Weston Creek Community Council has again been selected to participate in Floriade Community. We will be launching this year’s activities on Saturday, 5 June. Everyone is welcome! Continue reading
A team of researchers at The Australian National University are conducting a survey to understand the past and present impact of bushfires and smoke on health, wellbeing, and lifestyle. They need to hear from you. Continue reading
The Canberra Hospital Master Plan will guide the development of the campus over the next 20 years and provide a planning framework about how the campus can change into the future to best support our growing and changing population. Continue reading
Tom Anderson talks on to Lish Fejer on ABC Radio about the Proposed Molonglo Community Council
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Tom Anderson (Chair WCCC) speaking with Stephen Cenatiempo on 2CC
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The new suburb of Whitlam is now open for the public to explore, but what will it take to make sure the right infrastructure and facilities are in place when more than 2000 families move in? Stephen Cenatiempo of 2CC spoke to Weston Creek Community Council Chair Tom Anderson. Continue reading
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Weston Creek Citizen’s Council inc, operating as the Weston Creek Community Council, will be held on Wednesday 25 November 2020. The meeting will be held at the Weston Creek Community Centre off Parkinson Street Weston at 7.30 pm. Business to be transacted includes the presentation of the Annual Report… Continue reading
Tom Anderson talks to Lish Feyer of ABC Radio on a lack of a Police Presence in Weston Creek and Molonglo. Also read the RIOTACT article on the issue Continue reading
Thanks to the local Community and some Council members, we have our own part of Floriade in Floriade Re-Imagined at the corner of Streeton Drive and Darwinia Terrace in Chapman.
It is in flower now and has its own group of Scarecrows to keep the birds away.
Look at the video to see the work that has been done and the finished flowering gardens now Continue reading
There are a range of issues that the Council has listed for politicians and political candidates to consider for the Murrumbidgee Electorate. They are wide and varied from Community facilities, law and order, green space and Sport and recreation just to name some of them. The full list follows: Continue reading