We’ve been busy at Wyndham City, working hard to deliver the services and infrastructure that our community needs.
It’s no secret that our population is growing at a rapid rate. The total number of people choosing to call Wyndham home is now higher than that of Greater Geelong.
We’re planning for and building the types of infrastructure needed by our community. In this year’s 2018/19 Budget, we’ve allocated up to $146 million to fund the upgrade of existing or construction of new:
- Community Centres
- Sporting reserves and facilities
If you’re after more information on capital works projects in Wyndham, search the Featured Projects section below.
Or if you’d prefer to find out about projects close to where you live, or anywhere else across Wyndham, use the Capital Works Dashboard – our new interactive online map.
We’re upgrading the Chirnside Park & Galvin Park ovals with an environmentally friendly playing surface that requires less water to stay green. This will help us save water during Melbourne’s scorching summer heat.
Construction for both projects is starting today and is expected to be completed by December 2019 (Chirnside Park) and March 2020 (Galvin Park).
The reserves will remain open throughout construction – including three ovals at Galvin Park – as well as all roads and access points. Both ovals being upgraded will be closed during construction.
Source: Major Projects
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