Michelago Streetscape

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Supported by the NSW Government Stronger Communities Fund – Major Projects Program (SCFMPP) Snowy Monaro Regional Council is looking forward to be working with the local community to deliver improvements to the Michelago streetscape.

A meeting held in May at the Michelago Community Hall provied an opportunity for Council staff and the project design consultant to listen and capture the community’s voice relating to the Michelago’s Ryrie Street and Monaro Highway intersection.

Known as the gateway to the Monaro, Michelago has an opportunity to create a streetscape that is not only unique but also themed to provide a connection with an over-arching link to the Snowy Monaro region as a whole.

Being the first location to take a break at a serviced rest stop once leaving south from Canberra, the village proposed new gabion rock walls and customised signs which are intended to draw visitors and travellers into village for rest, relaxation and to support the local business.

To add to the project, specially selected street trees and with trees guards will help “soften” the landscape at the village intersection on the Monaro Highway.

The draft whole of concept designs that can be downloaded from the document library on the right of the screen.

Michelago Streetscape Design Consultation

Council would like to thank everyone who participated in provided valuable feedback for the proposed Michelago Streetscape concept designs that will be delivered as part of the Stronger Communities Fund – Major Projects Program (SCFMPP).

The consultation period ran between 4 July to 25 July 2018. To view the summary report please click here.




Supported by the NSW Government Stronger Communities Fund – Major Projects Program (SCFMPP) Snowy Monaro Regional Council is looking forward to be working with the local community to deliver improvements to the Michelago streetscape.

A meeting held in May at the Michelago Community Hall provied an opportunity for Council staff and the project design consultant to listen and capture the community’s voice relating to the Michelago’s Ryrie Street and Monaro Highway intersection.

Known as the gateway to the Monaro, Michelago has an opportunity to create a streetscape that is not only unique but also themed to provide a connection with an over-arching link to the Snowy Monaro region as a whole.

Being the first location to take a break at a serviced rest stop once leaving south from Canberra, the village proposed new gabion rock walls and customised signs which are intended to draw visitors and travellers into village for rest, relaxation and to support the local business.

To add to the project, specially selected street trees and with trees guards will help “soften” the landscape at the village intersection on the Monaro Highway.

The draft whole of concept designs that can be downloaded from the document library on the right of the screen.

Michelago Streetscape Design Consultation

Council would like to thank everyone who participated in provided valuable feedback for the proposed Michelago Streetscape concept designs that will be delivered as part of the Stronger Communities Fund – Major Projects Program (SCFMPP).

The consultation period ran between 4 July to 25 July 2018. To view the summary report please click here.




Michelago Community feedback

Consultation has concluded