Tenders and grants
- View open tenders
- Get help with preparing your grant application
Grants for the community
- Equipment and training grants
- Lynbrook Hotel Community Contributions Fund
- Minor Capital Works at Community Facilities Program
- Individual achievements
- Community grants
- Social support programs
- Community Service Organisation (CSO) Funding
- Quick response grants
- Tell us how your grant was used
- Sign up to the Grants Update e-newsletter
Policies and strategies
- Animal management
- Arts and functions
- Anti-Drug Injecting Room Policy (Medically Supervised Injecting Centres Policy)
- Casey Community Local Law 2018
- City of Casey Hoarding & Squalor Protocol
- Aboriginal Strategic Framework 2018-21
- City of Casey Vision - Creating Australia's Most Liveable City
- Communication Policy
- Casey's Future - A Plan for Children, Young People & Families 2017-2021
- Cycling Strategy
- Family Violence Prevention Strategy
- Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017-2021 Adopted
- Child Safe Policy
- Civic Honours Policy
- Community Development Principles
- Community Engagement Strategy
- Community Safety Strategy
- Volunteer Participation Policy
- Council assets
Councillors & Council meetings
- Councillor Code of Conduct
- Councillors Ward Forums Policy
- Councillors' Gifts and Hospitality Policy
- Managing Unreasonable Complainant Conduct Policy
- Governance Charter
- Inclusive Casey Strategic Framework 2018-21
- Proposed Local Law No.1 Meeting Procedures and Use of the Common Seal 2016
- Public Question Time Policy
- Emergency management
Casey wide planning strategies
- Activities Areas and Non-Residential Uses Strategy
- Amstel Golf Club Residential Area and Amstel Golf Course Development Plans
- Cardinia Parklands Strategy Plan
- Casey Image Strategy
- Casey Parking Strategy
- Casey Significant Tree Strategy incorporating the Significant Tree Register
- Display Homes Policy
- Electronic Gaming Machine Strategy 2015-2020
- Emissions Management Plan 2018-22
- Footpath Trading Policy
- Growth Area Heritage Places Policy
- Housing Diversity Statement
- Housing Strategy
- Industrial Development Policy
- Integrated Transport Strategy
- Integrated Water Management Plan
- Landscape Policy
- Leisure Facilities Development Plan Policy
- Medical Centres Policy
- Open Space Strategy
- Paths and Trails Strategy
- Places of Assembly/Worship Policy
- Playground Strategy
- Revegetation Strategy
- Rutter Park Recreation Reserve Masterplan
- Skate Strategy
- Small Lot Housing Code
- Sports Development Plan
- Telecommunications Facilities Policy
- Property Strategy
- Neighbourhood Houses and Community Learning Centres Policy
- Resident Permit Parking Policy
- Rooming House Strategy
- 55 Kangan Drive, Berwick Development Plan
- Berwick South Development Contributions Plan
- Berwick South Development Plan
- Berwick Township Significant Landscape Strategy
- Berwick Village Commercial Centre Parking Precinct Plan
- Berwick Village Commercial Centre Parking Strategy
- Berwick Village Commercial Waste Policy
- Berwick Village Structure Plan
- Berwick Village Urban Design Guidelines
- Cell D Development Plan
- Cell T Development Plan
- Old Cheese Factory Master Plan
- Ti-Tree Creek Development Contributions Plan
- Ti-Tree Creek Local Structure Plan
- Blind Bight
- Botanic Ridge
- Cranbourne East
- Cranbourne North
- Endeavour Hills
- Hampton Park
Narre Warren North
- Cell K Development Plan
- Cell M Development Plan
- Cell N Development Plan
- Fountain Gate - Narre Warren CBD Part Urban Heart Development Plan (Webb Street North)
- Maramba Development Plan
- Narre Warren North Township Strategy
- Narre Warren South
- Narre Warren
- Casey wide planning strategies
- Privacy and FOI
- Active Recreation Reserves Allocation and Maintenance Policy
- Advertising and Promotional Signage on Council Active Recreation Reserves Policy
- Electronic Scoreboards at Active Reserves
- Equestrian Strategy
- Liquor Licensing at Council Recreation Reserves Policy
- Minor Capital Works at Community Facilities
- Roads, transport, infrastructure and services
- Waste, drainage and environment
The 2017-2018 Annual Report
Council is committed to transparent reporting and accountability to the community. The Annual Report is the primary means of advising the community about Council’s operations and performance during the financial year.
