Council's 2018-19 Adopted Budget

Consultation has concluded



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.


Consultation has concluded
  • Draft 2018/19 Capital Works Program – Project Map

    about 1 year ago

    The Project Map identifies the location of specific infrastructure projects proposed in the City of Casey’s draft 2018/19 Capital Works Program (Program). The draft program forms part of the draft 2018/19 Budget which is currently on display for public submissions. The program is subject to ongoing review and development and will be considered for adoption at a Special Council meeting on 26 June 2018.

    View the Map to see the projects happening all over Casey

    The Project Map identifies the location of specific infrastructure projects proposed in the City of Casey’s draft 2018/19 Capital Works Program (Program). The draft program forms part of the draft 2018/19 Budget which is currently on display for public submissions. The program is subject to ongoing review and development and will be considered for adoption at a Special Council meeting on 26 June 2018.

    View the Map to see the projects happening all over Casey
  • Key Projects - Balla Balla Ward

    about 1 year ago
    Your Councillor:

    Cr Geoff Ablett
    Mayor
    Mobile: 0429 004 347

    • Construction of Ballarto Road from South Gippsland Highway to Five Ways Road, Clyde – Stage 1 South Gippsland Highway intersection.
    • Construction of Smiths Lane, from North Road to Browns Road, Cranbourne South ($3.78m)
    • Tooradin Township Streetscape Renewal ($884,300)
    • Sealing part of Railway Road, from Clyde Road to Valetta Street, Clyde ($743,600)
    • Planning for new integrated family and community centre, Botanic Ridge ($265,600)
    • Designing of a new district AFL, cricket and netball facilities in Livingston Estate, Cranbourne East ($261,675)
    • Fit out...
    Your Councillor:

    Cr Geoff Ablett
    Mayor
    Mobile: 0429 004 347

    • Construction of Ballarto Road from South Gippsland Highway to Five Ways Road, Clyde – Stage 1 South Gippsland Highway intersection.
    • Construction of Smiths Lane, from North Road to Browns Road, Cranbourne South ($3.78m)
    • Tooradin Township Streetscape Renewal ($884,300)
    • Sealing part of Railway Road, from Clyde Road to Valetta Street, Clyde ($743,600)
    • Planning for new integrated family and community centre, Botanic Ridge ($265,600)
    • Designing of a new district AFL, cricket and netball facilities in Livingston Estate, Cranbourne East ($261,675)
    • Fit out of building for education centre (250 Adeneys Road), Cannons Creek ($85,000)
    • Creating horse trail connections along Baxter-Tooradin Road, Blind Bight ($21,200) and Maywood Road to East Road, Cranbourne South ($26,500)

  • Key Projects - Edrington Ward

    about 1 year ago
    Your Councillors

    Cr Susan Serey
    Mobile: 0427 005 852

    Cr Timothy Jackson
    Mobile: 0400 043 523

    • New Family and Community Centre in Kilora Estate, Clyde North ($3.73m)
    • New Family and Community Centre in Ramlegh Springs Estate, Clyde ($3.1m)
    • Designing of a district soccer/cricket facility with three pitches, two ovals and pavilion in Ramlegh Springs Estate, Clyde North ($251,906)
    • Renewal, refurbishment and upgrade of pavilion for softball and baseball at Sweeney Reserve, Berwick ($2.51m)
    • Berwick Springs Wetlands Reserve - Masterplan Implementation including a...

    Your Councillors

    Cr Susan Serey
    Mobile: 0427 005 852

    Cr Timothy Jackson
    Mobile: 0400 043 523

    • New Family and Community Centre in Kilora Estate, Clyde North ($3.73m)
    • New Family and Community Centre in Ramlegh Springs Estate, Clyde ($3.1m)
    • Designing of a district soccer/cricket facility with three pitches, two ovals and pavilion in Ramlegh Springs Estate, Clyde North ($251,906)
    • Renewal, refurbishment and upgrade of pavilion for softball and baseball at Sweeney Reserve, Berwick ($2.51m)
    • Berwick Springs Wetlands Reserve - Masterplan Implementation including a community tennis court, outdoor fitness equipment, kick-about area, dog-friendly space and BBQ and picnic shelter ($860,300)
    • Designing of District AFL, cricket and netball facilities in Kilora Estate, Clyde North ($214,289)
    • Renewal of Buchanan Park Playground ($191,300), Hancock Reserve Playground ($55,200) and Neville Hamilton Reserve Playground ($53,100), as the development of a new play space at Wilson Botanic Park Berwick ($143,500)
    • Improvements and landscaping works in Blackburne Square, Berwick ($159,400)
    • Renewal of tennis court surfaces at Arch Brown Reserve, Berwick ($59,000)
    • Extension of Sweeney Reserve Soccer Pavilion, Berwick ($42,500)

