City of Casey's Draft Budget and Council Action Plan 2020/21

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The City of Casey is seeking community feedback on the documents that will help shape our future.

More than 360,000 residents call Casey home, making it one of Australia’s largest Local Government Areas, and every voice counts.

The City of Casey Draft Budget 2020/21and Strategic Resource Plan 2020-24 and Draft Council Action Plan 2020/21 details the projects and resources needed over the coming financial year, outlines the services and projects that will be delivered across the next 12 months, and responds to the social and economic effects of COVID-19.

Draft Council Action Plan 2020/21 Your chance to WIN a $100 Westfield voucher

Have your say and rate your key projects from the City of Casey’s annual Council Action Plan and go in the running to win one of 5 x $100 Westfield vouchers. Take the online survey.

Draft Budget 2020/21 and Strategic Resource Plan 2020-24

This year's budget totals $536.6 million, which includes an operational budget of $405 million that will go towards delivering 66 key services to the Casey community, as well as a Capital Works Program valued at $131.6 million, which incorporates 266 important projects that will deliver much needed infrastructure for the Casey community.

Anyone can make a submission on the budget. A submission is a written statement that explains your views about a topic or proposal and how you may be affected if the Budget goes ahead.

How to make a submission:

  • Via a submission on this Casey Conversations page
  • A written submission addressed to the CEO and emailed to caseycc@casey.vic.gov.au, OR
  • Send via post, addressed to the CEO and mailed to PO Box 1000, Narre Warren, 3805.

You are welcome to ask a question or find out more about any aspect of the draft 2020/21 documents. Please allow one business day for a response. Questions and responses will be recorded online.


The City of Casey is seeking community feedback on the documents that will help shape our future.

More than 360,000 residents call Casey home, making it one of Australia’s largest Local Government Areas, and every voice counts.

The City of Casey Draft Budget 2020/21and Strategic Resource Plan 2020-24 and Draft Council Action Plan 2020/21 details the projects and resources needed over the coming financial year, outlines the services and projects that will be delivered across the next 12 months, and responds to the social and economic effects of COVID-19.

Draft Council Action Plan 2020/21 Your chance to WIN a $100 Westfield voucher

Have your say and rate your key projects from the City of Casey’s annual Council Action Plan and go in the running to win one of 5 x $100 Westfield vouchers. Take the online survey.

Draft Budget 2020/21 and Strategic Resource Plan 2020-24

This year's budget totals $536.6 million, which includes an operational budget of $405 million that will go towards delivering 66 key services to the Casey community, as well as a Capital Works Program valued at $131.6 million, which incorporates 266 important projects that will deliver much needed infrastructure for the Casey community.

Anyone can make a submission on the budget. A submission is a written statement that explains your views about a topic or proposal and how you may be affected if the Budget goes ahead.

How to make a submission:

  • Via a submission on this Casey Conversations page
  • A written submission addressed to the CEO and emailed to caseycc@casey.vic.gov.au, OR
  • Send via post, addressed to the CEO and mailed to PO Box 1000, Narre Warren, 3805.

You are welcome to ask a question or find out more about any aspect of the draft 2020/21 documents. Please allow one business day for a response. Questions and responses will be recorded online.


  • 2020/21 Capital Works Program – Project Map

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    29 days ago

    The Project Map identifies the location of specific infrastructure projects proposed in the City of Casey’s 2020/21 Capital Works Program. The program forms part of the 2020/21 Budget.

    To see the full list of projects proposed across the City of Casey check out the interactive project map. Best viewed using Chrome as your Internet browser.

    The Project Map identifies the location of specific infrastructure projects proposed in the City of Casey’s 2020/21 Capital Works Program. The program forms part of the 2020/21 Budget.

    To see the full list of projects proposed across the City of Casey check out the interactive project map. Best viewed using Chrome as your Internet browser.

  • Budget Highlights

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    The 2020/21 Budget snapshot:

    • $536.7 million total budget to deliver for a community of more than 360,000 people
      • $405.1 million operating budget to support Council to provide 66 important services to the Casey community
      • $131.6 million CWP which funds much-needed community infrastructure from roads to sports fields
    • 2 per cent average general rate increase in line with the State Government rate cap and $12 increase in the standard waste charge. Based on the preliminary property valuations, which are waiting certification from by the Victorian Valuer General, the rates will increase by an average of $26.57.

