Wyndham City’s Annual Plan & Budget 2021 - 2022 was adopted at Council’s Council Meeting on Tuesday 29 June 2021.

From November 2020 to March 2021, Council embarked on the Help Shape Wyndham’s Future community engagement process  to refresh the Wyndham 2040 Community Vision and to better understand the priorities of our community.

The insights gained through this process have been used to inform the  Annual Plan and Budget 2021/22 which:

  • provides a clear direction for Council as we emerge from the pandemic, with financial sustainability and responsible investment in the key priorities
  • sees investment of $196.5 million in capital works, Wyndham’s City Council’s largest ever capital works program to ensure that significant infrastructure is delivered across the city
  • an operating revenue of $374.78 million (excluding developer contributions, non-monetary assets, capital grants and net loss on disposal of property, infrastructure, plant and equipment) and operating expenditure of $306.70 million (excluding depreciation and amortisation) to deliver over 60 different services to the people who live, work and visit the city.

The 2021/22 Annual Plan and Budget also includes:

  • Upgrading and building new local roads - $27.20 million
  • Sports and recreation infrastructure - $29 million
  • Playground and parks upgrades - $2.02 million
  • Kindergarten and children centre services - $18.09 million
  • Maternal child and health and immunisation services - $13.91 million
  • Library services - $9.76 million
  • Black Forest Road South Level 2 Community Centre - $7.05 million
  • Manor Lakes Northern Hub – Integrated Family Centre Master Plan Implementation - $4.68 million
  • Truganina South East Master Plan Delivery - $12.31 million
  • Sports pavilion upgrades - $5.60 million
  • Maintaining Wyndham’s infrastructure assets - $8.35 million
  • Tarneit North Master Plan Implementation - $12.17 million
  • Regional Soccer Facility - $11.50 million
  • Local road reconstruction and resurfacing - $12.90 million
  • Youth programs and services - $5.09 million
  • Active Transport Network - $4 million
  • Alfred Road Reserve Master Plan design - $1.15 million
  • Presidents Park Master Plan design - $0.52 million
  • Widening Little River roads - $5.00 million
  • Lighting the West - $3.80 million
  • Greening the Pipeline - $3.20 million
  • K Road Cliffs Master Plan Implementation - $1.06 million
  • In-home care support to enable older people to live independently - $1.19 million

View the Wyndham City Annual Plan & Budget 2021 - 2022

Revenue and Rating Plan 2021 - 2022

The Revenue and Rating Plan establishes the revenue raising framework within which the Council proposes to work. The purpose of the Revenue and Rating Plan is to determine the most appropriate and affordable revenue and rating approach Council which in conjunction with other income sources will adequately finance the implementation of the Council Plan.

View the Wyndham City Revenue and Rating Plan

Schedule of Fees & Charges 2021 - 2022

The Schedule of Fees & Charges sets out the fees that Council may charge for 2021 - 2022. Where a fee amount is set through legislation, the legislated rate supersedes any amount listed in this schedule. When setting the fee rate consideration is given to the following:

  • Equitable - the fees are fairly applied across a range of users and consideration is given to the user’s capacity to pay.
  • Efficiency - the fees are simple for Council to administer.
  • Clarity – users clearly understand how and when fees are applied.
  • Transparency – the nature and use of the service is easily understood and accessible to all applicable users.

View the Schedule of Fees & Charges 2021 - 2022

For further information contact Wyndham City on 1300 023 411 or email mail@wyndham.vic.gov.au.

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