Update – WCCC 2019-20 survey Closes 25 Jan 20

Council invites you to have your say on what you value about your local area, suburb or Weston Creek and Molonglo generally, what you would like to change, or to be protected, to make it a better place to live. The survey which will be open until 25 Jan 20 (new date). We will work to report the results at our 26 February 2020 Public Meeting, and publish a summary on this website. Continue reading

Council has lodged its Budget Submission for 2020/21

Council is asking the Government to step-up and do things for our Communities instead of just promising into the future!!

Action needs to be taken for both the Weston Creek and Molonglo communities for the communities to have some faith in the Government.

Promises of action are made but very few are carried out and those are not always fulfilled the way that the community expected. Our transport system at the moment is an exception. Continue reading

Another Disappointment in Coombs

Here is yet another disappointment for those people living in Coombs.  The ACT Government made a requirement that there be space for a Community Hall in the site sold for a Child Care Centre in Coombs.  However, Council understands that no-one can use it as the area has been offerred for lease at a price which virtually puts all Community Groups out of the market. Continue reading

Spring Clean for the National Garage Sale in October

Get ready to clear out your clutter and make some money by joining Australia’s biggest weekend of garage sales. The Garage Sale Trail is happening across Canberra and the nation on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 October 2019. It’s a fun way to reuse, reduce waste, and minimise items going to landfill while getting to know your neighbours. Register early… Continue reading

Transport Canberra have Announced that An updated Weekend Bus Timetable commences Saturday 28 September 2019

An updated weekend bus timetable commences Saturday 28 September 2019. The interim weekend timetable increases reliability for customers wishing to take trips on weekends, while maintaining the most popular elements of the new public transport network. The frequent rapid services – which make up 70% of boardings remain, along with regular local services. Extended hours of coverage, including later night… Continue reading