Draft Operational Plan 2021-2022

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Thank you to everyone who provided feedback during the exhibition. You can view the Council report here. Council adopted the draft Revised Delivery Program 2017-2022 and Operational Plan 2021-2022 and draft Fees and Charges 2021-2022 at the Ordinary Council meeting on Monday 28 June 2021.

The Operational Plan outlines actions and projects Council will undertake to achieve the strategies in the Revised Delivery Program 2017-2022 and objectives defined in the Lake Macquarie City Community Strategic Plan 2017-2027.

We forecast to spend $88 million on capital works across the City in 2021-2022. Some capital works include:

  • $0.4 million on beach and aquatic facilities
  • $0.8 million on Lake Mac Swim Centres
  • $1.3 million on environmental enhancements
  • $1.6 million on holiday parks
  • $2.3 million on stormwater
  • $3.4 million on pedestrian improvements
  • $3.4 million on cycling facilities
  • $3.4 million on libraries and cultural facilities
  • $4.9 million on community buildings
  • $5.9 million on traffic and transportation
  • $11.8 million on parks and playgrounds
  • $22 million on road sealing, resurfacing and rehabilitation

This exhibition closed 24 May 2021.


Thank you to everyone who provided feedback during the exhibition. You can view the Council report here. Council adopted the draft Revised Delivery Program 2017-2022 and Operational Plan 2021-2022 and draft Fees and Charges 2021-2022 at the Ordinary Council meeting on Monday 28 June 2021.

The Operational Plan outlines actions and projects Council will undertake to achieve the strategies in the Revised Delivery Program 2017-2022 and objectives defined in the Lake Macquarie City Community Strategic Plan 2017-2027.

We forecast to spend $88 million on capital works across the City in 2021-2022. Some capital works include:

  • $0.4 million on beach and aquatic facilities
  • $0.8 million on Lake Mac Swim Centres
  • $1.3 million on environmental enhancements
  • $1.6 million on holiday parks
  • $2.3 million on stormwater
  • $3.4 million on pedestrian improvements
  • $3.4 million on cycling facilities
  • $3.4 million on libraries and cultural facilities
  • $4.9 million on community buildings
  • $5.9 million on traffic and transportation
  • $11.8 million on parks and playgrounds
  • $22 million on road sealing, resurfacing and rehabilitation

This exhibition closed 24 May 2021.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for reviewing the draft Operational Plan 2021-2022. What do you think?  Have we got the priorities right across all focus areas? Please complete our online survey to provide your feedback by 24 May.


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for reviewing the draft Fees and Charges 2021-2022. What do you think? Please complete our online submission form to provide your feedback by 24 May.

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