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The Shire of Coorow and RAC are partnering to deliver a Leeman Community Fresco as part of RAC's Reconnect WA initiative.
The project will see a 12-month pilot project run along Rudduck Street from the corner of Nairn Street heading west towards the foreshore where the community can meet, socialise, and relax in Leeman.
The project will include:.

Please take a few minutes to tell us your thoughts on the Leeman Community Fresco Project. You
can access the online survey through this link:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GFCKTN


PARK LOT 601 GREEN HEAD UPGRADE - CALLING FOR COMMUNITY FEEDBACK


Exciting things will be happening at the Park Lot 601, Green Head

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Council are now inviting members of the community to provide feedback with what you love about Lot 601 Park, what you don't like and any ideas you have to give, so we can get a better understanding of your preference for the park.


Submit your feedback by completing the form from the following link https://tinyurl.com/47ttf6k5, or collect from the Shire offices in Coorow and Leeman or email Ayu Orma at cdo@coorow.wa.gov.au. Community Engagement will be open from 27th April until 18th May 2022.
For more information contact the Shire CDO, Ayu Orma on 995 0100 or at cdo@coorow.wa.gov.au.

The Shire of Coorow is proud to announce it has been awarded a Foundation for Rural Regional Renewal grant for the installation of a Beach Shelter Project at Back Beach in Leeman. This project is a collaborative initiative between the Shire of Coorow and Leeman Townscape and Tourism Advisory Group.


The Shire of Coorow is proud to announce it has been awarded a Foundation for Rural Regional Renewal grant for the installation of a Beach Shelter                                      Project at Back Beach in Leeman. This project is a collaborative initiative between the Shire of Coorow and Leeman Townscape and Tourism Advisory Group

This new meeting place will allow for formal and informal community discussion to take place across the community. We look forward to all conversations and gatherings in this place to provide amongst the many other benefits. We know climate challenges and we need to actively build drought resilience; and drought preparation. This project allows us to come together, work and meet as a community, stay and invite others to our community,  and harness connection and collaboration, and remain connected as a community. 

This project is anticipated to be completed by late July 2022. When its up and in position, pack your picnic bag and check out the new meet up point at the Back Beach in Leeman.


MALEY PARK RECREATION CENTRE UPGRADE

Works are progressing well at making the facility safer for the community. Some of the projects have been completed including the underpinning of the south west corner of the change rooms and corner of the main building, new secure glass windows and frames have been installed. The old uneven brick paving has been lifted and been nicely replaced by local contractor, Maximum Impact Handyman & Building Maintenance and is expected to be ready to welcome the sporting groups for the first home game at the end of this month

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