Council's commitment to community consultation
Council is committed to the development of a respectful relationship with the community that embraces public input into Council decision making.
Council engages with the community in order to:
- Better meet the needs of the community
- Utilise local knowledge and expertise
- Effectively inform the community
- Encourage and enable community participation in the decision making process.
Shaping Greater Shepp
We encourage individuals and organisations to become actively involved in the development of our region, and the activities of Council, by contributing during regular community consultation processes.
You can find out what projects are open for public comment by visiting our community consultation portal, Shaping Greater Shepp, or by clicking on the links below.
Our Council PlanTHINK BIG. THINK GREAT! This is a final opportunity to review and provide feedback on the Council Plan, following extensive community input from the past nine months.
Creative City StrategyGreater Shepparton City Council has developed a draft strategy to nurture a community that encourages and celebrates creativity. We want you to have your say on the plan.
Local Area Traffic Management Plan – GSSCGreater Shepparton City Council is working on changes to the Greater Shepparton Secondary College/Hawdon St road network including a Local Area Traffic Management Plan.
Reconciliation Action PlanHave your say and help us shape the Greater Shepparton City Council Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) - Innovate 2022 - 2024.
Aquamoves Master PlanResidents and visitors are invited to provide feedback on the draft Aquamoves Master Plan outlining key priorities for the centre over the next 10 to 20 years.
Public NoticesPublic Notices include notifications about development consents and certificates, proposed developments, changes to Council meetings, release and/or sale of abandoned vehicles, intention to grant licence, and public exhibitions and consultations.
Join the Tatura Park Advisory CommitteeGreater Shepparton City Council is calling for nominations from local residents for the Tatura Park Advisory Committee.