  • Key Projects - Four Oaks Ward

    about 1 year ago
    Your Councillors:

    Cr Rosalie Crestani
    Mobile: 0429 004 301
    rcrestani@casey.vic.gov.au

    Cr Milla Gilic
    Mobile: 0427 438 478

    • New District Level Soccer Pavilion at Jack Thomas Reserve, Narre Warren North ($4.08m)
    • Renewal of Chalcot Lodge Children’s Centre and Community Room, Endeavour Hills ($787,100)
    • Development of recreational parkland called Bayview Park, at Old Narre Warren Landfill Site in Narre Warren North ($531,200)
    • Renewal of Essex Park Community Place, Endeavour Hills ($425,000)
    • Development of new pavilion at Frog Hollow Reserve, Endeavour Hills ($213,300)
    • ...

    Your Councillors:

    Cr Rosalie Crestani
    Mobile: 0429 004 301
    rcrestani@casey.vic.gov.au

    Cr Milla Gilic
    Mobile: 0427 438 478

    • New District Level Soccer Pavilion at Jack Thomas Reserve, Narre Warren North ($4.08m)
    • Renewal of Chalcot Lodge Children’s Centre and Community Room, Endeavour Hills ($787,100)
    • Development of recreational parkland called Bayview Park, at Old Narre Warren Landfill Site in Narre Warren North ($531,200)
    • Renewal of Essex Park Community Place, Endeavour Hills ($425,000)
    • Development of new pavilion at Frog Hollow Reserve, Endeavour Hills ($213,300)
    • Improvements across some existing sporting facilities including surface renewal and drainage works at both the main soccer pitch at Reema Reserve, Endeavour Hills ($175,800), and soccer pitch two at Jack Thomas Reserve, Narre Warren North ($47,800)
    • Renewal of playgrounds at Ryelands Reserve, Narre Warren ($55,200) and Essex Park Reserve Playground, Endeavour Hills ($53,100)
    • Creation of equestrian float parking area at Brady Road, Endeavour Hills ($47,800) and creation of a horse trail connection at Boundary Road and Chadwick Road, Harkaway ($15,900)
  • Key Projects - Mayfield Ward

    about 1 year ago

    Your Councillors:

    Cr Amanda Stapledon
    Deputy Mayor
    Mobile: 0418 116 089
    Cr Gary Rowe
    Mobile: 0418 393 599

    • Pavilion upgrade for soccer, cricket and football at Lawson Poole Reserve, Cranbourne ($3.13m)
    • Continued development of the Hunt Club Estate District AFL and cricket facility, Cranbourne East ($2.53m), as well as starting design for district soccer and cricket facilities in Selandra Estate ($251,906)
    • Continued redevelopment at Casey Stadium, Cranbourne East, to convert indoor sports area to gymnastics and multi-sports space, also further expansion and upgrade to basketball and netball courts ($2.63m)
    • Continued development of three soccer pitches,...

    Your Councillors:

    Cr Amanda Stapledon
    Deputy Mayor
    Mobile: 0418 116 089

    Cr Gary Rowe
    Mobile: 0418 393 599

    • Pavilion upgrade for soccer, cricket and football at Lawson Poole Reserve, Cranbourne ($3.13m)
    • Continued development of the Hunt Club Estate District AFL and cricket facility, Cranbourne East ($2.53m), as well as starting design for district soccer and cricket facilities in Selandra Estate ($251,906)
    • Continued redevelopment at Casey Stadium, Cranbourne East, to convert indoor sports area to gymnastics and multi-sports space, also further expansion and upgrade to basketball and netball courts ($2.63m)
    • Continued development of three soccer pitches, one cricket oval and pavilion at Barton Recreation Reserve, Cranbourne West ($1.84m)
    • Extensions of Marriott Waters Family and Childrens Centre, Lyndhurst ($1.18m) and Hunt Club Children’s Centre, Cranbourne East ($963,900)
    • Stage 2 development of Livvi's Place Playground, Lyndhurst ($265,600), as well as improving the playground at Lyall Street Reserve, Cranbourne ($53,100)
    • Design for improvement works throughout the Cranbourne Town Centre. These include detailed design for streetscape, landscape, car-parking areas, road network and design for upgrades and amenity improvements ($185,900)
    • New community portable meeting space at Merinda Park Learning and Community Centre, Cranbourne North ($170,000)
  • Key Projects - River Gum Ward

    about 1 year ago

    Your Councillors:

