Mount Isa City Council is asking residents to pick their preferred design for the revitalisation of the city lookout.
The City Lookout, or the John Campbell Miles Memorial Lookout to give it its official name, is one of the most prominent spots in Mount Isa and Council said it wants to revitalise it over the next few years to create a vibrant, exciting space for locals and tourists alike.
The upgrades are anticipated to include a new ramp to the west lookout; a vehicle turnaround loop; more parking spaces, including disabled parking; north-, south-, east- and west-facing lookouts; picnic lawn areas; new furnishings and shelters; and exercise loops.
The full proposed Mount Isa City Lookout Revitalisation document and the survey people can use to pick the concept design they prefer are on Council's website at www.mountisa.qld.gov.au/homepage/314/city-lookout-concepts.
People can choose between two concept designs for the lookout.
The survey will be open until mid-November 2021.
The most popular option will be presented to Council for approval later this year.
Council said it would seek funding to assist with the cost of the project.
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