Gannawarra Shire Council is committed to ensuring that its assets and infrastructure are provided and managed in an appropriate, affordable and equitable manner which meets community service delivery needs.
Council has in place a whole-of-organisation approach to asset management. Collection and analysis of the necessary data is submitted to Council in a form that enables it to make informed decisions relating to its stewardship of community assets.
Through Council’s Policy No. 085, the Chief Executive Officer and the Asset Management Steering Committee and its Asset Management Working Group provide a corporate approach to asset management problem solving, resource sharing, understanding of financial asset management philosophies and overall ownership of asset management plan outputs.
The Policy also allows for the formation of community focus groups to assist the Council to address asset management planning issues.
This plan is an integral part of the Council strategic asset management program. It will be used and refined over time so that recognition and outcomes are achieved in managing assets that are:
To achieve the aims of astute stewardship of Council’s road assets, they must in the future be planned, provided and maintained so that they continue to meet the present and future service delivery requirements of the uses that these assets provide to the Shire’s community.
Council's Road Asset Management Plan was adopted by Council 30th of June 2010.
You can download Council's Road Asset Management Plan (in PDF format) by clicking on the link below.