Shellharbour City Council is considering the future management of the area's beaches by developing a Shellharbour Coastal Zone Management Plan.
Council last week added an online community survey on its website to the community consultation process that has already occurred.
The Plan will recommend ways of managing coastal risks such as beach erosion and coastal inundation that may affect the beaches and coastline from the present to the year 2100.
“Input from the community will assist to create a plan of management for our coastal areas now and in the future,” Mayor Kellie Marsh said.
The risk of coastal erosion and inundation has been identified in the Shellharbour Coastal Hazards Analysis (2010) report which identifies the potential impact of erosion and inundation now, in 2050 and by 2100.
Values that the community may place on the coastline can include views, walking and cycling, tracks, surfing, swimming, fishing, favourite beach access and important infrastructure.
More community engagement is being planned for later in the year to discuss management options for beaches, assets and land that is found to be at greatest risk.
For more information on SCC’s process, timeline and to access the survey, click here