Reporting is one of the key points of accountability and transparency between the Council and our community. Under the Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework, Council has a statutory obligation to provide information on the deliverables throughout the Council term.
The main focus of the Annual Report is to provide information about Council's progress in implementing the Delivery Program and Operational Plan.
In the year of the ordinary election, the Annual Report must also include an outline of the achievements in implementing the Community Strategic Plan, this is known as the End of Term Report.
Note: The Annual Report must be written within 5 months of the end of each Financial Year (by 30 November) and submitted to the Office of Local Government.
Progress reporting provides Council the opportunity to provide detail around its core activities in a transparent way between Council and our Community.
The purpose of the quarterly review is to report on the outputs and performance against key performance indicators as set out in the annual operational plan, budget statements and works program.
Small Business Month 2023
Creating a Habitat Garden Workshop
Paddock to Planning Industry Webinar
Local Heritage List to preserve the past for future generations
Small Business Month Activities in Wollondilly this October
Safer Drivers Course free for Wollondilly’s Learner Drivers