AlburyCity is committed to increasing the number of Aboriginal people employed across the organisation and aims to promote understanding and awareness of the diversity of Aboriginal cultures.
This plan sets out the vision and characteristics of our CBDs, providing specific planning controls and guidelines.
Obtain detailed planning and design guidelines to support the planning controls set out in the Albury Local Environmental Plan 2010.
This plan guides the future development of the Albury Industrial Hub, Ettamogah.
Understand the rules and guidelines we have in place for the control of development in our city through land zoning.
The Skate and BMX Strategy guides the provision, development and management of Albury's skate and BMX facilities.
The Albury Wodonga Destination Management Plan is a four year plan for guiding sustainable growth and to help ensure the viability and resilience of the tourism industry in the region.
The strategy aims to drive economic growth and to deliver a dynamic and competitive regional economy.
AlburyCity's Local Emergency Management Plan (EMPLAN) details arrangements for prevention of, preparation for, response to and recovery from emergencies within the AlburyCity area. It helps to ensure the coordinated response to emergencies by all agencies having responsibilities and functions in emergencies. The plan covers preparedness measures, the conduct of response operations and immediate recovery measures for emergencies.
Our Bicycle Plan is an action plan for a connected bicycle network, improving links to existing routes and making cycling more accessible for people of all ages and abilities.
Our Biodiversity Strategy aims to protect and improve Albury’s unique biodiversity through conservation measures addressing major threats.
Our community engagement plan examines our audience and their feedback, to ensure we reach as many people as possible. We have included a wide variety of engagement methods and we follow the principles of the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2).
We have an ongoing commitment to inform and consult our community about the planning matters that affect them.
The aims of the Crime Prevention Plan is to reduce the incidence of crime, to improve the perception of safety, develop a coordinated and preventative approach to addressing priority issues in relation to crime and personal safety, and to form partnerships and involve the community, police, government and business.
The purpose of the disability inclusion action plan is to ensure that access and inclusion are recognised as core business and integrated into existing planning systems so that employees at every level consider inclusion of people with disability in their role. The plan sets out the strategies and actions that Council will deliver to enable people with disability to have greater access to Council information, services and facilities.
This plan guides the future development of the East Albury Industrial Precinct.
Our Energy Savings Action Plan (ESAP) outlines an implementation schedule for energy saving measures over the next four year period based on management priorities and fiscal responsibility. Energy saving measures includes energy efficiency initiatives (e.g. installing LED) as well as the installation of renewable energy (e.g. solar).
This document outlines Murray Art Museum Albury's strategic plan for the period 2020 to 2024.
This document details the implementation of Murray Art Museum Albury’s strategic plan for the period 2020 to 2024.
The plan contains information on the public places where pesticides are used and the notification arrangements we use to inform the public.
This strategy provides a plan for future land use and development in Table Top and Splitters Creek.
AlburyCity's social plan explores the needs of the local community and details access and equity activities for us to implement and also advocates services and facilities that could be provided by other stakeholders, such as local service providers, government and non government agencies.
This plan guides the future development of Thurgoona Wirlinga.