The Active Reserves Infrastructure Strategy is a 20 year future plan for sporting/active reserves in the City of Melville.
Help us develop sustainable, fit-for-purpose, multi-use, quality and inclusive community sporting reserves which balance community needs for a healthier Melville.
What do you value about our Active Reserves and what improvements would you like to see?
Find out about our Active Reserves and leave a comment below. FAQs and information about the engagement can be found by clicking the About the Consultation tab above.
Click on a green icon below to see the amenities currently available at each reserve.
Make sure to include the name of the reserve you're referring to in your comment, click on the map icons above to find out more about our active reserves and their names.
About the consultation
This consultation ensures there are opportunities for the City of Melville community to participate in the development of a new Active Reserves Infrastructure Strategy to be adopted by council in ways that are fair, transparent and can be linked to the adopted strategy and its recommendations.
The strategy will be complementary to other strategies including the Land Asset Management Strategy, Urban Forest Strategy, Public Spaces Strategy and Infrastructure Strategy. It will incorporate sustainable practices, co-location and shared use.
- Members of sporting clubs will be engaged through a survey.
- Local residents living within 400m of an Active Reserve will be randomly sampled via the ratepayer and customer services databases to complete a survey and register an expression of interest to review and comment on the draft survey.
- On Melville Talks, the community will be able to leave their comments about what they value about active reserves and what improvements they would like to see.
- The draft strategy will be posted on this Melville Talks for all members of the community to review and provide comment.
A summary/analysis of the survey feedback will be posted on this Melville Talks page in late July 2019.
The information shared will inform the draft strategy, which will then be posted to this page for comment by the community, in September 2019.
All feedback will inform the final Active Reserve Infrastructure Strategy, which we aim to return to council in November 2019 for adoption.
Any feedback provided by the community will be shared on Melville Talks.
- Why are you developing an Active Reserve Infrastructure Strategy (ARIS)?
- Why is the ARIS important?
- What is an Active Reserve?
- What is a Passive Reserve?
- Is this Strategy about all of the reserves in the City of Melville?
- Who will be involved in developing the strategy?
- How will the community be engaged?
- How does it fit in with other City of Melville plans and policies? E.g. Urban Forest Strategic Plan, People, Places, Participation: A Strategic Community Plan for the City of Melville 2016-2026.
- Who will benefit from this?
- Will the ARIS consider using other reserves for sport in the future?
- Will this strategy lead to rate increases?
- How will this affect current projects that are underway? E.g. Tompkins Park, Shirley Strickland Reserve and Bert Jeffrey Park.
- How will this affect me?
- When will we know the outcomes of this strategy?
- How many sporting clubs are there in Melville?