Plans, Strategies and Financials

All adopted organisational plans and strategies can be found here.

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This Communications and Engagement Strategy is a commitment to our community.

It strives to ensure our communications and community engagement practices are open, transparent, influential and meaningful and that we always close the loop.

It is a commitment to continual improvement and achieving best practice to ensure optimal use of our limited resources.

Our hope is that through this commitment we achieve an effective, co-working relationship with our community.

The Infrastructure Asset Management Plan has been developed to ensure that Council continues to provide effective, comprehensive and sustainable management of its infrastructure and asset portfolios, including:

  • Buildings
  • Roads and Kerbs
  • Bridges
  • Footpaths
  • Drainage
  • Parks
  • Waterways

The plan combines management, financial, engineering and technical practices to ensure that the level of service required by the community is provided at the lowest term cost within the limits of any fiscal constraints.

The Shire of Murray Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) has been developed to map and ensure the financial sustainability of the Shire into the future.

The plan outlines the future planning of Council’s financial outcomes particularly in relation to key components such as rate levels, service levels to the community, major infrastructure asset replacement/renewal, loan borrowings and cash reserves.

The long term financial estimates are an integral part of Council’s strategic planning process, informing the Corporate Business Plan which activates the Strategic Community Plan priorities.

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