Council's 2018-19 Adopted Budget



The City of Casey adopted it’s 2018-19 Budget, at a Special Council Meeting on Tuesday 26 June 2018. The budget and other corporate documents will be available on this page from Friday 29 June 2018.

This year’s Budget funds the necessary services and projects for the community of today and helps set Council up to deliver for our growing city in the future.

2018 -19 Budget snapshot

  • $441.6m total budget
    • $318.9m operating budget
    • $122.7m million capital works program
  • 2.25% average general rate increase in line with the rate cap and $24 increase in waste charge, which is among the lowest increases in the state in light of the global recycling crisis.
  • Based on recent property valuations conducted by the Victorian Valuer General, this means the rates and waste charge for residential properties will increase by an average of $64 this year.

Capital Works Program highlights

  • $13.35m to renew and build family and community facilities
  • $27.78m to renew, upgrade and construct new recreational facilities
  • $28.36m to improving Casey’s expansive road and path network
  • $4m to building and improving our playgrounds and open spaces
  • $4.4m to continue Council’s digital transformation to leverage technology, innovation and data to meet the demands of our future size.

Community infrastructure

Find out about the local projects going on in your ward.

Rates

Find out dates and payment options for rates.

Revaluations

Like all Victorian municipalities, Casey has undertaken a General Valuation of the rateable properties in the municipality. The new rating valuations are based on levels of value as at 1 January 2018 and will be used for rating purposes from 1 July 2018 until 30 June 2019. Find out more about revaluations.




The City of Casey adopted it’s 2018-19 Budget, at a Special Council Meeting on Tuesday 26 June 2018. The budget and other corporate documents will be available on this page from Friday 29 June 2018.

This year’s Budget funds the necessary services and projects for the community of today and helps set Council up to deliver for our growing city in the future.

2018 -19 Budget snapshot

  • $441.6m total budget
    • $318.9m operating budget
    • $122.7m million capital works program
  • 2.25% average general rate increase in line with the rate cap and $24 increase in waste charge, which is among the lowest increases in the state in light of the global recycling crisis.
  • Based on recent property valuations conducted by the Victorian Valuer General, this means the rates and waste charge for residential properties will increase by an average of $64 this year.

Capital Works Program highlights

  • $13.35m to renew and build family and community facilities
  • $27.78m to renew, upgrade and construct new recreational facilities
  • $28.36m to improving Casey’s expansive road and path network
  • $4m to building and improving our playgrounds and open spaces
  • $4.4m to continue Council’s digital transformation to leverage technology, innovation and data to meet the demands of our future size.

Community infrastructure

Find out about the local projects going on in your ward.

Rates

Find out dates and payment options for rates.

Revaluations

Like all Victorian municipalities, Casey has undertaken a General Valuation of the rateable properties in the municipality. The new rating valuations are based on levels of value as at 1 January 2018 and will be used for rating purposes from 1 July 2018 until 30 June 2019. Find out more about revaluations.


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    Formal submission form

    Submissions close at 5.00 pm on Friday 8 June 2018.

    Written submissions under Sections 125, 129 and 223 of the Act on any proposal contained in the Council Plan, 2018-2019 Budget, Strategic Resource Plan and Long Term Financial Plan must be made to Council, within 28 days of this notice.  The period for receipt of submissions will close at 5.00 pm on Friday 8 June 2018.

    Submissions should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer via:

    The name and suburb of all submitters

    Submissions close at 5.00 pm on Friday 8 June 2018.

    Written submissions under Sections 125, 129 and 223 of the Act on any proposal contained in the Council Plan, 2018-2019 Budget, Strategic Resource Plan and Long Term Financial Plan must be made to Council, within 28 days of this notice.  The period for receipt of submissions will close at 5.00 pm on Friday 8 June 2018.

    Submissions should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer via:

    The name and suburb of all submitters will be included in the agenda and minutes of the Council Meeting where submissions are considered.

    Any person requesting to be heard in support of his or her written submission is entitled to be heard before Council or represented by a person acting on his or her behalf.

    Submissions on the Council Plan, 2018-2019 Budget, Strategic Resource Plan, Long Term Financial Plan and level of Councillor and Mayoral allowances will be considered at the Council Meeting on Tuesday 19 June 2018, at Bunjil Place, 2 Patrick Northeast Drive, Narre Warren commencing at 6.30 pm.

    Adoption of the Council Plan, Budget, Strategic Resource Plan, Long Term Financial Plan and level of Councillor and Mayoral allowances will be considered during the Special Council Meeting on Tuesday 26 June 2018, at Bunjil Place, 2 Patrick Northeast Drive, Narre Warren commencing at 6.30 pm. Council will give public notice of its decision in accordance with Section 130(2) of the Act.


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