Alpine Shire Council has updated its plans for upgrading the Myrtleford’s Cundy Park skate park after a successful consultation process that began in March this year.
The skate park, which is now 15 years old, is in poor condition. In 2012 Council ran a process to develop a new design with the aim of seeking funding to improve the park. The funding was received but Council needed to do further design work to fit the $160,000 budget.
Council appointed Precision Skate Parks from Yackandandah and Enlocus to develop the new design. They met with a variety of stakeholders in March.
Following that initial consultation, where stakeholders outlined their expectations for the upgraded park, council then put concept designs on display in June. A User Group workshop was held on 23 June, and public submissions on the concept design closed on 30 June.