Have Your Say Willoughby

Willoughby City Council invites you to give feedback on a wide range of community issues, policies and service delivery areas.

You are invited to Have Your Say!

You can do this by registering. Its quick and easy - just sign up at the right hand corner of this page and contribute anonymously through your own username. Registration is required to participate and post your comments on the online discussion forums. Your privacy is protected and the discussion forums are moderated externally as well as by Council officers who are available to provide feedback to any questions you may have. 

Willoughby City Council invites you to give feedback on a wide range of community issues, policies and service delivery areas.

You are invited to Have Your Say!

You can do this by registering. Its quick and easy - just sign up at the right hand corner of this page and contribute anonymously through your own username. Registration is required to participate and post your comments on the online discussion forums. Your privacy is protected and the discussion forums are moderated externally as well as by Council officers who are available to provide feedback to any questions you may have. 

  • Naming of Castle Cove Park path 'James White Path'

    3 days ago
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    Consultation for the proposed path extension at Castle Cove Park recently concluded. At the end of the consultation period Council received 36 responses with 95% in favour of the proposed path extension.

    On the 28th November, Council passed a motion to name the perimeter path after the late James (Jim) White. He was a local resident and active community member of Castle Cove.

    Council are seeking local resident’s feedback regarding the proposed naming of the perimeter path to 'James White Path'

    We would like to invite you to comment on the naming of the Castle Cove... Continue reading

    Consultation for the proposed path extension at Castle Cove Park recently concluded. At the end of the consultation period Council received 36 responses with 95% in favour of the proposed path extension.

    On the 28th November, Council passed a motion to name the perimeter path after the late James (Jim) White. He was a local resident and active community member of Castle Cove.

    Council are seeking local resident’s feedback regarding the proposed naming of the perimeter path to 'James White Path'

    We would like to invite you to comment on the naming of the Castle Cove Path path after the late James White.

    The submission period will close at 9am, Monday 19th December 2016.


  • Footpath Improvements - Willoughby Road

    11 days ago

    Willoughby Council has approved funding for footpath improvements in your local precinct for the current financial year. Works include streetscape upgrades along the western side of Willoughby Road, between Chandos Street and Lawson Lane.

    Your feedback and suggestions will enable Council to determine and plan how best to proceed with the proposed improvements. We welcome and encourage your participation.


    Willoughby Council has approved funding for footpath improvements in your local precinct for the current financial year. Works include streetscape upgrades along the western side of Willoughby Road, between Chandos Street and Lawson Lane.

    Your feedback and suggestions will enable Council to determine and plan how best to proceed with the proposed improvements. We welcome and encourage your participation.


  • Footpath Improvements - Penshurst St / Oakville Rd

    11 days ago

    Willoughby Council has approved funding for footpath improvements in your local commercial precinct for the current financial year. Works include streetscape upgrades along the eastern side of Penshurst Street and the southern side of Oakville Road.

    Your feedback and suggestions will enable Council to determine and plan how best to proceed with the proposed improvements. We welcome and encourage your participation.


    Willoughby Council has approved funding for footpath improvements in your local commercial precinct for the current financial year. Works include streetscape upgrades along the eastern side of Penshurst Street and the southern side of Oakville Road.

    Your feedback and suggestions will enable Council to determine and plan how best to proceed with the proposed improvements. We welcome and encourage your participation.


  • Footpath Improvements - High Street

    11 days ago

    Willoughby Council has approved funding for footpath improvements in your local shopping precinct for the current financial year. Works include streetscape upgrades along the eastern side of High Street, between Alexander Avenue and McClelland Street.

    Your feedback and suggestions will enable Council to determine and plan how best to proceed with the proposed improvements. We welcome and encourage your participation.


    Willoughby Council has approved funding for footpath improvements in your local shopping precinct for the current financial year. Works include streetscape upgrades along the eastern side of High Street, between Alexander Avenue and McClelland Street.

    Your feedback and suggestions will enable Council to determine and plan how best to proceed with the proposed improvements. We welcome and encourage your participation.


  • View Street Park

    11 days ago
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    View Street Park, Chatswood is an important open space resource for the local community.

    Willoughby City Council would like to invite you to have your say about View Street Park, Chatswood in order to produce a Playground Improvements Plan. We would like to know what you like about the playground and what improvements you would like to see.

    For more information about View Street Park refer to the Fact Sheet in the Document Library. To see how your feedback will be used refer to the Life Cycle.

    View Street Park, Chatswood is an important open space resource for the local community.

    Willoughby City Council would like to invite you to have your say about View Street Park, Chatswood in order to produce a Playground Improvements Plan. We would like to know what you like about the playground and what improvements you would like to see.

    For more information about View Street Park refer to the Fact Sheet in the Document Library. To see how your feedback will be used refer to the Life Cycle.
  • The Bailey

    19 days ago
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    The Bailey, Castlecrag is an important open space resource for the local community.

    Willoughby City Council would like to invite you to have your say about The Bailey, Castlecrag in order to produce a Landscape Improvements Plan. We would like to know what you like about the park and what improvements you would like to see.


    The Bailey, Castlecrag is an important open space resource for the local community.

    Willoughby City Council would like to invite you to have your say about The Bailey, Castlecrag in order to produce a Landscape Improvements Plan. We would like to know what you like about the park and what improvements you would like to see.


  • Explosives Reserve & H.C. Press Park Draft Reserve Action Plan

    24 days ago
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    Willoughby City Council welcomes your feedback on this newly created Draft Reserve Action Plan.

    This bushland is home to some of Willoughby's most diverse plant species that provide food and habitat for a wide variety of wildlife.

    We would love to hear your feedback.

    Willoughby City Council welcomes your feedback on this newly created Draft Reserve Action Plan.

    This bushland is home to some of Willoughby's most diverse plant species that provide food and habitat for a wide variety of wildlife.

    We would love to hear your feedback.

  • Harold Reid Reserve Draft Reserve Action Plan

    24 days ago
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    Willoughby City Council welcomes your feedback on this newly created Draft Reserve Action Plan.

    Harold Reid Reserve consists of 42-hectares of bushland with large areas of intact remnant vegetation located on the shores of Sugarloaf Bay in Middle Cove.

    All community members who leave a comment will receive a response at the conclusion of the community consultation period.


    Willoughby City Council welcomes your feedback on this newly created Draft Reserve Action Plan.

    Harold Reid Reserve consists of 42-hectares of bushland with large areas of intact remnant vegetation located on the shores of Sugarloaf Bay in Middle Cove.

    All community members who leave a comment will receive a response at the conclusion of the community consultation period.


  • Castle Cove Park Path Extension

    about 1 month ago
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    The new connection path at Castle Cove Park between Headland Road and Holly Street has recently been completed.

    Council are seeking local resident’s feedback regarding a proposal to extend the path at the northern end which will complete the perimeter path.

    We would like to invite you to comment.


    The new connection path at Castle Cove Park between Headland Road and Holly Street has recently been completed.

    Council are seeking local resident’s feedback regarding a proposal to extend the path at the northern end which will complete the perimeter path.

    We would like to invite you to comment.


  • Planning Proposal – 28 Victor & 49-51 Albert Avenue, Chatswood (Westfield Shopping Centre)

    about 1 month ago

    Council is currently seeking submissions on Exhibition of amendments to Willoughby Local Environmental Plan 2012.

    Library and a summary is available by viewing the Exhibition Fact Sheet
    Detailed information can be found in the Document



    Council is currently seeking submissions on Exhibition of amendments to Willoughby Local Environmental Plan 2012.

    Library and a summary is available by viewing the Exhibition Fact Sheet
    Detailed information can be found in the Document