As always, maintaining our road and drain networks will be a major focus of the 2021-22 budget.
This project is the naturalisation of the Bungambrawatha Creek Outfall into the Murray River.
Works are underway on the expansion of the general aviation western precinct to meet future demand for airside lots.
We’re working to deliver major improvements to our footpath and bike trail network.
Installation of Solar lights along the Wagirra Trail
Albury’s historic pump house in Waterworks Road will be transformed into a mecca for artists and creators.
We're investigating solar feasibility at the Waterview Treatment Plant.
As part of our commitment to making our ‘smart community’ more livable and sustainable, we’re trialing parking sensors.
Improvements to the mountain bike track network on Nail Can Hill
We have been progressing plans for the development of the Thurgoona Link Road Project to provide the transport infrastructure needed to meet the rapid growth of Thurgoona-Wirlinga in the years ahead.
This project will provide our community with new library collection items, including books and DVDs.
This major redevelopment will transform the Lavington Sports Ground into one of regional Australia's premier sporting facilities, capable of hosting local, regional, state and national carnivals, community sport and other events.
Delays to landing and take-offs at the airport will be reduced and safety improved by the extension of Taxiway Charlie.
Construction is underway on an additional 12kms of sealed pathway extending behind Wonga Wetlands.
In the upcoming financial year, we’ll continue an important project to improve the appearance of Glenmorus Gardens.
As part of our work to ensure Albury catches the technology wave of the future, we’re embarking on a series of ‘smart city’ improvements.
We’re working on a number of projects to make our waste management centre even more efficient, environmentally-friendly and easier to use for customers.
This year, the ongoing annual program will ensure the continued inspection of the network and rehabilitation works where necessary.
We’re continuing to develop Albury as a leader in sustainability through ongoing audits.
A 150mm water main will be constructed from Pemberton Street to Wonga Wetlands.
Part two of this project will deliver the design for a modern regional animal management facility
This project aims to develop a community awareness program.
As part of ongoing efforts to keep our community and staff safe, we’re introducing body-worn cameras for our rangers.
This project will ensure sewage infrastructure is available for the future development of new residential estates.
The upgrade of sports field lighting and design development of priority buildings at Bunton Park
Our Community Energy Fund is designed to further improve our sustainability.
This project will deliver an upgrade of our museums collection database.
We are leading an innovative and ambitious approach to regional emergency services management with the establishment of a multi-purpose co-ordination, response and training facility at the Albury Airport.
The project consists of a full reconstruction of Hawksview Road from Knoble Road to Annaconda Lane.
The project involves the construction of new change rooms for AFL and netball and associated public amenities
The construction of a district level play space at Ernest Grant Park.
This exciting project will see dedicated on-road bike paths implemented in the Albury CBD, providing connectivity to existing and future off-road paths and trails.
Every dog (and their owner) needs the freedom to exercise and socialise.
Stage one works at Greenfield Park including perimeter fencing, retaining walls and spectator areas
This multi-million dollar project will provide spectacular riverside experiences including boardwalks, a floating dock, car parking, lighting, landscaping and new pathways along the river’s edge at Hovell Tree Park through to behind the Albury Swim Centre.
Reconstruction of four hectares of sportsground playing surface at Alexandra Park (Ian Barker Fields)
A major upgrade of the venue is required as guided by the 2018 Master Plan to ensure the centre continues to meet the needs of both community and high-level sports events.
Following extensive public consultation in 2020, we’re embarking on a major program to replace or upgrade some of the city’s public toilet facilities, with funding support from the Federal Government.
This project will meet the request of Thurgoona residents for a new place for children to play at Murray Park Estate.
This project objective is to fully reconstruct the open concrete drain.
This project objective is to fully reconstruct the open concrete drain between Holmwood Cross and Albury TAFE.
This project will vastly improve car parking and access to Oddies Creek Park Play Space.
Detailed designs are being prepared for construction of a visitor education and experience centre at Wonga Wetlands.
We will be implementing works identified in the Sarvaas Park Master Plan including extending playing surface, relocating play equipment and building upgrades.
The construction of a new sports pavilion that meets the participation demands and sporting clubs needs.
This project is intended to commission and install iconic and large-scale public artworks across two gateways into Albury over a four-year period.
We’re proposing a major redevelopment of the Albury Entertainment Centre (AEC) Convention Wing to create a leading regional events, conference and function venue.