The Delivery Program is Council's four year commitment to make progress towards the community's vision, as described in the Community Strategic Plan.
The program was shaped by eight key community priorities:
Council adopted the 2022/23 Operational Plan and Budget at the 28 June Ordinary Council Meeting.
Read our 2022/23 Operational Plan and Financial Budget
This coming year will see a priority focus in the following four key areas:
Council is committed to continuing our strong focus on improving Wollondilly’s road network.
It is a clear priority for the community and as such is a major focus area for our teams.
2022/23 will see an increased roads crew and program focused on vegetation and drainage. Improvement to the current road network will be delivered through a doubling of targeted pavement repairs and quicker response on temporary repairs on main roads through improved surveillance process and systems.
Wollondilly Shire has the best of both worlds – unique natural landscape and room to grow.
Council plays an important role in planning for growth in a way that protects and enhances what makes the Shire unique. A focus for 2022/23 is for additional permanent resources within the Strategic Planning team to allow for Council to prepare for and manage the future demands of growth.
Council is experiencing year on year growth in the number of Development Applications and there is pressure on the organization to improve service delivery for better customer outcomes. The organization is committing to additional resourcing within the Development Services team in 2022/23 in order to deliver high quality customer service. We will also commence an important project focused on digitizing the planning approval process to allow for seamless transactions between local and state government platforms, as well as better customer service.
The ongoing construction of the Wollondilly Cultural Precinct represents an exciting phase for Wollondilly, with opportunities for Council to improve and enhance the services provided for the community. In 2022/23, the focus is on preparing for a new pre-school service following the completion of the Children’s Services building. The planned growth for the area gives Council a strategic advantage in being eligible for various grants. To ensure Wollondilly receives the funds needed to support growth, we are introducing a Grants Officer.
Read our WSC Delivery Program 2017/18 - 2020/21 including Operational Plan 2021/22
Read our WSC Delivery Program 2017/18 - 2020/21 including Operational Plan 2020/21
Read our WSC Delivery Program 2017/18 - 2020/21 including Operational Plan 2019/20
Read our WSC Delivery Program 2017/18 - 2020/21 including Operational Plan 2018/19
Read our WSC Delivery Program 2017/18 - 2020/21 including Operational Plan 2017/18
2023 Australian Liveability Census
Picton Botanic Garden Playground - Drop in Session
Creating a Native Garden
Employee survey reveals continued high engagement and positive culture at Wollondilly Shire Council
Antill Park Golf Course future secured by Council
Wollondilly community is invited to opening of newly renovated Library space