Previous Annual Reports
Annual Report 2016-2017
Annual Report 2015-2016
Annual Report 2014-2015
Please note that the Fees and Charges form part of the 2018 -19 Budget.
The City of Casey adopted it’s 2018-19 Budget, at a Special Council Meeting on Tuesday 26 June 2018. The budget and other corporate documents will be available on this page from Friday 29 June 2018.
This year’s Budget funds the necessary services and projects for the community of today and helps set Council up to deliver for our growing city in the future.
2018 -19 Budget snapshot
- $441.6m total budget
- $318.9m operating budget
- $122.7m million capital works program
- 2.25% average general rate increase in line with the rate cap and $24 increase in waste charge, which is among the lowest increases in the state in light of the global recycling crisis.
- Based on recent property valuations conducted by the Victorian Valuer General, this means the rates and waste charge for residential properties will increase by an average of $64 this year.
Capital Works Program highlights
- $13.35m to renew and build family and community facilities
- $27.78m to renew, upgrade and construct new recreational facilities
- $28.36m to improving Casey’s expansive road and path network
- $4m to building and improving our playgrounds and open spaces
- $4.4m to continue Council’s digital transformation to leverage technology, innovation and data to meet the demands of our future size.
Explore the 2017-2021 Council plan through Casey's Digital Council Plan website.
Access the full Council Plan 2017-2021 (19mb)
This Council Plan outlines the way the City of Casey will work towards achieving Council’s Vision for the future - "Creating Australia's Most Liveable City", during the period 2017-2021.
The Council Plan features the following strategic objectives:
- A leader in applying technology and innovation.
- An inclusive, safe and connected community.
- A Council whose services and facilities are driven by community needs.
- The destination for arts, culture, sport and leisure that attract visitors and bring communities together.
- A city that sustainably plans and manages growth while protecting its diverse landscape.
- A thriving economy with local jobs, investment, and new industries.
- A city with an accessible and well-connected transport network.
- An efficient and effective, customer focussed Council with sufficient resources to meet priorities
Annual Action Plan 2018-19
The Annual Action Plan is Council's framework on how it will work strategically to deliver the outcomes of the Council Plan.
To view how the City of Casey is progressing towards achieving its goals set out in the Council Plan, visit the Community Dashboard.
This website is designed to keep the community updated on Council's Plan performance, capital works, financial performance, community engagement and service performance.
Quarterly Report to the Community
Progress towards achievement of the Council Plan is reported to the community on a quarterly basis.
Council Quarterly Report 2017-2018
Visit the Know Your Council website to view Casey's latest results.
Each year the Victorian Government releases key service, governance and financial performance indicators for the City of Casey as part of the state-wide Know Your Council results.
Published by Local Government Victoria, the results detail Council’s performance across 59 indicators in 11 core service areas and compare the results with all Victorian Council’s and similar Councils.
Performance indicators include aquatic facilities, animal management, food safety, governance, libraries, maternal and child health services, roads, statutory planning, waste collection, financial performance, sustainable capacity and governance.
Casey's 2017/18 highlights
The City of Casey’s 2017/18 performance highlights include:
• Among the strongest financial management of Victorian Council’s.
• Huge visitor numbers to the new Bunjil Place library has made the Casey Cardinia Libraries among the most cost efficient per visit.
• Aquatic facilities are among the most popular, with 15 per cent more visits on average than the state.
• One of the most reliable waste collection services in the state, diverting more than 50 per cent of all rubbish from landfill, compared to an average of 45 per cent across all Councils.
• Council is a top performer when it comes to food safety, being quick to action food complaints and stringent in completing food safety assessments.
To see the complete performance data for all Victorian Council’s, visit the Know Your Council website.