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Step 2. See what's happening in your area
Click the hotspots on the map below for area snapshots.
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Step 3. Make a submission by completing the form below
Or by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or by writing: Marked 'Budget and Delivery Program 2020-2024', Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82, Manly NSW 1655.
Step 1. Watch the videos and read the documents:
1.4 Environment initiatives explained:
Step 2. What's happening in my area:
Covid-19 Pandemic Response
Fact sheet outlining how we are supporting our community and local businesses.
Footpaths and Road Resheeting Program
A summary of the draft program is detailed in the fact sheet.
Your Dollars At Work
For every $100 in our $433 million budget, we’re investing...
Measures for the continued delivery of quality services, projects and capital works.
Following the Extraordinary Council meeting on Tuesday 5 May, Council resolved to place the Delivery Program 2020-2024 and Operational Plan and Budget 2020-2021 for public exhibition.
As the Rescission Motion tabled on 5 May at the Extraordinary Council meeting was Lost, the Council resolution of Tuesday 28 April remains.
The proposed $433 million budget includes a capital works program of $92 million and features funding for community support programs aimed at helping the region cope with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The proposed capital works program of $92 million features a number of significant infrastructure and renewal projects. Highlights include:
- $10.5 million to resurface 18km roads, renew 8km footpaths and build 4.7km of new ones
- $7.3 million to upgrade Mona Vale Surf Lifesaving Club (Council is still required to go to tender and adopt final designs)
- $3.9 million to upgrade Long Reef Surf Lifesaving Club
- $6.4 million for stormwater works to reduce flooding and pollution
- $5.2 million for Coast Walk paths and cycleways from Newport to Avalon
- $4.9 million for Narrabeen pedestrian and cycle bridge
- $2.6 million for Warriewood Valley open space, sports, traffic and transport works
- $1.57 million for Duffys Forest Rural Fire Station new building
- $880,000 to refurbish tidal pools Clontarf and Forty Baskets
- $805,000 for Clontarf reserve playground and amenities
- $315,000 for Collaroy Beach Accessibility ramp
- $75,000 for streetscape improvements at Church Point and Balgowlah shops
- $900,000 for upgrades to Lagoon and Ivanhoe parks
See what's happening in your area in the map above. Alternatively details for locally-based projects are outlined in the proposed capital works program map.