Strategic Community Plan 2017 - 2027

All local governments are required to prepare a Plan for the Future for their district under Section 5.56(1) of the Local Government Act 1995. The Plan for the Future comprises the following two key strategic documents: The Strategic Community Plans is Council’s principal 10-year strategy and planning tool. It is the principal guiding document for the remainder of the Shire’s strategic planning documents as community engagement is central to the Plan.

The Strategic Community Plan is the highest level planning document in the Integrated Planning and Reporting process. This Plan is designed to be a ‘living’ document that guides the development of the Shire of Narrogin community for at least the next ten years.

One of the key features of the Strategic Community Plan is community engagement and the part it plays in influencing the Shire’s strategic direction as it seeks to achieve the community’s long term vision and aspirations.

Strategic planning is a recurring process, requiring constant refinement and review. Every second year a minor review is scheduled to occur which will alternate with a comprehensive review every four years.

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In development (due 2018)

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Corporate Business Plan

Council’s four-year planning document. The core components of this Plan include a four-year delivery program, aligned to the Strategic Community Plan and accompanied by four-year financial projections.

Importantly, the Strategic Community Plan and Corporate Business Plan are informed by several other key strategy documents and processes.

Shire of Narrogin - Prospectus

Statistical and general information for residents, visitors and intending investors about the Shire of Narrogin.

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Annual Report 2016/2017

The 2016/2017 Annual Report was adopted at the Ordinary Council Meeting of 20 December 2017.

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Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2018-2023

The 2018-2023 Disability Access and Inclusion Plan was adopted by Council at its Ordinary Council Meeting held 28 March 2018.

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