Umina Community Group is an enthusiastic body of local residents committed to enhancing the suburb of Umina Beach. We do this through active participation in community programs and working with Central Coast Council and other government bodies. Our growing community, along with our many visitors, means improvements to local infrastructure, the environment, and services in Umina Beach are essential to allow the suburb to thrive as a modern coastal community.
Umina Community Group is actively working on the following priority programs within our community:
- Upgrading the park In Trafalgar Avenue with the support of Central Coast Council
- Regeneration of the coastal dune habitat and supporting the installation of more street trees.
- Educating people on how to remove graffiti. Actively removing graffiti quickly and reporting its incidence helps authorities combat graffiti. This keeps our community tidier and makes it one that we can be proud of.
- Participating in the Central Coast Council Coastal Zone Planning process to ensure that the plans being put in place further strengthen the protection of Umina Beach and Ocean Beach and their foreshores, for our current community and future generations to enjoy.
- Developing strategies to see an increase in kerb and guttering across the entire suburb of Umina Beach. This will improve the look and feel of the whole of Umina Beach and reduce the problems that come with poor drainage in our streets.
- Encouraging programs that support the younger members of our community through sporting and activity based clubs, and, in particular, the two Surf Life Saving Clubs at Umina Beach.
In the press
War on trolleys calls for apps and attitude
Central Coast Express Advocate Gosford
24 Feb 2017
They end up in creeks, blocking footpaths or become impromptu rubbish bins but fed up Umina Beach residents have had enough of dumped and abandoned trolleys. The Umina Community Group has declared war on wayward, lost and stolen trolleys…read more…
In principle, through supporting Umina Beach today, its heritage, and its future we can make a better place to live in, a better place to visit, and a better place to enjoy.