2019/20 Draft Annual Budget

Many people are surprised when they find out how much Council is involved in their everyday lives.

From the moment you walk out of your front door, Council services are everywhere – the roads you drive on, the parks and gardens you visit, maternal child and health centres for young families, local playgrounds, libraries, childcare centres, immunisation programs, youth support, aged services and more.

In fact, each year through the budget process, we determine how much funding is needed to support more than 200 community services and to upgrade and replace infrastructure in our city.

Our Draft 2019/20 Budget is currently on public exhibition and we’d love to know what you think.

Download a copy from this page or read it in hard copy at Moonee Valley Civic Centre and Flemington Community Centre.


What’s in this year’s budget?

Some of the highlights of the budget include:

  • $28 million to progress the East Keilor Leisure Centre redevelopment
  • $2 million to implement a stormwater harvesting and irrigation system at Rosehill Park
  • $1.6 million to upgrade playspaces, picnic facilities, pathways and landscaping at Woodlands Park
  • $1.2 million to sports field upgrades at Maribyrnong Park
  • $1.0 million to renew library books, resources and furniture
  • $1.1 million to refreshing the Clocktower Centre including a new co-working space and quiet room
  • $745,000 to transform 605-625 Mt Alexander Road into public open space
  • $600,000 to design and document a netball, tennis, soccer, cricket and golf pavilion at Fairbairn Park
  • $500,000 for the detailed design of the proposed community hub in Flemington


How can I give feedback?

You can complete the survey here, email council@mvcc.vic.gov.au or write to the Chief Executive Officer, Moonee Valley City Council, PO Box 126, Moonee Ponds 3039.

You may request to be heard before Council in support of your written submission (or be represented by a person acting on your behalf). Any submissions will be considered at a section 223 Committee of Council, at 6pm on Tuesday, 28 May at 9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds.

You must advise Council as part of your written submission if you wish to speak in support of your submission at this meeting.

Learn more about the budget process.

Many people are surprised when they find out how much Council is involved in their everyday lives.

From the moment you walk out of your front door, Council services are everywhere – the roads you drive on, the parks and gardens you visit, maternal child and health centres for young families, local playgrounds, libraries, childcare centres, immunisation programs, youth support, aged services and more.

In fact, each year through the budget process, we determine how much funding is needed to support more than 200 community services and to upgrade and replace infrastructure in our city.

Our Draft 2019/20 Budget is currently on public exhibition and we’d love to know what you think.

Download a copy from this page or read it in hard copy at Moonee Valley Civic Centre and Flemington Community Centre.


What’s in this year’s budget?

Some of the highlights of the budget include:

  • $28 million to progress the East Keilor Leisure Centre redevelopment
  • $2 million to implement a stormwater harvesting and irrigation system at Rosehill Park
  • $1.6 million to upgrade playspaces, picnic facilities, pathways and landscaping at Woodlands Park
  • $1.2 million to sports field upgrades at Maribyrnong Park
  • $1.0 million to renew library books, resources and furniture
  • $1.1 million to refreshing the Clocktower Centre including a new co-working space and quiet room
  • $745,000 to transform 605-625 Mt Alexander Road into public open space
  • $600,000 to design and document a netball, tennis, soccer, cricket and golf pavilion at Fairbairn Park
  • $500,000 for the detailed design of the proposed community hub in Flemington


How can I give feedback?

You can complete the survey here, email council@mvcc.vic.gov.au or write to the Chief Executive Officer, Moonee Valley City Council, PO Box 126, Moonee Ponds 3039.

You may request to be heard before Council in support of your written submission (or be represented by a person acting on your behalf). Any submissions will be considered at a section 223 Committee of Council, at 6pm on Tuesday, 28 May at 9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds.

You must advise Council as part of your written submission if you wish to speak in support of your submission at this meeting.

Learn more about the budget process.

Draft Annual Budget 2019/20

Take our survey to give feedback on the draft budget

This information is being collected by Council to gather feedback on the Annual Budget 2019/20.

By leaving feedback, you agree to be contacted by a Council officer in regards to your submission.

Read Council’s privacy collection notice for surveys.

Please note, budget submissions are not anonymous. They are recorded in a register and made public at the Public Hearing Of Submissions by Committee of Whole of Council.


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