Northern Grampians Shire Council are requesting feedback from residents on the Stawell Sports and Aquatic Centre.
Results from the feedback will shape a new Stawell Sports and Aquatic Centre feasibility and master plan for a five-year facility redevelopment project.
Residents are invited to give their feedback on the centre's programs, services, and facilities which will help council to determine the areas of high priority as the centre is refreshed and revitalised in the future.
Stawell Ward Councillor Karen Hyslop said the centre had more than 50,000 visits per year.
"We are sure to get some really valuable feedback from just a small per cent of the centre's users," she said.
"The much-loved centre was opened in 1986 and we want to make sure it continues to serve the community well into the future but to do that, we need to know what you want.
"It's a wonderful facility to have in our shire and has served the community well but it's time to find out how we can take SSAC to the next level.
"It's incredibly important for the community to let us know how we can get this done right so we can correctly identify community needs, participation projections, program and service opportunities, and infrastructure improvements.
"With valuable community feedback, we can identify and prioritise the areas of greatest need to ensure the project delivers what people want in a manageable and affordable way."
The SSAC feasibility and master plan project is supported with funding from the Victorian Government's Community Sports Infrastructure Planning fund and council with a total cost of $45,000.
Through the survey, on-site consultation sessions, and other community engagement initiatives; it is expected a draft master plan will be presented to council and provided to the community for feedback between April and May 2020.
Residents can have their say by filling out the survey on the council's website.
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