Community Strategic Plan
The Community Strategic Plan is the highest level plan that a council and its community will prepare.
Its purpose is to identify the community's main priorities and aspirations for the future and to plan strategies for achieving these goals. In doing this, the planning process considers the issues and pressures that may affect the community and the level of resources that will realistically be available to achieve its aspirations.
While Council has a custodial role in initiating, preparing and maintaining the plan on behalf of the community, it is not wholly responsible for its implementation. Other partners, such as State Agencies and community groups are also responsible for the delivery of the plan. The aim of the plan is to encourage council, the community and other agencies to work together as one community to deliver on our vision for the future.
2017 Draft Community Strategic Plan – One Community
In accordance with section 402 of the Local Government Act 1993, Council must review its Integrated Planning and Reporting documents within 12 months of an election.
The Council endorsed the draft Community Strategic Plan – One Community for public exhibition from 12 April until 9 May 2017. The draft CSP can be viewed here.
2013 Community Strategic Plan- One Community
Long term financial plan
The Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) serves an important function in Council's strategic planning process. The purpose of the LTFP is to provide a guidance for future actions.
Workforce management plan
In order to comply with legislative requirements in
developing Council’s Community Strategic Plan
(CSP), a Workforce Management Plan is required
to address the human resourcing requirements of
the 4 year Delivery Program.
Asset Management Strategy
The Asset Management Strategy identifies the challenge that Council faces and provides a strategic framework within which Council will work to manage its community assets.
State of the Shire: 'Our Story'
"Our Story" has easy-to-read infographics to give an overview of Eurobodalla in 2016.