Council places items on public exhibition so the community can provide feedback and input into different plans, projects, strategies and policies.
Copies of the items on public exhibition are available for viewing at Council's Casino and Evans Head Customer Service Centres, as well as the Casino Library, during normal business hours Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 5pm throughout the exhibition period.
If you would like to make a submission address it to the General Manager, Richmond Valley Council, Locked Bag 10, Casino NSW 2470 or email email@example.com You can also make a submission via our online form which you will find below.
To view development consents and approvals on exhibition, visit the Development Consents and Proposals page.
Currently On Exhibition
Evans Head Fit For Parks - Outdoor Gym Stations
Richmond Valley Council is interested in providing free outdoor gym stations in two locations along Evans Head Riverside to help promote health, fitness and social inclusion. ‘Fit for Parks’ will enhance the Evans Head area, an already popular family holiday destination, which has a very active community, and its riverside is the heart of the town for residents and visitors alike.
The chosen equipment design promotes interaction between users, and encourages people into outdoor activities at these open air venues. Richmond Valley Council has identified increased facilities in parks and open spaces and healthy active lifestyles as key priorities for residents through recent Community Strategic Plan community consultations over the past 18 months.
These stations will encourage exercise and healthy lifestyles as well as promote social inclusion within the community. The stations are also beneficial to seniors with both stations including elements to help increase flexibility and mobility in joints.
Click here to view a poster detailing proposed sites and concept equipment.
Comments regarding the outdoor gym stations are welcome. If you would like to make a submission, address it to the General Manager, Richmond Valley Council, Locked Bag 10, Casino NSW 2470 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also make a submission via our online form below.
Submissions close 4.30pm Friday 23 February.
Notice of amendment of the Plan of Management for the Richmond River Foreshore Reserve
Richmond Valley Council recently undertook a review of the Richmond River Foreshore Plan of Management recognising its association with the Woodburn Riverside Precinct Masterplan, adopted by Council in June 2017 following extensive community consultation.
Council is required under the Local Government Act to revise and register changes to the plan, and notify the public of the process. The draft amended Plan of Management and the adopted Riverside Precinct Masterplan will be on display for a period of 28 days, with comment received up to 42 days.
While the plans are closely associated, the Plan of Management addresses the operational and statutory aspect of the reserve, and the masterplan illustrates the landscaping and building works proposed for the strategic future of the reserve. Comments regarding the draft Plan of Management are welcome. If you would like to make a submission, address it to the General Manager, Richmond Valley Council, Locked Bag 10, Casino NSW 2470 or email email@example.com You can also make a submission via our online form below. The draft Plan of Management and the Riverside Precinct Masterplan are available at Council’s Customer Service Centres in Casino and Evans Head, or can be viewed and downloaded by clicking on these links:
Submissions close 4.30pm, Wednesday 28 February.
Making a submission
Before you make a submission, please ensure you understand your rights and responsibilities as detailed in the next section.
Your personal information
You should be aware that any written submission received by Council will be kept on the draft item file which might be inspected by third parties at any time.
Council will accept no responsibility for defamatory or other similar matter included in submissions. Any such matter is included in the submission at the risk of the person making it.
Objectors have a right to remain anonymous if they so choose. However, should an objector need to substantiate their objections, anonymous objections may be given less weight in the overall consideration of the application.
Including your postal address or email address will ensure you are advised of the outcome of your submission.
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Council will not deal with the draft item until after the exhibition period has expired. Submissions will be taken into account in finalising the draft item. All submissions will receive notification after the process is complete and will be forwarded a copy of the finalised item.