing the Resident Parking Scheme around Kensington, known as area KN2; approximately bound by Doncaster Avenue, Anzac Parade, Lorne Avenue, Grosvenor Street, Balfour Road, Duke Street, Salisbury Road and Alison Road. If you live in the area we would like to hear your views on the proposal. View the map and complete the survey online.
    Consultation period: 21 November to 28 December 2018.

  • Frenchmans Bay Playground upgrade

    about 1 year ago
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    Randwick City Council is planning to upgrade the playground at Frenchmans Bay, corner of Endeavour Avenue and Anzac Parade, La Perouse. We have created a design for the upgrade that we think the little people of Randwick City and visitors will enjoy, but we would love to hear what you think!
    Consultation period: 28 November to 19 December 2018.

    Randwick City Council is planning to upgrade the playground at Frenchmans Bay, corner of Endeavour Avenue and Anzac Parade, La Perouse. We have created a design for the upgrade that we think the little people of Randwick City and visitors will enjoy, but we would love to hear what you think!
    Consultation period: 28 November to 19 December 2018.

  • Financial Statements and Auditor's Reports 2017-18

    about 1 year ago
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    We are seeking submissions on the annual Financial Statements & Auditor's Reports for the 12 month period ended 30 June 2018. Consultation period: 6 November to 4 December 2018.

    We are seeking submissions on the annual Financial Statements & Auditor's Reports for the 12 month period ended 30 June 2018. Consultation period: 6 November to 4 December 2018.

  • Resident Parking Scheme Survey - Randwick RA4

    about 1 year ago
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    Randwick City Council is reviewing the existing Resident Parking Scheme in the Randwick area (RA4) to address concerns of some residents regarding parking availability in various streets. If you live in the area we would like to hear your views on the proposal. View the map and complete the survey online.
    Consultation period: 5 November to 2 December 2018.

    Randwick City Council is reviewing the existing Resident Parking Scheme in the Randwick area (RA4) to address concerns of some residents regarding parking availability in various streets. If you live in the area we would like to hear your views on the proposal. View the map and complete the survey online.
    Consultation period: 5 November to 2 December 2018.

  • Walking and cycling improvements: South Coogee to Kingsford

    about 1 year ago
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    Randwick City Council is committed to providing safe and healthy transport options to improve our streets and make them easier to walk and cycle along. We are planning some improvement works to provide better walking and cycling connections to Centennial Park, local shops, schools, beaches and the new light rail stops along Anzac Parade.You are invited to view the detailed plans and provide feedback on this project.
    Consultation period: 30 October to 23 November 2018.

    Randwick City Council is committed to providing safe and healthy transport options to improve our streets and make them easier to walk and cycle along. We are planning some improvement works to provide better walking and cycling connections to Centennial Park, local shops, schools, beaches and the new light rail stops along Anzac Parade.You are invited to view the detailed plans and provide feedback on this project.
    Consultation period: 30 October to 23 November 2018.

  • Beach Pollution Website Testing

    about 1 year ago
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    We are seeking 10 volunteers to help test an interactive and fun new Beach Pollution website, which we will be launching soon as part of our “beach pollution ends here” campaign. One-on-one testing sessions will take place throughout the day on Wednesday 5 December 2018 at the Lionel Bowen Library.
    Registrations close: 5pm, Wednesday 21 November 2018.

    We are seeking 10 volunteers to help test an interactive and fun new Beach Pollution website, which we will be launching soon as part of our “beach pollution ends here” campaign. One-on-one testing sessions will take place throughout the day on Wednesday 5 December 2018 at the Lionel Bowen Library.
    Registrations close: 5pm, Wednesday 21 November 2018.

  • The Night Time Economy

    about 1 year ago
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    We are preparing a Night Time Economy Strategy to support a more vibrant, safe and sustainable night life economy across Randwick City. We would love to hear how you think we can create a thriving night time economy that meets the social and cultural needs of all members of our community. We invite you to share your views by completing our online perception survey.
    Consultation period: 23 October to 20 November 2018.

    We are preparing a Night Time Economy Strategy to support a more vibrant, safe and sustainable night life economy across Randwick City. We would love to hear how you think we can create a thriving night time economy that meets the social and cultural needs of all members of our community. We invite you to share your views by completing our online perception survey.
    Consultation period: 23 October to 20 November 2018.

  • Draft Smart City Strategy

    about 1 year ago
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    Randwick City Council is seeking your feedback on our Draft Smart City Strategy. The draft strategy provides Council with a road map for how we will respond to and take advantage of technological changes to address local challenges and improve service delivery.
    Consultation period: 26 September to 23 October 2018

    Randwick City Council is seeking your feedback on our Draft Smart City Strategy. The draft strategy provides Council with a road map for how we will respond to and take advantage of technological changes to address local challenges and improve service delivery.
    Consultation period: 26 September to 23 October 2018