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We’re working towards delivering on the outcomes identified in the Albury 2050 Community Strategic Plan, ensuring that Albury continues to be a great place to live, work and invest.
Our draft 2022-23 budget will see us deliver a range of projects and services designed to further improve the city’s liveability, prosperity and sustainability.

A Growing Sustainable Economy
A Growing Sustainable Economy

As a community, we will enhance, promote, and maintain the built environment and be a leader in health and education services.

Natural Environment
An Enhanced Natural Environment

We’ll continue improving the health of the Murray River, being a leader in natural resource management and protecting local plants and animals.

A Caring Community
A Caring Community

We’ll work hard to ensure Albury is recognised as a cultural and creative city that embraces and celebrates its diversity, provides quality health care, supports children and young people, promotes positive ageing, encourages health lifestyles, values knowledge and life-long learning and is recognised national as a provider of quality education.

A Leading Community
A Leading Community

We’ll work to establish strong government and regional networks, empowering the community to contribute to the future direction of the city, developing future leaders and providing inclusive decision making processes.

We’re planning for the future, to ensure that we have the services, facilities and attractions that a modern growing city deserves.

The 2022-2023 budget proposes a $57m Capital Works Program, aimed at improving our infrastructure, streets, recreation and culture opportunities, and more.

Key items of the draft budget include:

  • $8.1m will be invested in a range of important road, bridge and footpath projects
  • $10.4m will go towards a number of important water and sewer projects,$3.5M to rehabilitate our roads and drains
  • $5.6m will be spent on environmental protection projects
  • $14.8m will be invested in recreation projects
  • $3.1m will go towards arts and history projects, and
  • $3.4m will be spent on building upgrades for key community facilities