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What is the draft Delivery Program 2018-21 and Operational Plan 2019-2020?
The Draft Delivery Program 2018-20 and Operational Plans 2019-2020 outline actions Council will undertake to achieve the objectives and strategies outlined in the Our Wollongong 2028 Community Strategic Plan. The document includes:
• Attachment 1 - Draft Operational and Capital Budget 2019-22. The Operational Budget outlines how Council will spend community funds on day to day service provision and operating the organisation. The Capital Budget outlines the allocation of expenditure relating to infrastructure assets.
• Attachment 2 - Draft Infrastructure Delivery Program 2019-2023. This document presents Council’s commitments to ongoing investment in infrastructure. This includes infrastructure such as footpaths, community buildings, pools, roads and stormwater pipes that exist to support the delivery of a diverse range of valued community services.
• Attachment 3 - Draft Revenue Policy, Fees & Charges 2019-20. This document outlines the fees, charges and rates charged by Council in each financial year.
What is Our Wollongong 2028 Community Strategic Plan?
Our Wollongong 2028 Community Strategic Plan is a 10 year plan that identifies our community’s vision for the future. It outlines the community’s priorities and aspirations, and how these can be achieved.
Our Wollongong 2028, is a ‘whole of community’ plan, in which all levels of government, business, educational institutions, community groups and individuals have an important role to play.
You can access the draft strategic planning documents from the Documents Library on this page, by visiting Council’s libraries or by contacting Council. Draft documents will also be available at the engagement activities listed below.
Neighbourhood Forum 1
Wednesday 10 April, 7pm
Helensburgh Community Centre (Walker Street Helensburgh)
Neighbourhood Forum 8
Wednesday 10 April, 7pm
Dapto Ribbonwood Centre (Princes Highway Dapto)
Neighbourhood Forum 7
Tuesday 16 April, 6pm
Berkeley Community Centre
Neighbourhood Forum 3
Tuesday 16 April, 7pm
Thirroul Community Centre (Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Thirroul)
Neighbourhood Forum 5
Wednesday 1 May, 7pm
Wollongong Town Hall (Crown Street, Wollongong)
Neighbourhood Forum 4
Tuesday 7 May, 7pm
Towradgi Community Hall (Cnr Towradgi & Moray Rds, Towradgi)
Wollongong City Council would like to show their respect and acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Dharawal Country, Elders past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.