Draft 2020-21 Annual Budget and Business Plan

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Councils do a lot more than just collect your rubbish - we light your street, repair local roads and footpaths, maintain parks, operate recreation centres, provide libraries and services for seniors, youth and much, much more!

The draft Annual Budget and Business Plan is The Barossa Council’s statement of intended programs and outcomes for the coming financial year. Each year, the Plan is developed through a process of consultation and review with Council Officers and Elected Members and follows the Business Planning Framework (included in the Strategic Directions area of the document).

It includes both continuing services, programs and a specific COVID-19 Recovery Plan, and follows the strategic directions outlined in Council’s Community and Corporate Plans 2016-36, Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP – the annual review is included within the Annual Budget and Business Plan document) and Long Term Infrastructure and Asset Management Plan.

Now is your opportunity to have your say on how your rates are invested in our local community.

Councils do a lot more than just collect your rubbish - we light your street, repair local roads and footpaths, maintain parks, operate recreation centres, provide libraries and services for seniors, youth and much, much more!

The draft Annual Budget and Business Plan is The Barossa Council’s statement of intended programs and outcomes for the coming financial year. Each year, the Plan is developed through a process of consultation and review with Council Officers and Elected Members and follows the Business Planning Framework (included in the Strategic Directions area of the document).

It includes both continuing services, programs and a specific COVID-19 Recovery Plan, and follows the strategic directions outlined in Council’s Community and Corporate Plans 2016-36, Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP – the annual review is included within the Annual Budget and Business Plan document) and Long Term Infrastructure and Asset Management Plan.

Now is your opportunity to have your say on how your rates are invested in our local community.

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