Community groups & individuals, collaborating with Maribyrnong City Council to create a new community space adjacent to Stony Creek and the McDonald A Reserve, West Footscray.
Stony Creek Commons is a collection of local residents and community groups interested in seeing the Lae Street Nursery Site activated for community use, collaborating with and bringing together community members of all ages who live, work, play or study within the City of Maribyrnong area. We started engaging with Maribyrnong City Councillors in June 2021 to re-imagine and co-design the site into an environmentally-focused space that is inclusive, inspiring and educational.
The site vision is emerging and will be co-created over the coming months.
We encourage you to join us and contribute towards making this a reality.
EVENT: – 28th Nov 2021 –
Join us for a social gathering and meet the residents and groups working with council to activate the Lae Street site for community use.
ABOUT THIS EVENT:
You are invited to come along to an end-of-year social gathering at the vacant lot next to Angus McDonald Reserve.
Meet the groups and people who have been involved in preliminary discussions about how Maribyrnong City Council and the community can work together to activate this site for community use. Several councillors will be in attendance, along with members from involved groups*.
BYO picnic snacks and drinks, rugs and chairs, and any lawn games to entertain you and yours. Children most welcome! Please prepare to pack up any rubbish you have at the end of the event, and note that there are no toilets on-site.
Although not mandated, it is strongly recommended that all attendees over the age of 12 years and two months are fully vaccinated. Please do not attend this event if you have COVID-19 symptoms or if you’ve been advised to get tested by a contact, workplace or school. Any changes to COVID-Safe Settings can be found at thttps://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/coronavirus-covidsafe-settings.
*ABOUT STONY CREEK COMMONS:
“Stony Creek Commons” is the working name for the collection of local residents and community groups working with council to re-imagine and co-design the Lae Street site into an environmentally-focused space that is inclusive, inspiring and educational.
Participating groups and organisations include Friends of Stony Creek, Permaculture Out West, Green Guerrilla Group, BikeWest, and Sustain the Australian Food Network.
A formal visioning process will be held in coming months as part of council’s community engagement process.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED: