The Bogan Shire Council 2011-2012 Annual Report includes information relevant to the operations of Bogan Shire Council for the financial year ending 30 June 2012
Previous Annual Reports including information relevant to the operations of Bogan Shire Council for the following financial years.
Community Strategic Plan
The Community Strategic Plan is the highest level plan that a council prepares. The purpose of the plan is to identify the community’s main priorities and aspirations for the future and to plan strategies for achieving these goals. Specific activities or actions under each strategy are set out in Council’s 2013-2017 Delivery Program and in the 2013/14 Operational Plan and Budget.
Council adopted the Community Strategic Plan on 28th March, 2013. The current plan is available for download below.
Draft Delivery Program
Council has considered a draft Delivery Program 2013-2017, which follows on from the Bogan Shire Community Strategic Plan 2026 and details the activities Council will undertake over the next few years to achieve the strategic priorities identified within the CSP. Council is due to adopt the draft Delivery Program 2013-2017 at the next Council meeting on 27th June, 2013 after the conclusion of the public exhibition period.
The draft Delivery Program is available for download below.
Draft Operational Plan and Budget 2012/2013
Council has considered a draft Operational Plan and Budget for 2013/2014, which is a ‘sub-plan’ of the Delivery Program that details specific activities which will be undertaken by Council within the 2013/2014 current financial year to achieve the commitments outlines in the Delivery Program. Council is due to adopt the draft Operational Plan and Budget 2013/2014 at the next Council meeting on 27th June, 2013 after the conclusion of the public exhibition period.
The draft Operational Plan and Budget is available for download below.
Council Policies can be viewed by clicking the link below.
Code of Conduct
The Local Government Act 1993 requires every council to adopt a code of conduct that incorporates the provisions of The Model Code of Conduct for Local Councils in NSW. Councillors, staff and delegates of the council must comply with the applicable provisions of council’s code of conduct. It is the personal responsibility of council officials to comply with the standards in the code and regularly review their personal circumstances with this in mind. Council contractors and volunteers will also be required to observe the relevant provisions of council’s code of conduct. Council's Code of Conduct, effective March 2013 can be obtained by clicking the link below.
Asset Management Strategy
Council has developed an Asset Management Strategy to assist council is improving the way it delivers services from infrastructure including roads, bridges, footpaths, stormwater drainage, parks and recreation, buildings and Transport and Storm Water, Water Supply and Sewerage, Buildings, and Other Assets. A copy of the document can be viewed by clicking the link below.