Seymour Public Safety initiative

Consultation has concluded

An opportunity to apply for a community grant to potentially improve the amenity of the McIntryre Street pedestrian underpass under the Seymour railway line has just arisen and we need your input.

As a result of tight timelines to apply for funding, we are hoping to collect important information from our community around the walkway in the next two weeks.

Please share your responses so we can work together to understand community use and needs around this underpass. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete.

Survey closes Monday 29th July 2019.

Want to know more?

Please contact Amy Reynolds on (03) 5734 6200 or email ecodev@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

An opportunity to apply for a community grant to potentially improve the amenity of the McIntryre Street pedestrian underpass under the Seymour railway line has just arisen and we need your input.

As a result of tight timelines to apply for funding, we are hoping to collect important information from our community around the walkway in the next two weeks.

Please share your responses so we can work together to understand community use and needs around this underpass. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete.

Survey closes Monday 29th July 2019.

Want to know more?

Please contact Amy Reynolds on (03) 5734 6200 or email ecodev@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

Consultation has concluded
  • About the project

    2 months ago

    The Department of Justice is calling for funding applications for projects that meet the following criteria:

    • streetscape and amenity improvements in public areas designed to minimise the risk of crime and support safe behaviour
    • vandal-resistant lighting systems and other physical security or safety measures
    • physical elements of public place Closed Circuit Television systems (CCTV).

    Grants between $20,000 and $250,000 (GST excl) are available.

    Community input will be used to help prepare an application for these grants.

    The Department of Justice is calling for funding applications for projects that meet the following criteria:

    • streetscape and amenity improvements in public areas designed to minimise the risk of crime and support safe behaviour
    • vandal-resistant lighting systems and other physical security or safety measures
    • physical elements of public place Closed Circuit Television systems (CCTV).

    Grants between $20,000 and $250,000 (GST excl) are available.

    Community input will be used to help prepare an application for these grants.