Annual Budget - Your Priorities

Submissions for this project are now closed. We will report back soon with the results of this engagement.


As our City grows, it is important for us to understand what our community’s priorities are when we consider the services and infrastructure we will provide.

That's why we are inviting you all to make a written submission or complete the budget survey with thoughts and ideas for the 2019-20 City of Hobart operating and capital works budget. We want to know what is important to you, where we should spend your money and how we can better deliver services and meet your needs.

The engagement process will encompass the core areas of responsibilities funded by the City’s operating and capital works budget.


How will my feedback be used?

Feedback received will be collated and provided to the Council to help develop budget priorities for 2019-20, within the context of the Community Vision, the Council's Capital City Strategic Plan 2015-2025 and Long-Term Financial Management Plan 2020-2040.


Get involved and have your say in the following ways:

  1. Find out more about the proposed budget allocations by viewing the:
  2. Share your priorities by completing the ANNUAL BUDGET SURVEY .
  3. Submissions can also be made in writing to:

When making a written submission please consider the following questions:

  1. What programs and services do you believe are most important for the City of Hobart to deliver?
  2. How can the City deliver our current program and services in ways that better meet the needs of our community?
  3. Are there particular programs or services that you think the City should stop delivering or should deliver in a different way?
  4. What new ideas should the City consider to meet emerging or evolving community needs?


The budget engagement is open for comment until Monday 8 April 2019.


Submissions for this project are now closed. We will report back soon with the results of this engagement.


As our City grows, it is important for us to understand what our community’s priorities are when we consider the services and infrastructure we will provide.

That's why we are inviting you all to make a written submission or complete the budget survey with thoughts and ideas for the 2019-20 City of Hobart operating and capital works budget. We want to know what is important to you, where we should spend your money and how we can better deliver services and meet your needs.

The engagement process will encompass the core areas of responsibilities funded by the City’s operating and capital works budget.


How will my feedback be used?

Feedback received will be collated and provided to the Council to help develop budget priorities for 2019-20, within the context of the Community Vision, the Council's Capital City Strategic Plan 2015-2025 and Long-Term Financial Management Plan 2020-2040.


Get involved and have your say in the following ways:

  1. Find out more about the proposed budget allocations by viewing the:
  2. Share your priorities by completing the ANNUAL BUDGET SURVEY .
  3. Submissions can also be made in writing to:

When making a written submission please consider the following questions:

  1. What programs and services do you believe are most important for the City of Hobart to deliver?
  2. How can the City deliver our current program and services in ways that better meet the needs of our community?
  3. Are there particular programs or services that you think the City should stop delivering or should deliver in a different way?
  4. What new ideas should the City consider to meet emerging or evolving community needs?


The budget engagement is open for comment until Monday 8 April 2019.


  • Strategic planning, engagement, finance & procurement

    2 months ago
    Strategic

    Strategic planning includes strategic and operational planning and development for the City. Community engagement and community visioning are also key components in building a city that is involved, active and participating.

    Financial services is responsible for:

    • development and implementation of financial management plans
    • maintaining ratepayer records
    • invoicing and receipting rates revenue
    • procurement and contract services
    • managing accounts payable and receivable
    • financial accounting, budget development and external reporting services.

    Strategic planning includes strategic and operational planning and development for the City. Community engagement and community visioning are also key components in building a city that is involved, active and participating.

    Financial services is responsible for:

    • development and implementation of financial management plans
    • maintaining ratepayer records
    • invoicing and receipting rates revenue
    • procurement and contract services
    • managing accounts payable and receivable
    • financial accounting, budget development and external reporting services.