Here you can find information on major capital works projects and strategies currently being undertaken by Council.
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An organic processing plant being constructed in Bowser East will soon turn Wangaratta's food and garden waste into compost
A project aimed at bringing new life to Wangaratta’s Railway Precinct is gaining momentum.
A new 50m outdoor pool and indoor hydrotherapy pool will be constructed at the Wangaratta Indoor Sports and Aquatic Centre.
A road connecting Cruse Street with Worland Road will be built in Wangaratta's North West
The Rural City of Wangaratta is upgrading the existing kerb and channel and drainage along Cusack and Spearing streets, Wangaratta.
Proposed improvements to the Reserve identified in the Masterplan include an off leash dog park, an exercise station with several fitness machines, a sensory Children’s Garden, parkour equipment and a BMX pump track.
The Rural City of Wangaratta is enhancing the Central Business District (CBD) through the installation of fairy lights in Reid Street, Wangaratta.
Council has successfully obtained grant funding from the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) to improve pedestrian crossings within Wangaratta’s Central Business District (CBD).
Council will undertake enhancements to the Mason Street and Greta Road intersection aimed at improving safety for all users.
This involves two pedestrian crossings running between the Co-Store and King George Gardens, street lighting, and the replacement of angle parking with parallel parking on Ovens Street. King George Gardens will receive stage, seating and shelter improvements.
The Rural City of Wangaratta are preparing a Walking and Cycling Strategy with the aim to increase the number of people walking and cycling in the Rural City of Wangaratta.