- Thursday 02 June 2016
The beloved playground at Moffat Beach will be renewed later this year to ensure it remains safe for kids to play on. The old playground needs to be replaced for safety reasons as the footings have deteriorated and parts of the timber continually need to be replaced.
The timber play elements will be replaced with very similar timber elements, to keep that great character the timber provides.
Be sure to have your say on two concept plans on our website or at Caloundra Library from 13 June, or come to the park on 18 June from 10am when council staff will be available to speak with residents about the concepts and gain input on the plans.
Road safety at West Terrace
Motorists are reminded that right turn movements from West Terrace into Mayes Avenue are now restricted during daily peak traffic times. Enforceable signage advising of the restrictions between 7.30am to 9.30am and 2pm to 4pm has been in place since the beginning of the year.
Council appreciates that these changes may inconvenience some businesses, residents and road users; however the improvements to traffic congestion, motorist safety and ongoing maintenance costs will benefit the wider community.
Win for Caloundra Woodworking Club
Congratulations to the Caloundra Woodworking Club, recipients of a $10,000 community grant for an extension to the woodworking club premises. Applications for the next round of major grants opens on July 1, 2016 and two grants information sessions will be held in July. Visit www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/grants for eligibility criteria and application forms. For further information or to discuss your project, contact a grants officer on 5420 8616.
Please call Customer Service on 5475 7272 if you see anything requiring the attention of council.
First appeared in Caloundra Weekly 2 June 2016.