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- Work commences on upgrade to Wagga Cricket Ground lighting
- Council to extend Regulatory Services to Saturdays
- Outdoor Reading Room coming to Wagga Wagga
- Director Infrastructure Services resigns
- Council to renew Wagga Workout licence
- Whats the essence of Wagga Wagga?
- Mayor puts his views forward on Federal Health reform
- Seniors Week 2011
- Director resignation
- Annual Grants Program successful applications
- Free Tip Day- Sunday 15th August
- Australia Day Awards Nominations Launch
- A new Wagga Wagga Base Hospital must be a priority
- Mayor calls rally for new hospital
- Local Government Week, 2nd-8th August
- Local Environment Plan approved by Minister
- Sports ground closures
- Building a Brighter Future competition- Win $300
- Lisa Anderson - Exhibition Opening
- Green Power for Civc Centre
- Motion to Rescind Received
- Local Government Cultural Awards for Aboriginal Cultural Development
- Air Pollution reduction
- Council encourages direct contact
- Committee seeks community members with foreign language skills
- Town and Country Asphalting hysteria V facts
- Pomingalarna Park to close to vehicles for regeneration
- Retail Therapy- Forum a Great Success!
- WhichWayWagga-Vision 2030 on public exhibition
- Wagga Wagga is a good place to do business
- What is Wagga Wagga's retail experience?
- Street and Garden of the Season presentation
- Information night for flood affected
- Annual Grants Program applications open Monday 15 March
- Rail crossing upgrade to provide smoother drive
- Sporting fields remain closed
- Sporting Fields closed due to recent rain
- Ministers Award for Wagga Wagga City Council Director
- Victory Memorial Gardens Stage makeover nearly complete
- Free Tip Day- Sunday 7th March
- Two weeks left to make a submission on draft Riverside Masterplan
- Do you have concerns about alcohol related issues in Wagga Wagga?
- Council goes green with new Camry Hybrid vehicle
- Free Tickets for the 2010 Senior Week Gala Concert
- Defence Force Families welcome to the City
- Pool owners reminded of fencing requirements
- Riverside Wagga Wagga on exhibition
- Committee puts final touches on Seniors Week program
- Wagga's potential demonstrated to the State
- Council completes positive meeting with Planning Minister
- Wagga Regional Schoolgirls' Breakfast with the Stars
- In Memoriam, Heidi Clarke-Lewis
- Riverside Wagga Wagga Update
- Sewer 2010 Project on track
- Hampden Bridge safe and secure
- Wagga Wagga's main street garden beds get a golden makeover
- Riverside Consultation comments
- WWCC team takes out second place in state-wide LGMA Challenge
- Unveiling of 2009 Walk of Honour plaque
- WWCC implements smoke-free outdoor areas
- WWCC aiming to enhance reputation as City of Good Sports
- WWCC is committed to reducing alcohol related crime
- Thank you to Emergency Services
- Upgrades to village playgrounds
- Upgrade at Jubilee Hockey Complex is complete
- Earth Hour, Saturday 28th March
- WWCC's Annual Grants Program
- A chance to have your say on Riverside Wagga Wagga
- Still time to complete WWCC's community survey
- WWCC persists for slice of Federal funding pie
- City Partnership Program
- WWCC developing an Environmental Sustainability Strategy
- Launch of City Partnership Program Thurs 19 Feb 9am
- Update on progress of Riverside Precinct Project
- Time's running out to nominate for WWCC's Advisory Committees
- Free Tip Day
- WWCC looking at recycled water for Duke of Kent Oval
- WWCC asks for residents feedback through Community Survey
- WWCC seeking community members for Advisory Committees
- Resurfacing of Dobney Avenue/Pearson Street roads near roundabouts
- WWCC seeking solutions to fill Lake Albert
- Lake Albert to benefit from foreshore park improvements
- WWCC to officially welcome Defence Force families
- Proposal to relocate Koala Pre-School to make way for ten pin bowling complex
- Future planning for the Cities main sporting facilities
- Wagga LEP to be 'bio-certified'
- Green light for draft LEP
- Planning Panel part of LEP process
- Draft LEP FAQ
- FREE after retrenchment or financial loss booklet available
- Leading developers speak on the LEP
- Draft LEP to be launched
- WWCC recognised by Federal Government for action in health and safety.
