Recent TCC news
As part of the Cleanup Australia Program the Tuggeranong Lake Carers have organised a cleanup of Lake Tuggeranong on Sunday the 3rd March from 10am to 1pm. You can register on line with Cleanup Australia or sign up at either:
- Lake Tuggeranong Sea Scout Hall – Mortimer Lewis Drive Greenway; OR
- Behind the Tuggeranong Library on Cowlishaw Street Greenway (Tuggeranong)
Please come and join us and help clean up the Lake Tuggeranong. The Tuggeranong Community Council will be putting on a free BBQ for helpers at the park near the Scouthall following the event.
The ACT government has just released its vision for an integrated Transport network called ‘Moving Canberra: Integrated Transport Strategy – 2019-2045’. It shows a range of options for moving people around the city. If you want to find out more and make comments please go to: https://yoursay.act.gov.au/moving-canberra/strategy-purpose Community consultation closes on the 8th March
The Minister for City Services, Chris Steel has just announced the Playground upgrades proposed for Tuggeranong as a result of the recent Play Spaces Forum.
Are you interested in urban microclimates? Register to participate in a two hour measurement activity for temperature, wind and humidity to help set baseline data for our town centre. Led by experts at RMIT. Saturday 9 February 2019 1pm to 3pm. To Register – click here
The 15 to 20,000 people who attended SouthFest were overwhelmingly enthusiastic about the day. Comments in an exit poll included: ‘exciting’; ‘awesome – please repeat;’ “it was great to see these parts (laneways and car parks) of Tuggeranong used; and “Tuggeranong residents had an opportunity to get together with the community, and learn more about each other and their town centre area.
Research has been undertaken to better determine how best to deal with algal issues in Lake Tuggeranong itself. The work at Isabella Pond, Isabella Lake and the rain gardens being build nearby will help filter water going into the lake, but what about what is already n the Lake. See the attached video from H2OK Read More …
The TCC’s Youth Engagement Sub Committee is launching a survey to find out what young people want for Tuggeranong. The results of this survey will be used to decide on issues to be discussed at our next Youth Forum in March next year when representatives from all of Tuggeranong High Schools and Colleges will be invited to participate.