Streets Alive - Shaping Gore's Future

What’s your vision for Gore’s future?     

How could we make Gore an even better place to live?                                                       

 

Streets Alive is your opportunity to dream big about improvements and outcomes you want for your town.

Streets Alive is a community-driven project to create a future vision for Gore.

We want to hear from residents about ways we could make our town more people-friendly, a safer place for everyone to move around, and a place with more vibrant and engaging public spaces.

Streets Alive is about giving everybody more options and choices. It’s an exciting opportunity for Gore – so keep an eye out over the coming months for how you could get involved to share your ideas.

We’ll be having conversations with community groups and the wider community to gather ideas. The programme will include public drop-in sessions, a survey, and other activities.

Ideas gathered will then be incorporated into a trial of adjustments to Gore’s streetscape. More feedback will then be sought to determine if any suggested changes become permanent.

The Gore District Council has succeeded in attracting $900,000 of central government funding from Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency’s innovating streets fund to undertake the Streets Alive project. Gore District Council will contribute $100,000.

You can get in touch with the project here: streetsalive@goredc.govt.nz 

 

Press Releases

13 July 2020 - Gore District Council gains major funding for community project [PDF, 481 KB]

Gore District Council 29 Bowler Avenue Gore P: 03 209 0330 E: info@goredc.govt.nz