Redbank Street Improvement Program

Project Overview

Our community have continued to advocate for works to improve the use and appearance of Navarre Street, Redbank.

This project will review options to upgrade the street, which will deliver a series of projects that may include road works and landscaping. These works aim to improve community safety and grow local pride in Redbank.

The project is funded via the Federal Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program to the value of $250,000.

The project design and works are being directly influenced by feedback from residents through a Community Engagement Program.

An Engagement Day was conducted from the Redbank Hall on Tuesday, 26 March 2024, which provided initial guidance to Council on project elements including road drainage, opportunities to formalise parking, tree planting and landscaping. This online engagement process is our next phase of the engagement program.

Your opinion matters – this is an opportunity for Redbank residents to influence the direction of works and design of this project. By simply completing the below questions, you can guide project outcomes.

You can download a copy of a Project Site Plan from the Document Library located on this webpage or request a copy from Council’s Community Development team. Similarly, the Document Library also contains a Reference Guide to Street Trees, which can be used as a referral point when answering questions on tree planting in the survey.

The subject area has been identified on Navarre Street between High Street and Perry Road (as identified in Area A on the Project Site Plan). However, Council seeks views on additional areas as identified at B and C on the Plan.

Submissions close at 10am on 15 MAY 2024.

If you would like to discuss the project further, please contact Council on 1300 797 363.

The survey is now closed. Thanks for participating.