WCCC is an incorporated, voluntary, not for profit, non-political, community-based association representing the interests of the local residents and communities in Weston Creek.

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WCCC May 22 Newsletter

Council invites the Weston Creek Community to the 26 May 2022 public meeting which will focus on updating us on the new Landcare and Parkcare groups that have been formed in the Weston Creek area recently. We know there is a lot of community interest out there in Landcaring. Our guest speaker will be Martine Franco, Executive Officer of the Continue reading

2022-23 ACT Budget Consideration

WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE INCLUDED IN THE ACT BUDGET FOR WESTON CREEK?  The Budget consultation process provides an important opportunity for the Weston Creek community to be involved in the budget priorities. By providing our community comments, we can help to ensure that resources are put to best use in Weston Creek. While developing their new Budget 2022-2023 Continue reading

AFP Site – DA Submitted

Village Building Company’s Development Application for the former AFP site is now available for public viewing and comments. It can be found by following this link Village has also organised an on-line session for this Thursday, from 6.00pm – 7.30 pm using Microsoft Teams. The invitation is copied below and will be posted on our Facebook pages. Microsoft Teams meeting Continue reading

WCCC April 22 Newsletter

Council invites the Weston Creek Community to the 27 April 2022 public meeting which will focus on the needs of local sports participants. The ACT Government will be represented by Mr David Jeffery, Senior Director, Sport and Recreation (Minister Berry was invited, but had another engagement). Mr Dave Reeson, President of Royals Volleyball Club will be discussing the Volleyball situation Continue reading

Please Note: WCCC is NOT a local government body

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