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Wodonga 2033: Revisited

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Wodonga 2033: Revisited

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Wodonga 2033: Revisited


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Consultation closed on Monday, September 21, 2015.

Wodonga Council is inviting residents to be part of the process of shaping their city's future.

In July, more than 140 community leaders gathered at The Cube Wodonga to talk to the council about the Wodonga: 2033 Vision, which was first created in 2008.

As a result of the Wodonga 2033: Revisited forum, some graphic illustrations of Wodonga's main opportunities, challenges, priorities and game-changers were created and are now being taken out to the community to get feedback on anything else which needs to be included.

Copies of the illustrations are here and we are asking you to comment on whether there is something that has been overlooked.

Main themes from the forum included:

  • Improving Wodonga's connectivity to other cities;
  • Working with AlburyCity to avoid duplication of services;
  • Continue to lobby for small businesses; and,
  • Make Wodonga a city where no one is left behind as we continue to grow.

The forum also included two guest speakers, Asher Judah and Geoff Frost, who spoke about Wodonga's role as a leading regional city. Their presentations are available for viewing on this site and their main points included in the illustrations.

September 21, 2015

The Wodonga 2033: Revisted Engagement Report was adopted at the January, 2016 council meeting.

Submissions can be made online (using the online form below), by e-mail or phone.

Written submissions must be clearly marked as '' and will be received up until . They can also be sent by:

View more information on Wodonga 2033: Revisited on the Wodonga Council's website.

Click here to view.

November 20, 2019

We are encouraging community members to jump online and have their say on the 2019 proposed park names.

Consultation closes on Friday, December 20, 2019.

Submissions can be made online (using the online form below), by e-mail or phone.

Written submissions must be clearly marked as '' and will be received up until . They can also be sent by: