Installation of Lights for Rode Road Dog Park
|Principal Petitioner||Hilary Lindberg, Stafford Heights|
|Closing Date||Thu, 15 Aug 2019|
|No. of signatures||153 signatures (View signatures)|
The residents of the McDowall area draw attention to Council the lack of lighting along the footpath of the Rode Road Dog Park that connects Rode Road to Remick Street in Stafford Heights. The lighting is important for the safety of the many locals who use the footpath to access public transport, exercise equipment or the popular dog park in the morning and evening. During autumn and winter months, the footpath becomes dark between 5pm – 5.30pm meaning that locals need to walk home in the dark, and are not able to exercise their dogs. Currently there is lighting along the footpath connecting Remick Street to Trouts Road, which provides sufficient lighting for locals to safely use the footpath.
Petitioners are requesting lighting to be installed for the remainder of the footpath between Remick Street and Rode Road.