2021/2022 Proposed Council Budget

Submissions closing on 24 May 2021, 05:00 PM

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Residents are encouraged to have their say on Gannawarra Shire Council's 2021/2022 Proposed Budget.

The 2021/2022 Proposed Budget outlines a $16.179 million investment in capital works and a rates revenue increase that complies with the State Government’s Fair Go Rates System.

To learn more about the 2021/2022 Proposed Budget, including major projects that will benefit and key services that the proposed budget will support, please click here(PDF, 2MB) to download the 2021/2022 Proposed Budget flyer.

 Residents are able to have their say by completing a submission before 5pm Monday, 24 May 2021. All submissions received will help formulate the final version of the 2021/2022 Budget, which is to be presented to the June 2021 Council Meeting on Wednesday, 16 June.

Council's 2021/2022 Proposed Budget can be viewed online by clicking here(PDF, 2MB).

Copies of are also available to view at Council’s Customer Service Centres at Cohuna and Kerang.

Residents can also have their say regarding Council's Draft Revenue and Rating Plan, which outlines how Council calculates the revenue needed to fund its activities and how this revenue is collected.

The Draft Revenue and Rating Plan provides in-depth details regarding Council’s revenue sources, as well as how rates and charges are calculated and relevant policies that align with Council’s financial operations.

To view the Draft Revenue and Rating Plan, please click here(PDF, 1MB). Copies are also available to inspect at Council's Customer Service Centres at Cohuna and Kerang.

Feedback will be accepted in writing via email to council@gannawarra.vic.gov.au; by post to PO Box 287, Kerang VIC 3579 or on the submission form on this page under the How to complete a submission tab.

If you would like to provide feedback regarding Council's 2021/2022 Proposed Budget or the Draft Revenue and Rating Plan, please complete the submission form below before 5pm Monday, 24 May 2021.

Click here to view form.


Below is a video featuring Mayor Charlie Gillingham and Council Chief Executive Officer, Tom O'Reilly addressing residents' questions regarding Council’s 2021/2022 Proposed Budget.