Mount Isa City Council will be seeking community feedback on its plans for Gallipoli Park.
In March Council got $895,000 in state government funding for a project to revamp and rejuvenate the Soldiers Hill park, transforming a section of it into a recreational area to suit people of all ages.
The funding will enable the construction of a pump track at Gallipoli Park.
Wednesday's Council meeting heard that they had finished the preliminary feasibility and internal stakeholder consultation and were now moving to the requirements stage.
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Councillor with responsibility for tourism and events Cr Peta Macrae called the project "very exciting" aid the requirements stage would include community consultation and encouraged people to give their feedback.
The proposal was adopted unanimously including by Cr Kim Coghlan however Cr Coghlan wanted to note on the record she was not convinced the project was in the right spot.
The meeting also approved $150,000 for a walking network pilot program.
Council will partner with the Department of Transport and Main Roads to fund consultancy services to develop a walking network for one catchment area and up to $150,00 to implement a targeted priority.
The meeting did not discuss which area would be the catchment area or the targetted priority.
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