Your creative ideas for Settlers Park
What if you had the opportunity to help create a piece of art that will stand for a hundred years? Well Pacific Paradise locals now have their chance!
Residents are invited to get involved by joining in a creative community morning at the North Shore Central, 652 David Low Way (between Boomba Street and Bando Street), at Pacific Paradise on Saturday 20 November from 9.30 to 12noon.
Sunshine Coast Division 8 Councillor Debbie Blumel invites all local residents to get creative and help to put their mark on the local park.
"The creative community morning will enable to residents to work with the artist and explore any ideas and concepts for an interpretive sign that will illustrate the meaning, character and historic value of the park," Cr Blumel said.
"We'll also be seeking feedback on the draft Settlers Park Master Plan, which proposes new parking areas, safety barriers, a cycle path, a shelter with tables, seating and other amenities and a fruit tree orchard including the park's heritage listed mango trees.
"This is a fantastic opportunity to create a piece of history and I invite everyone to get involved."
Or if you are unable to make it on the day, you can complete a feedback form on council's website www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au in the Have Your Say section, email ISPMB@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au or call Customer Service on 5475 7272.
The submission deadline is 29 November 2010.
Settlers Park is located on the corner of Ocean Drive and David Low Way, Pacific Paradise.
Cr Debbie Blumel
Major Projects Portfolio
Sunshine Coast Council
Qld representative on the National Sea Change Taskforce Executive Committee
North Shore Central, Pacific Paradise
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