    Cr Damien Rosario
    Mobile: 0400 046 691
    drosario@casey.vic.gov.au

    Cr Wayne Smith
    Deputy Mayor
    Mobile: 0417 389 039

    • Planning, design and construction to create a missing link of Glasscocks Road, Hampton Park ($7m)
    • Continued construction to complete the Autumn Place Community Hub, Doveton ($1.42m)
    • Continued construction of new netball courts and upgrades to existing courts at Olive Reserve, Eumemmerring ($1.81m)
    • Renewal of Waratah Reserve Soccer Pavilion, Eumemmerring ($531,200)
    • Building improvements to Valleybrook Kindergarten, Hampton Park ($371,900)
    • Creation of skate park and installation of exercise...

    Your Councillors:

    Cr Damien Rosario
    Mobile: 0400 046 691
    drosario@casey.vic.gov.au

    Cr Wayne Smith
    Deputy Mayor
    Mobile: 0417 389 039

    • Planning, design and construction to create a missing link of Glasscocks Road, Hampton Park ($7m)
    • Continued construction to complete the Autumn Place Community Hub, Doveton ($1.42m)
    • Continued construction of new netball courts and upgrades to existing courts at Olive Reserve, Eumemmerring ($1.81m)
    • Renewal of Waratah Reserve Soccer Pavilion, Eumemmerring ($531,200)
    • Building improvements to Valleybrook Kindergarten, Hampton Park ($371,900)
    • Creation of skate park and installation of exercise stations at Banjo Paterson Reserve, Lynbrook ($317,800)
    • New public toilet and barbecue facilities at River Gum Creek Reserve, Hampton Park ($185,900)
    • Renewal of two local playgrounds at Chestnut Reserve and Kanooka Reserve, Doveton ($108,300)
    • Renewal and refurbishment of Hallam Recreation Reserve Hall ($53,100)
    • Renewal and extension of existing netball pavilion at Robert Booth Reserve, Hampton Park ($31,900)
  • Key Projects - Springfield Ward

    about 1 year ago
    Your Councillors:

    Cr Sam Aziz
    Mobile: 0400 046 905

    Cr Rex Flannery
    Mobile: 0429 440 488

    • Creation of recreational Troups Creek shared path, from North of Princes Highway to Saffron Drive Narre Warren ($520,467)
    • Improvements and building renewal to Casey ARC, Narre Warren, which includes internal painting to pool hall area and significant upgrades to the changeroom facilities in the pool hall and gymnasium areas ($414,600)
    • Renewal, refurbishment and upgrade to football/cricket pavilion at Sweeney Reserve, Narre Warren ($403,700)
    • A range of projects to improve Max Pawsey Reserve, Narre Warren, including oval drainage works, new...

    Your Councillors:

    Cr Sam Aziz
    Mobile: 0400 046 905

    Cr Rex Flannery
    Mobile: 0429 440 488

    • Creation of recreational Troups Creek shared path, from North of Princes Highway to Saffron Drive Narre Warren ($520,467)
    • Improvements and building renewal to Casey ARC, Narre Warren, which includes internal painting to pool hall area and significant upgrades to the changeroom facilities in the pool hall and gymnasium areas ($414,600)
    • Renewal, refurbishment and upgrade to football/cricket pavilion at Sweeney Reserve, Narre Warren ($403,700)
    • A range of projects to improve Max Pawsey Reserve, Narre Warren, including oval drainage works, new outdoor stage, renewal of tennis pavilion and playground ($169,900)
    • Local Level skate park improvements at Ray Bastin Reserve, Narre Warren ($100,500)
    • Development of dog friendly space at Seebeck Drive, Narre Warren South ($74,400)
    • Upgrade to Sherwood Park Playground, Narre Warren South ($55,200)
    • Narre Warren Village - Urban Design Framework, aimed at alleviating traffic congestion and safety issues through improved pedestrian and cycling networks in Webb Street (South) $53,100
    • Upgrade of softball and baseball diamonds and floodlighting ($53,100), and renewal of synthetic practice cricket wickets at Sweeney Reserve, Narre Warren ($45,000)