Draft Operational Plan 2020-2021

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The draft Operational Plan and Budget 2020-2021, Delivery Program 2017-2022 and the Fees and Charges 2020-2021 form part of Council's Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework. The draft Operational Plan outlines actions and strategies Council will undertake to achieve the strategies in the Delivery Program 2017-2022 and objectives defined in the Lake Macquarie City Community Strategic Plan 2017-2027.

We forecast to spend more than $105 million on works and projects across the City in the next 12 months, including:

  • $1.5 million improving stormwater drainage and enhancing ecosystems
  • $5 million upgrading our parks and playgrounds
  • $5.3 million upgrading library and cultural facilities
  • $6.6 million constructing new footpaths and cycleways
  • $9 million implementing recreation master plans and connecting local sporting facilities
  • $11.2 million upgrading community facilities
  • $23.8 million upgrading City assets and preparing for future growth
  • $42.4 million resurfacing and upgrading roads, improving traffic and transport infrastructure.

After reviewing the draft Plan you can provide feedback by completing the survey or by uploading a written submission.

Alternatively you can click on the interactive map below and comment on the capital works projects planned around the City for the next 12 months.

This consultation closes on 27 May.

The draft Operational Plan and Budget 2020-2021, Delivery Program 2017-2022 and the Fees and Charges 2020-2021 form part of Council's Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework. The draft Operational Plan outlines actions and strategies Council will undertake to achieve the strategies in the Delivery Program 2017-2022 and objectives defined in the Lake Macquarie City Community Strategic Plan 2017-2027.

We forecast to spend more than $105 million on works and projects across the City in the next 12 months, including:

  • $1.5 million improving stormwater drainage and enhancing ecosystems
  • $5 million upgrading our parks and playgrounds
  • $5.3 million upgrading library and cultural facilities
  • $6.6 million constructing new footpaths and cycleways
  • $9 million implementing recreation master plans and connecting local sporting facilities
  • $11.2 million upgrading community facilities
  • $23.8 million upgrading City assets and preparing for future growth
  • $42.4 million resurfacing and upgrading roads, improving traffic and transport infrastructure.

After reviewing the draft Plan you can provide feedback by completing the survey or by uploading a written submission.

Alternatively you can click on the interactive map below and comment on the capital works projects planned around the City for the next 12 months.

This consultation closes on 27 May.

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