Public Toilet Strategy
Mildura Rural City Council currently manages and maintains 72 different public toilets from Murrayville to Merbein. We’re developing a Public Toilet Strategy to guide future investment in public toilet facilities.
The Strategy will set out a 10-year framework for Council to provide safe, clean, accessible and appropriate public toilet facilities for locals and visitors. It will take in to consideration location, security, design, usage levels and costs.
The project commenced in January 2018 and is expected to be completed by October 2018.
Where we're at
The project is currently in Stage 2, and preparation of the Draft Strategy will soon start. The Draft Strategy will be made available for public comment, and we will seek people's feedback on the plan. Information from the online survey will be used as key input to the draft.
What we know already
As part of Stage 1 (Background Review), we have looked at customer feedback reports about public toilets, over the last two years. Some key themes from this review are outlined below:
Thank you to everyone who completed the online survey during February-March 2018. More than 600 people filled out a survey and many of you provided detailed feedback about our region's public toilets. Survey responses are currently being reviewed and a summary will be made available when it is complete. Feedback from the surveys will also form part of the information used to prepare the Public Toilet Strategy in Stage 3.
Further input from the community is important for us to develop the Public Toilet Strategy and there will be opportunities for you to be involved. All opportunities to be involved will be listed at www.mildura.vic.gov.au/HaveYourSay
To register your interest in this project and receive updates as it progresses, please send your details to us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact our Building & Property Team
Phone (03) 5018 8100