Help Design Water Play Space: Parkes Shire Council has received feedback from the community about building a water play space in Parkes. Kelly Reserve has been identified as the most suitable location. Council is seeking feedback from the community on your preferred style of the water play space to help create a detailed design. There are two options to choose from and you can say why it is your preferred style. Voting close on Friday, 8th April. For more information and to vote, visit: https://yoursay.parkes.nsw.gov.au/help-design-the-kelly-reserve-water-park.
Middleton Master Plan: Parkes Shire Council is inviting members of the Parkes community to share their ideas to assist with the development of a master plan for the Middleton area in Parkes. The master plan will focus on many areas of development, including recreational and open spaces, sewage and water infrastructure, roads and walkways, vegetation, hazards, access to public facilities and commercial usage. You can share what you love about Middleton, what you don’t like and any ideas for improving the area. To have your say, visit www.yoursay.parkes.nsw.gov.au to submit your comments and ideas via the mapping tool. Feedback closes Sunday, 24th April. Alternatively, you can submit your comments in writing via email to email@example.com or by mail to: The General Manager, Parkes Shire Council, PO Box 337, Parkes NSW 2870.
Calling Artists: Creatives from across regional NSW have the opportunity to develop artwork that shares their perspective on the future for the regions. Regional Futures is a two-year statewide creative project. An Expression of Interest process is currently open and applications close 28th March. For more information go to www.regionalfutures.net.au
Checking Fuelcheck: The NSW government is encouraging customers to check the NSW FuelCheck app to help find the state’s best value fuel before filling up at the bowser. The app is easy to use and allows you to compare prices at local petrol stations to find the best deal by location, price or fuel type. The app displays the price for more than 2,400 petrol stations across NSW with users also able to set up alerts for when the price drops under a certain threshold. For more information on FuelCheck and to download the app visit: www.fuelcheck.nsw.gov.au/app