Omakau Community Plan

This Community Plan covers the Omakau township and surrounding area.

The Omakau community's vision is to have a thriving (and welcoming) community, with a peaceful rural character and excellent amenitites, that provides a safe, sustainable and exciting destination for visitors and residents alike.

Some of the key points that came out of the plan include:

  • Determine ongoing maintenance and development of the Omakau Hall
  • Develop a map of the town that displays interesting places to visit, activities and services
  • Install signage, from the rail trail and town centre, directing people to the public toilets at the Domain
  • Create low maintenance beautification plans for Omakau's public spaces, in consultation with the landowner, and implement community working bees to achieve these plans
  • Develop better communication links with Council.

To view the Omakau Community Plan 2014 click here.

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