Pomona Road BMX Track Trial

Phase two consultation now live

In November 2018 the Pomona Road BMX Track Trial was opened to the public.

The track trial took place in answer to community requests to increase youth recreation facilities in the district.

Located in the Pomona Road reserve, the track was formed using the existing natural contours of the land and additional natural materials such as earth and logs. The track caters to various ages and skill levels.

As part of the works, refurbishment of the Service Women's War Memorial was also undertaken. This refurbishment acknowledges the 20th anniversary of the Memorial dedication and pays respect to the sacrifices of those before us which have enabled the youth of today to enjoy opportunities such as the BMX track.

We want to hear your feedback

After 9 months of operation we are now inviting the community to provide feedback on the BMX track trial. We want to hear from residents and users about how they feel the trial has gone and what could be further considered into the future.

We want to know:

  • What have you liked most about the Pomona Road BMX Track Trial?
  • What could be improved at the Pomona Road BMX Track site?
  • Any other feedback including ideas or concerns relating to the BMX Track Trial site.

Have your say on the trial by completing the survey below.

No decision on whether the track should continue or not has been made. Your feedback during this phase of the consultation is important and will be considered as part of the Trial Assessment Report which will be presented to council in November.

Come along - NEW DATE DUE TO WEATHER + BIKING EVENTS

On Sunday 25 August at 11am - 1pm our team will be at the Pomona Road BMX Track Site to hear your feedback. This session is for both residents and users of the site. There will be opportunities to leave your feedback and to chat with the project team.

This phase of consultation will be open until 5pm on 1 September.

Our team is here to listen to your feedback so please get in touch via engagement@ahc.sa.gov.au

Phase two consultation now live

In November 2018 the Pomona Road BMX Track Trial was opened to the public.

The track trial took place in answer to community requests to increase youth recreation facilities in the district.

Located in the Pomona Road reserve, the track was formed using the existing natural contours of the land and additional natural materials such as earth and logs. The track caters to various ages and skill levels.

As part of the works, refurbishment of the Service Women's War Memorial was also undertaken. This refurbishment acknowledges the 20th anniversary of the Memorial dedication and pays respect to the sacrifices of those before us which have enabled the youth of today to enjoy opportunities such as the BMX track.

We want to hear your feedback

After 9 months of operation we are now inviting the community to provide feedback on the BMX track trial. We want to hear from residents and users about how they feel the trial has gone and what could be further considered into the future.

We want to know:

  • What have you liked most about the Pomona Road BMX Track Trial?
  • What could be improved at the Pomona Road BMX Track site?
  • Any other feedback including ideas or concerns relating to the BMX Track Trial site.

Have your say on the trial by completing the survey below.

No decision on whether the track should continue or not has been made. Your feedback during this phase of the consultation is important and will be considered as part of the Trial Assessment Report which will be presented to council in November.

Come along - NEW DATE DUE TO WEATHER + BIKING EVENTS

On Sunday 25 August at 11am - 1pm our team will be at the Pomona Road BMX Track Site to hear your feedback. This session is for both residents and users of the site. There will be opportunities to leave your feedback and to chat with the project team.

This phase of consultation will be open until 5pm on 1 September.

Our team is here to listen to your feedback so please get in touch via engagement@ahc.sa.gov.au