2017-2022 Draft Delivery Program (Year 5)

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Consultation has concluded

Council’s 2017-2022 Draft Delivery Program (Year 5) is now open for public exhibition. The documents include the 2021/22 Draft Operational Plan, the 2021/22 Draft Delivery Program Budgets and the 2021/22 Draft Fees and Charges.

The draft documents can be viewed in the Document Library. Once adopted, the documents will be published here.

The current Delivery Program was extended to June 2022 due to the NSW Council elections being postponed until September 2021 following the impacts of COVID-19.

  1. The 2017-2022 Delivery Program (Year 5) sets out Council’s proposed course of action over the next year to help achieve the objectives identified in the MyCoffs Community Strategic Plan. The 2017-2022 Delivery Program (Year 5) document reflects the focus areas of Council’s activities. Strategic and operational planning processes and intensive budgetary analysis will continue during 2021/22. As a result, the Delivery Program and Budgets will be reviewed regularly during 2021/22, with any necessary amendments and additions tabled with Council as part of the Quarterly Budget Review process.
  2. The 2021/22 Operational Plan details the works and services that Council will undertake during the coming year.
  3. The Delivery Program Budgets 2021/22 detail the proposed revenue and resourcing allocations to support Council’s activities.

The 2021/22 Fees and Charges show Council’s proposed fees associated with service delivery and administrative costs.


Public Exhibition

The draft documents will be on public exhibition from Friday 14 May until Friday 11 June 2021. The exhibition period will be promoted online and in the local media. As well as being available on Have Your Say the draft documents will be available as printed copies for inspection at Council's Administrative Centre or at the Coffs Harbour, Toormina or Woolgoolga branches of the City Library.



Council’s 2017-2022 Draft Delivery Program (Year 5) is now open for public exhibition. The documents include the 2021/22 Draft Operational Plan, the 2021/22 Draft Delivery Program Budgets and the 2021/22 Draft Fees and Charges.

The draft documents can be viewed in the Document Library. Once adopted, the documents will be published here.

The current Delivery Program was extended to June 2022 due to the NSW Council elections being postponed until September 2021 following the impacts of COVID-19.

  1. The 2017-2022 Delivery Program (Year 5) sets out Council’s proposed course of action over the next year to help achieve the objectives identified in the MyCoffs Community Strategic Plan. The 2017-2022 Delivery Program (Year 5) document reflects the focus areas of Council’s activities. Strategic and operational planning processes and intensive budgetary analysis will continue during 2021/22. As a result, the Delivery Program and Budgets will be reviewed regularly during 2021/22, with any necessary amendments and additions tabled with Council as part of the Quarterly Budget Review process.
  2. The 2021/22 Operational Plan details the works and services that Council will undertake during the coming year.
  3. The Delivery Program Budgets 2021/22 detail the proposed revenue and resourcing allocations to support Council’s activities.

The 2021/22 Fees and Charges show Council’s proposed fees associated with service delivery and administrative costs.


Public Exhibition

The draft documents will be on public exhibition from Friday 14 May until Friday 11 June 2021. The exhibition period will be promoted online and in the local media. As well as being available on Have Your Say the draft documents will be available as printed copies for inspection at Council's Administrative Centre or at the Coffs Harbour, Toormina or Woolgoolga branches of the City Library.




  • The public exhibition period for feedback on the draft documents is from Friday 14 May - 5pm Friday 11 June.

    Further details can be found in Council's Submission Policy.



    Consultation has concluded
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