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City Plan 2030

City Plan 2030

'A City that values its diverse community and embraces change
through innovation, resilience and community leadership'

Community Indicators Survey: The Voice of Our Community

The community indicators survey was introduced to better understand our community’s perception about the City. Results are then fed into our City Scorecard which informs how changes in the city are on track with our aspiration s as embodied in the City Plan 2030.

This year we acknowledge the importance of the voice of our community as we integrate the survey outcomes with our business planning and budgeting process for 2019-2020.

City Scorecard 2018
City Scorecard 2017

Draft Annual Business Plan & Budget and Long Term Financial Plan 2019-2020

The 2019-2020 Annual Business Plan and Budget, and Long Term Financial Plan have both been drafted to define our commitments and funding requirements. These are based on what you have told us in the past and results from the 2018 community survey as well as our ongoing obligations. The documents demonstrate our commitments to the City Plan 2030 vision and its outcomes.

Annual Business Plan and Budget

How Your Rate Dollars will be Invested in the Community

Every dollar of your rates makes it possible for us to undertake a huge number of activities that help keep our community vibrant, safe and healthy. Click the link below to see the breakdown.

Rates at Work
What it looks like


gross regional product


proportion who feel that they can easily access information and organisations


number of local jobs

What it looks like


proportion who say they are healthy


proportion who feel a part of their local community


proportion who say they feel safe in their neighbourhood or community

What it looks like


proportion who say the city’s heritage is effectively managed


city adaptability score


proportion who say the city’s natural environment is effectively protected

What it looks like


city net promoter score


proportion who say they can easily access places and services across the city


proportion who feel they had an opportunity to participate/experience local arts and cultural activities

What it looks like


proportion who say council delivers value for the rate dollar


proportion who are satisfied with council services


proportion who say council is engaging with the people and relevant organisations and businesses