- Council Movember Shave-off
- WWCC and Australian Drug Foundation team up to develop Wagga Alcohol Management Strategy
- Official opening of bigger, better and safer Wagga Wagga Airport
- Upgrade at Jubilee Park
- Council elects new Mayor and Deputy Mayor
- New Mayor and Deputy Mayor to be elected
- Wagga Airport Upgrades
- Wagga Wagga Airport historical notes
- Have your say on Baylis Street lighting
- Wagga Safe Taskforce making progress
- Lake Albert Soil Testing Update
- Analysis of Lake Albert soil continues
- Announcement of new Director, Corporate Services
- Trial of improved street lighting in Baylis Street
- Council moves to strengthen Senior Executive Team
- 2008-12 Draft Management Plan
- Wagga New Economic Development Strategy called Grow_Wagga Wagga
- Council takes steps to expand Alcohol Free Zone
- Design changed for Wagga Beach Boat Ramp
- Plastic Bag Exchange Program
- Riverina Regional Library
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City Partnership Program
City Partnership Program
What is a City Partnership?
The City Partnership Program provides an exciting opportunity for community-minded businesses to partner with Wagga Wagga City Council to provide additional resources and infrastructure to residents and visitors of the City.
The program aims to encourage a collaborative approach to shaping the future of the City. Working for Wagga - together.
To take advantage of the increasing desire of organisations to contribute to their community and provide an efficient, mutually beneficial program with long-term solutions for community requirements, Council offers the City Partnership Program (CPP).
The objectives of City Partnerships are:
• To enter into partnerships with organisations that support Wagga Wagga City Council’s values, objectives, and vision for the City of Wagga Wagga
• To have a transparent and coordinated approach in the management of sponsorships
• To ensure the successful delivery and management of the initiatives through active engagement from all key stakeholders
• To better manage resources in the delivery of community initiatives
• To lessen the financial burden on ratepayers in achieving community initiatives
• To improve relationships with all tiers of the community
• To improve networks
• To ensure that the initiatives are relevant and meet community needs
• To engage the wider community in planning and project implementation.
Why get involved?
Wagga Wagga City Council is seeking organisations from all areas of the community to join us in this exciting initiative to make Wagga Wagga a better place to live, work and play.
Becoming a City Partner can offer many benefits, including:
• Strengthened ties with the community
• Chance to share knowledge, skills, and resources
• Opportunity to give back to the community
• A visible demonstration of your commitment to sustainability values and quadruple bottom line ethics
• Enhanced reputation for being a leading corporate organisation and citizen
• Employer of choice - socially responsible organisation and thus more attractive to prospective employees
• Ability to combine funds and be part of significant projects
• Deliver good community initiatives, helping to sustain our city’s lifestyle.
How can you get involved?
The City Partnerships Program is divided into categories. The purpose of identifying different partnership categories is to ensure appropriate management and recognition of City Partners.
There are three main partnership categories:
• City Partner
• Goodwill Partner
• Project Partner
All partnership agreements will be individually tailored to meet each partner’s needs, objectives and requirements.
Partners will be recognised in accordance with their commitment through a range of mediums
Project Par tnership Bank
The City Partnership Program offers businesses a Project Partnership Bank. The Bank will contain projects or initiatives that require
external or joint funding to become a reality. Inclusion in the Project Partnership Bank takes account of the projects ability to contribute to
meeting community needs as well as improving the vibrancy and diversity of the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area. Potential City Partners will be encouraged to review the Project Bank and work with Council to select projects that complement their own goals and target audience. In doing so, the aim will be to create long lasting and sustainable partnerships with mutual benefits.
Projects will be assessed according to Council’s quadruple bottom line framework of:
It is intended that projects will range in scale from contributing park benches to sponsors being involved in major masterplanning exercises for large-scale community infrastructure; or even naming rights for major City infrastructure.
Wagga Wagga City Council welcomes your feedback and encourages your participation.
To arange a personal presentation and to find out how you can become a part of the City Partnership Program:
Please contact Andrew Crakanthorp, Director Corporate Services on 1300 292 442 or email email@example.com
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