How do you want the budget spent in 2019/2020?

How do you want the budget spent in 2019/2020?

Last year your Council spent $192M to make Brimbank better. This year, we're inviting you to share your ideas about how you want the budget spent in the 2019/2020 financial year. 

How to Provide Feedback

Submissions must be received by 19 November 2018.

    Submit by:

    • Filling out our ONLINE FORM on this page; 
    • Downloading our HARD COPY FORM and
      • Emailing the completed form to (Att: Manager, Community Planning and Advocacy); or
      • Post to:
        Manager, Community Planning and Advocacy
        Brimbank City Council
        PO Box 70
        Sunshine 3020 
    • Completing a REPLY PAID POSTCARD (in English, Greek, Vietnamese, Macedonian, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese) available at
    • Going to any of the FOUR WORKSHOPS:
      • Wednesday 14 Nov, 6pm – 8pm
        Deer Park Hall
        50 Station Road, Deer Park
      • Wednesday 14 Nov, 10am – 12noon
        Brimbank Civic Centre
        Level 6, 301 Hampshire Road, Sunshine
      • Thursday 15 Nov 10am-12noon
        Sydenham Neighbourhood House,
        Community Rooms 2 and 3,
        Level 1, 1 Station Street, Watergardens Town Centre, Taylors Lakes
      • Thursday 15 Nov 6pm-8pm
        Keilor Community Hub,
        L2 Large Meeting Room
        704B Old Calder Highway, Keilor 

    RSVP online or on 9249 4860.

    What Happens Next?

    After this consultation period, Council will use the feedback to help prepare a DRAFT Annual Budget for 2019/2020. 

    Once the Draft Budget is reviewed by Council, it will go out for a further consultation period before formal adoption in June 2019.


    Tell us how you want the budget spent in 2019/2020.

    Rank these areas according to where you’d prefer Council to spend. 

    Rank from 1-5, 1 being the highest priority, 5 being the lowest priority. Don't double up!

    For example

    • Health & Happiness: 2
    • Helping People: 4
    • Building our City: 5
    • Improving our Environment: 3 
    • Keeping our City Safe: 1

    You can also tell us what percentage of funding you want for each area.

    Festivals, Arts and Culture, Parks, Leisure Centres
    Family, Youth, Children, Aged, Disability,and Libraries
    Local Roads, Bicycle Lanes, Footpaths, Community and Sporting Facility Upgrades and Town Centres
    Waste Management, Street Cleaning, Graffiti Removal, Planting Trees
    Animal Management, Environmental Health, Food Safety, Building and Planning Approvals


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