Draft Annual Business Plan & Budget 2019-2020 - submit your suggestions

Draft Budget 2019-2020


SUBMIT YOUR SUGGESTIONS FOR THE ANNUAL BUSINESS PLAN AND BUDGET 2019-2020


Most people are surprised when they learn how much Councils actually do.

Imagine your town without street lighting, rubbish collection or the maintenance of roads, footpaths, parks & gardens and trees. What might happen without food inspections, planning & building controls or animal management?

This list represents only a small portion of what your Council provides. Each year Council has to make important decisions about what level of service to provide the community.

Do you have projects or great ideas that you would like Council to consider?

More information about the types of projects and services provided by Council is available in Council's Strategic Plan. Click the link below to view the Strategic Plan:

Strategic Plan 2016-2026


SUBMIT YOUR SUGGESTIONS


Submit your suggestions online below.

To comment online you need to register to get involved. To register click on the brown register button. To find out more about registering click here.


Write to us at: Draft Annual Business Plan & Budget 2019-20, PO Box 555, Naracoorte SA 5271

or email council@nlc.sa.gov.au

or deliver to Council’s office - DeGaris Place, Naracoorte


Council will consider submissions during their budget deliberations.


Suggestions must be received by Friday, 22 March 2019.


As the Annual Business Plan and Budget is developed the community will be invited to make further comment as follows:

  • Mid May - Draft Annual Business Plan released for public consultation and community discussions held
  • Mid June - public meeting for community members to comment and present on the Draft Annual Business Plan



SUBMIT YOUR SUGGESTIONS FOR THE ANNUAL BUSINESS PLAN AND BUDGET 2019-2020


Most people are surprised when they learn how much Councils actually do.

Imagine your town without street lighting, rubbish collection or the maintenance of roads, footpaths, parks & gardens and trees. What might happen without food inspections, planning & building controls or animal management?

This list represents only a small portion of what your Council provides. Each year Council has to make important decisions about what level of service to provide the community.

Do you have projects or great ideas that you would like Council to consider?

More information about the types of projects and services provided by Council is available in Council's Strategic Plan. Click the link below to view the Strategic Plan:

Strategic Plan 2016-2026


SUBMIT YOUR SUGGESTIONS


Submit your suggestions online below.

To comment online you need to register to get involved. To register click on the brown register button. To find out more about registering click here.


Write to us at: Draft Annual Business Plan & Budget 2019-20, PO Box 555, Naracoorte SA 5271

or email council@nlc.sa.gov.au

or deliver to Council’s office - DeGaris Place, Naracoorte


Council will consider submissions during their budget deliberations.


Suggestions must be received by Friday, 22 March 2019.


As the Annual Business Plan and Budget is developed the community will be invited to make further comment as follows:

  • Mid May - Draft Annual Business Plan released for public consultation and community discussions held
  • Mid June - public meeting for community members to comment and present on the Draft Annual Business Plan


What suggestion do you have for Council’s Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget for 2019-2020, and who in the community will benefit?


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Swings in playgrounds -- for Under 18 months kids
There are much safer swings on the market and used in public playgrounds including Redfern NSW than those currently in use in Naracoorte.
The local swing for under 18 months with the half circle black mould needs to be a full circle with 4 outlets for legs.
The strap used across on our swings in my opinion is a hazard as kids slide thru and it catches them under the chin.

Equipment in our parks must be the best and the safest - a good park is judged by the number of kids constantly using the park.
We are getting better with the introduction of shade.
However, the Sheep Streets Park still has no shade in spite of the requests back approx 4 years ago
Baby trampolines with the rubber ground surrounds as just installed by Unley Council in the Katharine St Park Fullarton just accessed of Wattle St. off Glen Osmond Road is such a great example when next you drive into Adelaide. Pictures are available.
The new swings are such that once the parent puts the kid in it he cannot get out.

travelbug 10 days ago

Scrub - cold burn program around the whole town of Naracoorte
Who is watching out for our fire safety from bushfires?
What is the cool burn program around the town from scrub around the golf course to the park opposite Longridge. The Nature Park scrub should also be considered to further protect the north Primary School.
The undergrowth in the area is substantial.
During the heatwave new locals asked "where are the "fire refuge" areas"????
Has Council informed the community of our Disaster Plan and mailed it to the residents?
How prepared are we for a repeat of Ash Wednesday in the next few weeks????

travelbug 10 days ago

McTernan Park was once a lovely area.
Neglected by council garden priorities there was a plan 4 years+ ago to sell half the area to residential .
The sale funds to maintain the Park.
Community consultation agreed and still the park is to be subdivided.
Please put this on the priority job as is a self funding project.

travelbug 10 days ago

1.Master Plan for Naracoorte Sports Centre is long over due.
2. The whole area is tired and needs a revival with new demarcation lines between sports
3. Front entrance needs landscaping
4. Car park promised three years ago needs to happen at the front of basketball squash and Mens Shed areas
Removal of low bushes and new demarcation line overlooking hockey fields - a car park used mainly by basketball families

5. Tree removals of big trees brought down in October 2016 storm still lay on the ground.

All these and more is requiring council assistance as the clubs quite obviously do not have the volunteers to complete these tasks.
This area is visited by people from around the South East constantly and is begging for councils assistance.
Master Plan was mooted in 2011 and work was done for the Masters Games, but very little more has happened since.

travelbug 10 days ago