Chittick Park Inclusive Playspace Upgrade

**Please note: the afternoon drop in sessions on Wednesday 26th have been cancelled due to weather. We apologize for any inconvenience and encourage you to complete the survey below or contact Council directly if you had planned to attend either of these sessions.**

WHAT'S PLANNED

We’ve prepared some draft plans to upgrade the playspace at Chittick Park in Seymour, and we want to hear your thoughts on the design.

This playspace is intended to provide accessible and inclusive play opportunities for Seymour residents and visitors, including children, adults and carers with special needs.

The draft design includes:

  • an enlarged fenced play area
  • a new multiuse play structure
  • four new swings including a nest swing and large multi-directional swing
  • a spinner
  • sand, water and nature play
  • sensory and imaginative play
  • a paved ball play area
  • improvements to the existing shelter to improve safety and surveillance
  • additional paths to improve access
  • more planting and shade

PROJECT STATUS

A draft concept plan for the project has been prepared and is ready for community input to finalise the design.

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

Have a look at the draft design in the 'view the plan' tab on the right side of this page. You can then take our online survey, pick up a hard copy survey at the Seymour Customer and Library Service Centre or take part in one of our drop in sessions:

Drop in sessions

**NOTE THESE SESSIONS WILL BE REVIEWED DUE TO FLOODING IN SEYMOUR. **

  • Monday 17 October:
    • 9am to 11.30am at Seymour Customer and Library Centre
  • Monday 24 October:
    • 9am to 11.30am at Seymour Customer and Library Centre
    • 3.30pm to 4.30pm at Seymour Skate Park
    • 4.30pm to 6pm at Chittick Park
  • Wednesday 26 October:
    • 9.30am to 11am and 4.30pm to 6pm at Chittick Park
    • 3.30pm to 4.30pm at Seymour Skate Park
  • **The last two sessions have been cancelled due to weather**

Survey closes 9am, Tuesday 8 November

FUNDING PARTNERS

The $900,000 project received $750,000 from the Victorian Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund and $150,000 from Mitchell Shire Council.

**Please note: the afternoon drop in sessions on Wednesday 26th have been cancelled due to weather. We apologize for any inconvenience and encourage you to complete the survey below or contact Council directly if you had planned to attend either of these sessions.**

WHAT'S PLANNED

We’ve prepared some draft plans to upgrade the playspace at Chittick Park in Seymour, and we want to hear your thoughts on the design.

This playspace is intended to provide accessible and inclusive play opportunities for Seymour residents and visitors, including children, adults and carers with special needs.

The draft design includes:

  • an enlarged fenced play area
  • a new multiuse play structure
  • four new swings including a nest swing and large multi-directional swing
  • a spinner
  • sand, water and nature play
  • sensory and imaginative play
  • a paved ball play area
  • improvements to the existing shelter to improve safety and surveillance
  • additional paths to improve access
  • more planting and shade

PROJECT STATUS

A draft concept plan for the project has been prepared and is ready for community input to finalise the design.

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

Have a look at the draft design in the 'view the plan' tab on the right side of this page. You can then take our online survey, pick up a hard copy survey at the Seymour Customer and Library Service Centre or take part in one of our drop in sessions:

Drop in sessions

**NOTE THESE SESSIONS WILL BE REVIEWED DUE TO FLOODING IN SEYMOUR. **

  • Monday 17 October:
    • 9am to 11.30am at Seymour Customer and Library Centre
  • Monday 24 October:
    • 9am to 11.30am at Seymour Customer and Library Centre
    • 3.30pm to 4.30pm at Seymour Skate Park
    • 4.30pm to 6pm at Chittick Park
  • Wednesday 26 October:
    • 9.30am to 11am and 4.30pm to 6pm at Chittick Park
    • 3.30pm to 4.30pm at Seymour Skate Park
  • **The last two sessions have been cancelled due to weather**

Survey closes 9am, Tuesday 8 November

FUNDING PARTNERS

The $900,000 project received $750,000 from the Victorian Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund and $150,000 from Mitchell Shire Council.

Page last updated: 26 Oct 2022, 01:56 PM