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Public Open Space Strategy

The City of Vincent has a unique blend of parks, reserves and civic spaces within its boundaries. These public open spaces provide our community with space to exercise, socialise and participate in recreational, art and cultural activities.

Public open space is land that is freely accessible by the community for a variety of purposes, including popular parks such as Hyde Park, small local playgrounds, sporting fields and civic spaces such as the Mary Street Piazza.

The Public Open Space Strategy will provide a framework to guide the planning, development and management of City of Vincent's public open space now and in the future.

The City will be giving the community and other stakeholders a number of opportunities to engage with this process and contribute ideas to the overall strategy.

The City of Vincent has a unique blend of parks, reserves and civic spaces within its boundaries. These public open spaces provide our community with space to exercise, socialise and participate in recreational, art and cultural activities.

Public open space is land that is freely accessible by the community for a variety of purposes, including popular parks such as Hyde Park, small local playgrounds, sporting fields and civic spaces such as the Mary Street Piazza.

The Public Open Space Strategy will provide a framework to guide the planning, development and management of City of Vincent's public open space now and in the future.

The City will be giving the community and other stakeholders a number of opportunities to engage with this process and contribute ideas to the overall strategy.

  • Survey

    Public open spaces are the parks, reserves, sports playing fields and other green areas that the community use for a wide variety of purposes.  Example include as Hyde Park, Britannia Reserve, Charles Veryard Reserve, Braithwaite Park, Weld Square and Mary Street Piazza as well as the numerous local parks dotted around our suburbs where we walk, play, relax and exercise our pets.

    The City of Vincent is currently preparing a Public Open Space Strategy to guide the future development, management and activation of these spaces in response to the needs of our community.  Help shape our public

    Public open spaces are the parks, reserves, sports playing fields and other green areas that the community use for a wide variety of purposes.  Example include as Hyde Park, Britannia Reserve, Charles Veryard Reserve, Braithwaite Park, Weld Square and Mary Street Piazza as well as the numerous local parks dotted around our suburbs where we walk, play, relax and exercise our pets.

    The City of Vincent is currently preparing a Public Open Space Strategy to guide the future development, management and activation of these spaces in response to the needs of our community.  Help shape our public open spaces by providing valuable views, comments and feedback below. The survey will be open until 5.00pm Friday 29 June 2018.


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