2017-2018 Budget

Consultation has concluded

Council has approved its 2017–18 budget

The budget has been finalised and all information can be viewed on the City Of Hobart webpage.

The engagement period for this project has now closed.


The City is currently reviewing all feedback will be considered during the City's 2017/18 budget preparations. The results of this consultation will be presented by the City's Finance Committee on 14 June and then by Council on 19 June. A copy of the report will be available on this page soon.

The City of Hobart is starting to prepare its 2017/18 budget.

As part of our budget preparation, we want you to participate by sharing your thoughts on what matters most to you.

Why not take the budget challenge and show us how you would balance the City of Hobart's 2017/18 operational budget? The budget simulator tool will allow you to adjust spending on particular things and see how your choices impact on services delivered and ultimately, your rates.

If you want, you can jump straight into the budget challenge. If you want more information about the Council’s budget process and why we are seeking your feedback before you take the challenge, refer to the Frequently Asked Questions and Related Documents tabs. You can find detailed information about Council's services and programs below.

Feedback received will be collated and provided to the Council so we can gain an understanding of the services and programs you value most. This will guide our current and future budget decisions, in the context of the Council's Capital City Strategic Plan 2015-2025 and Long-Term Financial Management Plan 2017-2037


Please note: To provide feedback via the online feedback form, we ask that you register as a user of Your Say Hobart.

Council has approved its 2017–18 budget

The budget has been finalised and all information can be viewed on the City Of Hobart webpage.

The engagement period for this project has now closed.


The City is currently reviewing all feedback will be considered during the City's 2017/18 budget preparations. The results of this consultation will be presented by the City's Finance Committee on 14 June and then by Council on 19 June. A copy of the report will be available on this page soon.

The City of Hobart is starting to prepare its 2017/18 budget.

As part of our budget preparation, we want you to participate by sharing your thoughts on what matters most to you.

Why not take the budget challenge and show us how you would balance the City of Hobart's 2017/18 operational budget? The budget simulator tool will allow you to adjust spending on particular things and see how your choices impact on services delivered and ultimately, your rates.

If you want, you can jump straight into the budget challenge. If you want more information about the Council’s budget process and why we are seeking your feedback before you take the challenge, refer to the Frequently Asked Questions and Related Documents tabs. You can find detailed information about Council's services and programs below.

Feedback received will be collated and provided to the Council so we can gain an understanding of the services and programs you value most. This will guide our current and future budget decisions, in the context of the Council's Capital City Strategic Plan 2015-2025 and Long-Term Financial Management Plan 2017-2037


Please note: To provide feedback via the online feedback form, we ask that you register as a user of Your Say Hobart.

Consultation has concluded
  • Parking

    over 2 years ago
    Parking

    The City manages parking on public streets in the Hobart city centre and suburban areas, as well as on land it owns.

    Where demand for parking is higher than the supply, parking restrictions are enforced to provide opportunities for workers, visitors and shoppers to find vacant spaces.

    The City aims to provide car parks for shoppers and visitors within easy walking distance of key destinations, with multi-storey car parks placed in strategic locations throughout the city centre.

    Parking and Information officers work in the City-owned multi-storey car parks and patrol and enforce 2000 metered...

    The City manages parking on public streets in the Hobart city centre and suburban areas, as well as on land it owns.

    Where demand for parking is higher than the supply, parking restrictions are enforced to provide opportunities for workers, visitors and shoppers to find vacant spaces.

    The City aims to provide car parks for shoppers and visitors within easy walking distance of key destinations, with multi-storey car parks placed in strategic locations throughout the city centre.

    Parking and Information officers work in the City-owned multi-storey car parks and patrol and enforce 2000 metered and voucher car parking spaces.