    Budget highlights

    • $47.7 million to upgrade and deliver new leisure and recreational facilities
      • Commence construction of new district level soccer and cricket multipurpose community facilities at Tulliallan Estate, Cranbourne North ($9.4m)
      • Construction of new district level AFL, Cricket and Netball facilities at Botanic Ridge Eastern Playing Fields, Botanic Ridge ($7.8m)
      • Commence construction of a new local AFL and cricket facility at Bernley Gardens Estate, Berwick ($1.3m)
    • $44.4 million to improve Casey’s expansive road and path network
      • Continued constructions of Stage 1 Hardys Road intersection works, Clyde North ($9.6m)
      • Continue construction of Missens Road to Thompsons Road end, Cranbourne West ($3.25m)
      • Sealing of road shoulder along sections of Manks Road, Clyde ($442,070)
    • $43.2 million towards Child, Youth and Family services
      • Includes additional funding to keep up with growing demand for services such as kindergarten and Maternal and Child Health consultations
    • $17.7 million towards aged and disability services
      • Includes support to continue the distribution of essential services such as Meals on Wheels, volunteer transport and respite care
    • $8.5 million to upgrade and deliver new community facilities
      • Continued construction of a new Integrated Community Hub at Cranbourne West ($3.36m)
      • Commence construction of new Family and Community Centre at Elliston Estate, Clyde Village ($3.97m)
      • Commence design for new Family and Community Centre, Clyde Township ($208,000)
    • $3.5 million renewing Casey’s buildings
      • Building renewal and upgrade works at Strong Drive Children’s Centre, Hampton Park ($1.33m)
      • Commence renewal works at Cranbourne Senior Citizens Centre, Cranbourne ($456,971)
      • Commence renewal works at Clarendon Street Children’s Centre, Cranbourne ($299,940)


    The 2020/21 Budget snapshot:

    • $536.7 million total budget to deliver for a community of more than 360,000 people
      • $405.1 million operating budget to support Council to provide 66 important services to the Casey community
      • $131.6 million CWP which funds much-needed community infrastructure from roads to sports fields
    • 2 per cent average general rate increase in line with the State Government rate cap and $12 increase in the standard waste charge. Based on the preliminary property valuations, which are waiting certification from by the Victorian Valuer General, the rates will increase by an average of $26.57.

    Budget highlights

    • $47.7 million to upgrade and deliver new leisure and recreational facilities
      • Commence construction of new district level soccer and cricket multipurpose community facilities at Tulliallan Estate, Cranbourne North ($9.4m)
      • Construction of new district level AFL, Cricket and Netball facilities at Botanic Ridge Eastern Playing Fields, Botanic Ridge ($7.8m)
      • Commence construction of a new local AFL and cricket facility at Bernley Gardens Estate, Berwick ($1.3m)
    • $44.4 million to improve Casey’s expansive road and path network
      • Continued constructions of Stage 1 Hardys Road intersection works, Clyde North ($9.6m)
      • Continue construction of Missens Road to Thompsons Road end, Cranbourne West ($3.25m)
      • Sealing of road shoulder along sections of Manks Road, Clyde ($442,070)
    • $43.2 million towards Child, Youth and Family services
      • Includes additional funding to keep up with growing demand for services such as kindergarten and Maternal and Child Health consultations
    • $17.7 million towards aged and disability services
      • Includes support to continue the distribution of essential services such as Meals on Wheels, volunteer transport and respite care
    • $8.5 million to upgrade and deliver new community facilities
      • Continued construction of a new Integrated Community Hub at Cranbourne West ($3.36m)
      • Commence construction of new Family and Community Centre at Elliston Estate, Clyde Village ($3.97m)
      • Commence design for new Family and Community Centre, Clyde Township ($208,000)
    • $3.5 million renewing Casey’s buildings
      • Building renewal and upgrade works at Strong Drive Children’s Centre, Hampton Park ($1.33m)
      • Commence renewal works at Cranbourne Senior Citizens Centre, Cranbourne ($456,971)
      • Commence renewal works at Clarendon Street Children’s Centre, Cranbourne ($299,940)