Old Gulgong Fire Station

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The Old Gulgong Fire Station, located at 104 Herbert Street, is situated on Crown Land and managed by Mid-Western Regional Council. Council is currently seeking input from the community as to what purpose the community would like the Old Fire Station to be utilised for.

The Old Gulgong Fire Station, located at 104 Herbert Street, is situated on Crown Land and managed by Mid-Western Regional Council. Council is currently seeking input from the community as to what purpose the community would like the Old Fire Station to be utilised for.

  • Consultation Workshop for Gulgong Facilities

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    Current and future user groups of Gulgong’s Red Hill and Old Gulgong Fire Station are invited to register their interest in attending a combined consultation workshop on the Plan of Management for these facilities.

    As part of the workshop, user groups will provide insight that will contribute to the Plan of Management for each site.

    The plans will describe which activities can be undertaken on both sites and give Council frameworks that guide decisions in relation to each facility.

    General Manager Brad Cam said Council commenced community engagement in relation to the Old Gulgong Fire Station in July, with more than 200 people providing their feedback on the future use of the site.

    “We were very happy with the strong community response,” Mr Cam said.

    “These workshops will drill down further into survey responses with community groups that are interested in using these sites.”

    Due to COVID-19 physical distancing requirements only two representatives per group or organisation can attend to ensure the workshop complies with health orders.

    Registrations are essential. If you wish to attend please email your name and organisation details to council@midwestern.nsw.gov.au

    The workshop will be held at Gulgong RSL, 64 Herbert Street, on Monday, 28 September from 5pm to 7pm.