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 - Mayfield Ward

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    Cr Amanda Stapledon
    Mayor
    Mobile: 0418 116 089
    astapledon@casey.vic.gov.au

    Cr Gary Rowe
    Mobile: 0418 393 599
    growe@casey.vic.gov.au

    • Commence construction of new integrated community hub, Cranbourne West ($5.7m)
    • Commence construction of new district level soccer and cricket facility in Selandra Estate, Clyde North ($5.3m)
    • Renewal and upgrade works at Casey Recreation and Aquatic Centre (RACE), Cranbourne East ($3.65m)
    • Commence construction of Missens Road to Thompsons Road end, Cranbourne West ($2.2m)
    • Development of local level playground including paths, tree planting, pump track, picnic shelter, tables and rubbish bins at Brindalee Estate, Cranbourne East ($394,850)
    • Commence stage 2 streetscape renewal works at Lurline Street Shops, Cranbourne ($331,820)
    • Continued renewal and upgrades to Merinda Park Kindergarten, Cranbourne North ($289,800)
    • Commence design for the development of a new district level AFL, cricket and netball facility including a jointly used oval, Cranbourne West ($231,590)
    • Installation of local traffic management devices at Fairhaven Boulevard and Kalkami Way, Cranbourne ($20,700), Clarendon Street, Cranbourne ($72,450), Majestic Boulevard Cranbourne ($37,260) and Raisell Road, Cranbourne West ($18,630)
    • Installation of solar power systems (solar photo voltaic systems) at various family and children’s centres including Carlisle Park, Fairhaven Family and Children's Centre, Marriott Waters and Hunt Club ($113,420)
    • Development of new district level playground at Dartmoor Reserve, Cranbourne West ($161,460)
    • Installation of flashing zebra crossing at Rochester Parade, Cranbourne East ($103,500)

    Cr Amanda Stapledon
    Mayor
    Mobile: 0418 116 089
    astapledon@casey.vic.gov.au

    Cr Gary Rowe
    Mobile: 0418 393 599
    growe@casey.vic.gov.au

    • Commence construction of new integrated community hub, Cranbourne West ($5.7m)
    • Commence construction of new district level soccer and cricket facility in Selandra Estate, Clyde North ($5.3m)
    • Renewal and upgrade works at Casey Recreation and Aquatic Centre (RACE), Cranbourne East ($3.65m)
    • Commence construction of Missens Road to Thompsons Road end, Cranbourne West ($2.2m)
    • Development of local level playground including paths, tree planting, pump track, picnic shelter, tables and rubbish bins at Brindalee Estate, Cranbourne East ($394,850)
    • Commence stage 2 streetscape renewal works at Lurline Street Shops, Cranbourne ($331,820)
    • Continued renewal and upgrades to Merinda Park Kindergarten, Cranbourne North ($289,800)
    • Commence design for the development of a new district level AFL, cricket and netball facility including a jointly used oval, Cranbourne West ($231,590)
    • Installation of local traffic management devices at Fairhaven Boulevard and Kalkami Way, Cranbourne ($20,700), Clarendon Street, Cranbourne ($72,450), Majestic Boulevard Cranbourne ($37,260) and Raisell Road, Cranbourne West ($18,630)
    • Installation of solar power systems (solar photo voltaic systems) at various family and children’s centres including Carlisle Park, Fairhaven Family and Children's Centre, Marriott Waters and Hunt Club ($113,420)
    • Development of new district level playground at Dartmoor Reserve, Cranbourne West ($161,460)
    • Installation of flashing zebra crossing at Rochester Parade, Cranbourne East ($103,500)