Published on 05 July 2024


Glen Innes Severn Council Mayor Rob Banham said that following the adoption of the 2024-25 Operational Plan and Budget at its June ordinary meeting, Council will continue to deliver for the community over the next 12 months.

“The next 12 months will continue to see significant investment in core infrastructure such as roads as well as community facilities which will further enhance the liveability of the region,” Cr Banham said.

“I want to take this opportunity to thank the community for their feedback during the Draft Operational Plan 2024-25 public exhibition period.”

The 2024-25 Operational Plan guides Council’s delivery of important services like roads and footpaths, parks, ranger services, development services, waste and recycling, sport and recreational facilities, community and economic development, cultural exhibitions, events and more.

Key highlights of the 2024-25 Operational Plan include:

  • ANZAC Park Playground
  • Regional roads and transport
  • Commencement of CCTV installations over several years
  • Urban landscaping
  • Drainage and water network upgrades
  • Parks and recreation upgrades

A budgeted expenditure of $31 million (excluding depreciation) has been approved, with total revenues projected at $36.9 million. $9.7 million has been allocated to capital works projects. Alongside these financial plans, the Rates, Fees, and Charges for 2024-25 have been set, which includes a 4.8 per cent rate increase.

View the 2024-25 Operational Plan  



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