Draft Asset Plan 2022-2031
View the Draft Asset Plan 2022-2031 and share your feedback
Council invites you to review and provide feedback on the draft Asset Plan 2022-2031.
The Asset Plan complements the suite of documents to reference our Community Vision 2020-2040, including our Council Plan 2021-2025 and Community Health and Wellbeing Plan 2021-2025 and the Financial Plan 2021-2031.
The documents referenced ensure community’s aspirations are at the heart of everything that we do.
The 20-year Community Vision was developed over a six month period, through a process of deliberative community engagement, where we heard from almost 2,000 people who live, work, play and visit the Mildura Rural City Council area.
It describes what everyone wants for our region and community over the next two decades. It is underpinned by vision statements which focus on five themes:
We are excited to be sharing this Asset Plan draft with you and look forward to hearing your thoughts and feedback.
Feedback closes COB: Wednesday 4th May 2022.
View the Draft Asset Plan 2022-2031 and share your feedback
In March 2021 Mildura Rural City Council launched Imagine 2040 – a major project to develop a new Community Vision 2020-2040.
A Community Vision provides a long-term roadmap for the whole community, Council and other levels of government to partner together and create a future that enhances our region as a great place to live, work, play and visit. It highlights what the community values most and sets out long-term aspirations and key priorities.
Council will use the Community Vision to guide strategic planning and decision making, in particular, the four-year Council Plan, a Financial Plan, Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan and an Asset Plan.
All Victorian Councils are required to work in partnership with their communities to develop these documents under the new Local Government Act (2020) and Public Health and Wellbeing Act (2008).
Other local organisations and the wider community – including business groups, not-for-profits and service providers – can also use the Community Vision, so everyone can work towards the same common goals for our region.
Throughout March-April 2021 we invited the community to Imagine 2040 and share their hopes for the future of our region and your community. We’re incredibly grateful that more than 1,600 people who live, work, play, study and visit the Mildura Rural City Council area took the time to be involved. It was very important that we heard from different people with different backgrounds and experiences, to ensure our vision truly reflects our community.
We completed an extensive period of deliberative engagement with a broad cross-section of the community throughout March-April 2021.
During the engagement in March-April, community was asked to answer a series of open-ended questions. Below is a themed summary of how our community responded to these questions and verbatim examples of what we heard.
What do you like most about our region and your community?
What would make it a better place to live, work and play?
Thinking about our region and community in the year 2040, what should be the top priority for the future?
What challenges do we face as a region and community?
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