Council's 2019-20 Adopted Budget

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The City of Casey’s 2019/20 Budget funds Council’s largest ever Capital Works Program (CWP) and supports the delivery of 66 important services to the community.

Following a four-week community consultation period where residents were invited to view and have their say on the draft budget, Council adopted the final budget at a Council meeting on Tuesday 18 June 2019, along with the revised Council Plan 2017-21 and Annual Action Plan 2019/20.

Through financially responsible budgeting, Council has been able to continue its strong investment in the necessary projects and services for Casey’s large and rapidly growing community. It includes:

  • A $151.5 million CWP to deliver more than 330 infrastructure projects across Casey, in both our new and growing communities as well as our established suburbs.
  • A $344.8 million operating budget that provides funding to deliver 66 core services to the community
  • A rates increase of 2.5% in line with the State Government rate cap.
  • The budget funds the priorities aligned with our 2017-21 Council Plan and supports Council to continue to work towards delivering on our vision of creating Australia’s most liveable city.

The City of Casey’s 2019/20 Budget funds Council’s largest ever Capital Works Program (CWP) and supports the delivery of 66 important services to the community.

Following a four-week community consultation period where residents were invited to view and have their say on the draft budget, Council adopted the final budget at a Council meeting on Tuesday 18 June 2019, along with the revised Council Plan 2017-21 and Annual Action Plan 2019/20.

Through financially responsible budgeting, Council has been able to continue its strong investment in the necessary projects and services for Casey’s large and rapidly growing community. It includes:

  • A $151.5 million CWP to deliver more than 330 infrastructure projects across Casey, in both our new and growing communities as well as our established suburbs.
  • A $344.8 million operating budget that provides funding to deliver 66 core services to the community
  • A rates increase of 2.5% in line with the State Government rate cap.
  • The budget funds the priorities aligned with our 2017-21 Council Plan and supports Council to continue to work towards delivering on our vision of creating Australia’s most liveable city.
Consultation has concluded

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  • Key Projects - Balla Balla Ward

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    Cr Geoff Ablett
    Mobile: 0429 004 347

    • Continued construction of Regional Community Soccer Precinct at Casey Fields, Cranbourne East ($10m)
    • Commence construction of a new district level AFL, cricket and netball pavilion and playing facilities in the Livingston Estate, Cranbourne East ($6.5m)
    • Continued construction to complete upgrades to AFL/AFLW pavilion and indoor training areas at Casey Fields, Cranbourne East ($4.1m)
    • Commence development of a new family and community centre integrated with the local primary school, Botanic Ridge ($3.5m)
    • Commence stage 3 of Smiths Lane road sealing works, between North Road and Baxter-Tooradin Road, Pearcedale ($1.8m)
    • Commence second stage (stage 2 of 3) of road construction works to Ballarto Road, between South Gippsland Highway and Casey Fields Boulevard, Cranbourne East ($1.5m)
    • Commence road sealing works of Railway Road, from Valetta Street to Ballarto Road, Clyde ($1m)
    • Construction of recreational shared path from Settlers Run to Botanic Ridge, Botanic Ridge ($866,450)
    • Commence sealing of existing Ballarto Road, west of Botanical Gardens quarry entrance, Cranbourne ($850,000)
    • · Commence soccer pavilion extension works at Cranbourne Recreation Reserve, Cranbourne ($755,550)
    • Renewal works to Cranbourne Senior Citizens Centre, Cranbourne ($470,930)

    Cr Geoff Ablett
    Mobile: 0429 004 347

    • Continued construction of Regional Community Soccer Precinct at Casey Fields, Cranbourne East ($10m)
    • Commence construction of a new district level AFL, cricket and netball pavilion and playing facilities in the Livingston Estate, Cranbourne East ($6.5m)
    • Continued construction to complete upgrades to AFL/AFLW pavilion and indoor training areas at Casey Fields, Cranbourne East ($4.1m)
    • Commence development of a new family and community centre integrated with the local primary school, Botanic Ridge ($3.5m)
    • Commence stage 3 of Smiths Lane road sealing works, between North Road and Baxter-Tooradin Road, Pearcedale ($1.8m)
    • Commence second stage (stage 2 of 3) of road construction works to Ballarto Road, between South Gippsland Highway and Casey Fields Boulevard, Cranbourne East ($1.5m)
    • Commence road sealing works of Railway Road, from Valetta Street to Ballarto Road, Clyde ($1m)
    • Construction of recreational shared path from Settlers Run to Botanic Ridge, Botanic Ridge ($866,450)
    • Commence sealing of existing Ballarto Road, west of Botanical Gardens quarry entrance, Cranbourne ($850,000)
    • · Commence soccer pavilion extension works at Cranbourne Recreation Reserve, Cranbourne ($755,550)
    • Renewal works to Cranbourne Senior Citizens Centre, Cranbourne ($470,930)