Empowering Communities - Brown Hill

 

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Making Brown Hill
is on Face Book

The Making Brown Hill Facebook page enables information to be shared and viewed by  followers of the page. The page is regularly updated on the status of local projects, news, events and information that is relevant to the community.


What’s happening in Brown Hill?

When it comes to prioritising projects, no one knows better what is needed at the local level than the locals. That’s the philosophy behind the City of Ballarat’s Engaging Communities Program.

In 2015/2016, the City of Ballarat has extended the Program to Brown Hill, Sebastopol and Cardigan Village, with $300,000 allocated in the City’s Budget to works in these communities.

The City of Ballarat Engaging Communities Program has been launched in Brown Hill. 

The City of Ballarat Engaging Communities Program

In the past two years, Ballarat Council has invested significantly in community-led projects in Miners Rest, Learmonth and Buninyong through the Engaging Communities Program, designed to strengthen neighborhood links and build community confidence. Last year, the Program was expanded to include Warrenheip, Lake Esmond and Cardigan Village, completing important projects in these neighbourhoods. In 2015/2016, the Program has been launched in Sebastopol, Brown Hill and once again Cardigan Village, with $300,000 allocated in the City’s Budget to works in these communities.