Draft Budget, Financial Plan and Revenue and Rating Plan

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We're calling on the community to have their say on our Draft Budget (2021/22), Draft Financial Plan (2021/22-2030/31), and Revenue and Rating Plan (2021/22 - 2024/25) for public submissions.

The community greatly assisted in setting the Draft Budget 2021/22 through the What's Important to You initiative last year with more than 220 responses received online and through community engagement.

The Draft Financial Plan guides Council’s commitment to long-term financial sustainability, delivering key services for current and future communities, accountability, and working within the annual rate cap.

It is important for people to get involved.
We want to hear from you.
We're not holding face-to-face sessions this year, but we do have other ways you can take part.
You can provide input through the submission process online below:
  • Step 1: Read the draft documents and associated information
  • Step 2: Decide whether you'd like to provide feedback as a submission
  • Step 3: Complete our online or hard copy feedback or submission form
Alternatively, you can visit one of our Customer and Library Service Centres to view a hard copy or submit a hard copy submission.

If you need a hand, please call 5734 6200.

Key dates
  • Submissions need to be received by 5pm on Tuesday 4 May
  • Submissions will be considered at a Special Budget Submissions Meeting on Monday 24 May.
  • The Budget may then be considered for adoption on Monday 28 June.


We're calling on the community to have their say on our Draft Budget (2021/22), Draft Financial Plan (2021/22-2030/31), and Revenue and Rating Plan (2021/22 - 2024/25) for public submissions.

The community greatly assisted in setting the Draft Budget 2021/22 through the What's Important to You initiative last year with more than 220 responses received online and through community engagement.

The Draft Financial Plan guides Council’s commitment to long-term financial sustainability, delivering key services for current and future communities, accountability, and working within the annual rate cap.

It is important for people to get involved.
We want to hear from you.
We're not holding face-to-face sessions this year, but we do have other ways you can take part.
You can provide input through the submission process online below:
  • Step 1: Read the draft documents and associated information
  • Step 2: Decide whether you'd like to provide feedback as a submission
  • Step 3: Complete our online or hard copy feedback or submission form
Alternatively, you can visit one of our Customer and Library Service Centres to view a hard copy or submit a hard copy submission.

If you need a hand, please call 5734 6200.

Key dates
  • Submissions need to be received by 5pm on Tuesday 4 May
  • Submissions will be considered at a Special Budget Submissions Meeting on Monday 24 May.
  • The Budget may then be considered for adoption on Monday 28 June.


  • Submissions will be considered at a Special Budget Meeting meeting to be held on Monday 24 May at 7pm in the Council Chamber, 113 High Street, Broadford.

    Anyone who has made a written submission is entitled to appear in person (or by a person acting on their behalf) at the committee meeting.

    Council will then consider adoption of the proposed Budget, Financial Plan, and Revenue and Rating plan, including any changes, at the Council Meeting on Monday 28 June. 

    Online submission

    You can make an online submission by selecting the link below.

    Alternatively, you can print out the pdf submission form available on this page and return to mitchell@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au or 113 High Street Broadford 3658

    Hard copy and online submissions need to be received by 5pm, Tuesday 4 May 2021.


    Consultation has concluded
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