City of Cockburn Draft Budget 2019-20

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Background

We welcome your feedback on the City's draft capital works budget 2019-20 before it formally goes to the Council meeting on 20 June 2019. It sets out the proposed expenditure by the City on parks, roads, buildings and the like, funded mostly by government, developer contributions and your rates.

See our Annual Business Plan which sets out the priorities for the coming year.

Proposed Expenditure

The Council is proposing the following projects as part its $43.30 million capital works program for 2019-20.

Parks and Environment $5.377m

  • Master Plans $0.72m
  • Revitalisation Plans $0.65m
  • Shade Sails for 7 playgrounds $0.15m
  • Upgrades to 13 playgrounds $0.689m
  • Street tree planting program $0.30m
  • Renewing reticulation and bores/pumps in parks $0.715m
  • Park upgrades and improvements $1.10m
  • Floodlights for new oval $0.2m
  • Environmental management $0.343m
  • Streetscapes $0.51m

Roads $19.288m

  • Road Resurfacing Program (16 projects) $1.04m
  • Road Construction Program
    • Jandakot Road $7.627m
    • Verde Drive/Princep Rd $6.0m
    • Karel Ave $2.0m
  • Other road projects $0.472m
  • Traffic calming (9 projects) $0.785m
  • Road rehabilitation projects $1.16m
  • New and replacement bus shelters $160k

Footpaths $1.434m

  • New footpaths $491k
  • Refurbishment of existing footpaths $543k
  • Bike paths $400k

Drains and Sumps $1.318m

Buildings $10.28m

  • Wetlands Education Centre/Native Arc/BL Scouts $5m ($7.0m total)
  • Frankland Park recreation facilities $1.50m ($7.8m total)
  • Malabar BMX facility $1.08m
  • Replacement/Renewal/upgrade $2.0m
  • Design new facilities $0.7m

Marina/Coastal $0.38m

  • Port Coogee Marina $60k
  • Coastal $320k

Other $5.214m

  • CCTV (4 new projects) $398k
  • Technology $528k
  • GIS $239k
  • Landfill $179k
  • Plant $3.87m

See more detail in the Document Library, or ask a question below. Thanks for your interest.

Have Your Say

Your feedback is welcome by 27 May 2019 by:

  • Asking a question or providing feedback below
  • Sending an email to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au

Your views will be incorporated into a feedback report and presented to Elected Members.


Background

We welcome your feedback on the City's draft capital works budget 2019-20 before it formally goes to the Council meeting on 20 June 2019. It sets out the proposed expenditure by the City on parks, roads, buildings and the like, funded mostly by government, developer contributions and your rates.

See our Annual Business Plan which sets out the priorities for the coming year.

Proposed Expenditure

The Council is proposing the following projects as part its $43.30 million capital works program for 2019-20.

Parks and Environment $5.377m

  • Master Plans $0.72m
  • Revitalisation Plans $0.65m
  • Shade Sails for 7 playgrounds $0.15m
  • Upgrades to 13 playgrounds $0.689m
  • Street tree planting program $0.30m
  • Renewing reticulation and bores/pumps in parks $0.715m
  • Park upgrades and improvements $1.10m
  • Floodlights for new oval $0.2m
  • Environmental management $0.343m
  • Streetscapes $0.51m

Roads $19.288m

  • Road Resurfacing Program (16 projects) $1.04m
  • Road Construction Program
    • Jandakot Road $7.627m
    • Verde Drive/Princep Rd $6.0m
    • Karel Ave $2.0m
  • Other road projects $0.472m
  • Traffic calming (9 projects) $0.785m
  • Road rehabilitation projects $1.16m
  • New and replacement bus shelters $160k

Footpaths $1.434m

  • New footpaths $491k
  • Refurbishment of existing footpaths $543k
  • Bike paths $400k

Drains and Sumps $1.318m

Buildings $10.28m

  • Wetlands Education Centre/Native Arc/BL Scouts $5m ($7.0m total)
  • Frankland Park recreation facilities $1.50m ($7.8m total)
  • Malabar BMX facility $1.08m
  • Replacement/Renewal/upgrade $2.0m
  • Design new facilities $0.7m

Marina/Coastal $0.38m

  • Port Coogee Marina $60k
  • Coastal $320k

Other $5.214m

  • CCTV (4 new projects) $398k
  • Technology $528k
  • GIS $239k
  • Landfill $179k
  • Plant $3.87m

See more detail in the Document Library, or ask a question below. Thanks for your interest.

Have Your Say

Your feedback is welcome by 27 May 2019 by:

  • Asking a question or providing feedback below
  • Sending an email to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au

Your views will be incorporated into a feedback report and presented to Elected Members.

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