Your Neighbourhood Budget 2020

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** UPDATE - WINNERS ANNOUNCED **

Voting has closed and the winning projects have been announced. The following projects were voted by the community and will be installed by Council in the 2020/21 financial year:

  1. Little Libraries, Tusmore Park, Hazelwood Park and Chapel Street Reserve
  2. Monkey bars, Albert Street Reserve
  3. Demonstration verge gardens, locations to be confirmed
  4. Rubbish bin and dog bag dispenser, Bradman Park
  5. No smoking signs near playground, Tusmore Park
  6. Drinking fountain, Chapel Street Reserve
  7. Basketball hoop and key in Penfold Park.

Congratulations to the communities that proposed these exciting projects.

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$40,000 is available to spend on

** UPDATE - WINNERS ANNOUNCED **

Voting has closed and the winning projects have been announced. The following projects were voted by the community and will be installed by Council in the 2020/21 financial year:

  1. Little Libraries, Tusmore Park, Hazelwood Park and Chapel Street Reserve
  2. Monkey bars, Albert Street Reserve
  3. Demonstration verge gardens, locations to be confirmed
  4. Rubbish bin and dog bag dispenser, Bradman Park
  5. No smoking signs near playground, Tusmore Park
  6. Drinking fountain, Chapel Street Reserve
  7. Basketball hoop and key in Penfold Park.

Congratulations to the communities that proposed these exciting projects.

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$40,000 is available to spend on projects in your neighbourhood. Tell us how you would spend it to benefit the Burnside community.

TIME TO VOTE

The community have sent in their nominations for projects and events. Now it is your chance to vote on what projects and events will be installed and maintained or run by Council.

Find out more about each project in the document library to the right of the page. Vote using the tab below.

The community will vote online for the projects that will be funded.


Another chance to have your say

Every year the community contributes to the creation of Council's business plan and budget via the Annual Community Survey (in November) and the Annual Business Plan and Budget engagement process (in May).

Your Neighbourhood Budget is another chance for the community to direct how funds are spent. The community nominates projects, and the community will decide what projects are funded.


Voting will open 18 May 2020 and close 26 June 2020.

Consultation has concluded
  • How will you spend Your Neighbourhood Budget - VOTE

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    26 June, 2020
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    $40,000 is available to spend on projects in your neighbourhood.

    It is now time for you to choose the projects and events you want installed or run by Council. You can select more than one project up to a total value of $40,000.

    Then if you have left over funds, indicate a project you would like to see benefit from this.

    The project/s that receive the most support, and within the overall budget, will be installed or run by Council.

    Voting closes at 5 pm Friday 26 June 2020. Vote below.