Facelift for Pyramid Hill’s streetscape
The rural town of Pyramid Hill in the state’s north-west is set for a facelift, with the Victorian Government announcing funding of $800,000 to revitalise the town’s streetscape.
The compact town has many community facilities within easy walking distance of the town centre. Residents and visitors will now benefit from works aimed at developing reliable pedestrian networks for all ages and abilities, connecting key public open spaces and delivering a range of subtle landscape interventions to frame the town’s many strengths.
The $1.02 million project will also receive support from Loddon Shire Council.