Project Overview

We invite you to share your views on parklets in your community.

The City of Holdfast Bay is seeking feedback from the community and local businesses on creating parklets around the city.

Parklets can create new public spaces, including outdoor space for cafés and restaurants, bike racks, planter boxes, benches, landscaping, and other features. They can add to the vibrancy of the streetscape, increasing activity in a safe manner in the area, while supporting local businesses.

A trial parklet has been located at the corner of Byron Street and Jetty Road at Glenelg (outside Feed Café).

This parklet is being trialled for a temporary period to give people a chance to view and experience an example parklet.

Your feedback will help Council understand the community’s views about parklets.

This engagement will be open from Thursday 25 January 2024 to 5pm Friday 28 June 2024.

What is a parklet?

A parklet is an opportunity for the community to turn an underused public space or section of street parking into a new outdoor space for people to enjoy.

While often offering additional capacity for outdoor dining for adjacent businesses, parklets can also be used as public spaces with free access for the community to enjoy.

A space for you and your neighbours to gather, a shady spot to rest, a place for art, a place to grow things. The opportunities are open to your imagination

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