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The City of Whittlesea is planning for a dirt jump facility in the Doreen area. Council along with the Doreen Dirt Jump Advocacy Group are currently investigating locations for a permanent dirt jump facility and we want to hear from you. Let us know what locations you think would be best for a future dirt jump facility and any other ideas and feedback about this plan.
We have undertaken preliminary investigations and have assessed the following reserves as viable locations:
These reserves have been assessed as feasible for a number of reasons including land availability, access and proximity to other infrastructure, and access and safety. Within these reserves we have made suggestions for potential sites as shown on the main map here. Photos of these sites are also included in the left side panel.
What you need to do:
We want to hear what you think about our suggested sites, and also if you have suggestions of other sites in Doreen:
Where to next:
Council will review the ideas and suggestions from the community and combined with our own assessment, will develop a final preferred site option over the coming months. Council will then work with the community to create a concept design for the dirt jumps on this site.
We do not support jumps being built without the consent of Council. If you are passionate about dirt jumps, we encourage you to get involved and provide your ideas and feedback.
Any further questions:
Phone the Parks Department on 9217 2006 or email email@example.com