Strategic Community Plan 2015-2025
The Strategic Community Plan shapes the service delivery policy of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder for a 10-year period. The plan focuses on 5 Community Aspirations:
Community - enhance the quality of life and encourage city wide development opportunities
Economy - boost opportunities for economic development and tourism
Infrastructure - enhance the built environment and provide quality infrastructure
Leadership - ensure the City maintains strong civic leadership
Environment - protect and where possible enhance the natural environment
The Strategic Community Plan was adopted at the 14 September 2015 Ordinary Council Meeting. The Corporate Business Plan, Asset Management Plan, Long Term Financial Plan are currently in development.
Corporate Business Plan
The Corporate Business Plan is the detailed implementation outline for services, key projects, capital investment and areas of advocacy over the next four financial years. The Corporate Business Plan has been broken down into the five aspirations outlined within the Strategic Community Plan and Council projects, capital investment and areas of advocacy have been listed against the relevant Strategic Initiatives. The layout of the plan has been set to help demonstrate how the Council will meet the most important local needs and ensure that the community’s vision for the City is brought to life.
Long Term Financial Plan
The Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) is a 10 year financial projection taking into consideration income, operational and capital expenditure. The financial estimates of projects and initiatives outlined in the Corporate Business Plan has been included in the financial projection. This pivotal document is one of the informing strategic documents that assists in prioritisation of projects and helps the City to secure its financial sustainability.
Kalgoorlie-Boulder Growth Plan
The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Growth Plan is an initiative of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder in partnership with the Goldfields-Esperance Development Commission and other key stakeholders, including the State Government, particularly the Department of Regional Development, the State Planning Commission and Landcorp, the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Chamber of Minerals and Energy, Regional Development Australia Goldfields Esperance, the Goldfields Land and Sea Council, key local businesses and mining companies and the local community.
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder hosted a Leadership Summit in November 2016 which produced a full report of the Summit, including key issues and recommendations.