Wollondilly’s Plans for the Future

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Now on Public Exhibition

We are excited about Wollondilly’s future – and thanks to community input, we have updated our Community Strategic Plan and supporting strategies to reflect the community’s aspirations, priorities and needs.

Currently, we are inviting feedback on the vision, objectives, priority projects and resourcing of these long term, medium term and short term plans.

The Community Strategic Plan seeks to identify our priorities for the future, articulates where we want to be as a community within the next 10 years, and creates objectives for achieving these priorities.

It is the highest level plan for Wollondilly Shire Council

Now on Public Exhibition

We are excited about Wollondilly’s future – and thanks to community input, we have updated our Community Strategic Plan and supporting strategies to reflect the community’s aspirations, priorities and needs.

Currently, we are inviting feedback on the vision, objectives, priority projects and resourcing of these long term, medium term and short term plans.

The Community Strategic Plan seeks to identify our priorities for the future, articulates where we want to be as a community within the next 10 years, and creates objectives for achieving these priorities.

It is the highest level plan for Wollondilly Shire Council, and is used by Council, as well as other agencies and stakeholders, to guide policy and service delivery. It details our key issues, strengths, opportunities and challenges for the future.

The following range of strategic documents are also developed - to bring the Community Strategic Plan to life. They are used by the organisation to plan resources and initiatives.

The Delivery Program is a 4-year action-plan that sets out the activities to implement the strategies in the Community Strategic Plan within the resources available under the Resourcing Strategy.

The Resourcing Strategy identifies the resources required to implement the strategies established in the Community Strategic Plan; including time, money, assets and people. This Strategy is made up of the

  • Long Term Financial Plan (10 years)
  • Asset Management Strategy (10 years) and
  • Workforce Planning Strategy (4 years).

The Operational Plan & Budget is a detailed one-year plan which provides information on Council’s key services, projects, programs and budget for the upcoming financial year.

The Capital Works Program is a 5 year program of prioritised renewal and upgrade works to roads, buildings and open space assets.

Council's ultimate goal is to create plans that will represent the aspirations and needs of the local community. Over the past 2 years, we have engaged with the community about numerous projects and plans, with more than 900 people giving us input through the most recent annual community survey. We have been listening to our community and we want to keep the conversation going.


View Documents

  • Online: Under the ‘Documents’ tab
  • Council’s Customer Service Centre: 62-64 Menangle Street, Picton
  • Wollondilly Library: 42 Menangle Street, Picton
  • Mobile Library and Dilly Wanderer


Make a Written Submission

Written submissions can be made:


Join Us at a Drop-In Session

You can join us at a Community Drop-In Information Session to find out more about the Shire’s plans for the future.*

  • Warragamba Town Hall
    Thursday 19 May 2022 – drop in any time between 4:00-7:00pm
  • Wilton Public School Hall
    Wednesday 25 May 2022 – drop in any time between 4:00-7:00pm

* If you are feeling unwell please stay home and give us a call at any time, or offer your feedback below

Consultation closes 1 June 2022. For more information please call 4677 1100.


  • Thank you for your interest. Some helpful information on making a submission:

    • Please read the relevant draft documents. You can comment on a specific strategy, or you can comment broadly about all of them. 
    • Consider:  Which strategy / plan do you wish to comment on?  Do you support the strategy / plan? What do you think it does well? Is there anything you don't agree with? Is anything left out? Etc.
    • Identify the ideas you want to comment on. You can write as much or little as you like, but please explain clearly.
    • Submit your comments: Either write your submission separately and upload it as a Word file or PDF, or, type your submission into the text box provided. If you wish to comment specifically about more than one document, please submit separate comments.


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