Help us shape the future of Albury!

It is time to have your say on developing a future vision and actions for our new Community Strategic Plan (CSP).

The CSP is not a council plan, it is a whole of community plan and AlburyCity does not have the responsibility for implementing or resourcing all of the community aspirations identified within the plan. For a lot of the outcomes identified it is likely that other local stakeholders and state agencies will have a role in delivering the outcomes within the plan.

The revised CSP will address four questions:

  • Where are we now?
  • Where do we want to be in the future (2050)?
  • How will we get there?
  • How will we know when we’ve arrived?

We want you to think big!

Developing our vision for 2050 is not just about the immediate fixes or changes that are required (although these are still important), it is about what our preferred future looks like and how we can all work towards achieving that.

There will be plenty of opportunities for you to contribute to the development of our CSP. You'll find us out and about in the community at various events or you can contribute via the survey, interactive map or ideas wall.

Our current CSP, Albury 2030, identifies four themes that represent the quadruple bottom line (QBL) issues of economy, environment, social and civic leadership. These four themes will form the foundation for discussions on the direction of the new CSP.

Community Strategic Plan Themes

Our current CSP, Albury 2030, identifies four themes that represent the quadruple bottom line (QBL) issues of economy, environment, social and civic leadership. These four themes will form the foundation for discussions on the direction of the new CSP.

23 September, 2021

joican says:

“Multi-use community space with Kindergarten, community garden, and a mix of private/public housing, built to 2050 environmental standards.”

22 September, 2021

tesler says:

“A green sustainable city providing ample places for shady outdoor activities, extensive cycle paths & support for renewables, comm gardens..”

21 September, 2021

Matt says:

“Connected City for young and old, expand the walking/bike network to include the use of Electric every thing (Bikes, scooters, golf carts).”

18 September, 2021

Diane Doyle says:

“Bushfire tolerant plantings and showcase areas developed for residents to see plants growing, as a reference for their own gardens.”

18 September, 2021

Diane Doyle says:

“Purified recycled water”

18 September, 2021

Diane Doyle says:

“Cultural Burns”

17 September, 2021

Jonathon says:

“Thurgoona is a major growth area,. There should be some sort of welcome package to new residents that helps them be part of the community”

17 September, 2021

Anna says:

“we need to have a target for net zero emissions for the community (not just for Council operations); ”

15 September, 2021

Albury Resident says:

“Albury DNA store for all Earth species”

15 September, 2021

Albury Resident says:

“Snowy Mountains HydroScheme has a capacity 3.8GW. 6 reactors would produce about twice as much. Lets build next to hume dam supply Vic & NSW”

14 September, 2021

Sarah says:

“Footpath along Mungabareena Road from Kookaburra Way so people can access the river safely without needing to walk on road with fast traffic”

14 September, 2021

brendan dalton says:

“proper footths for all there is a stretch in North street between Mate and the overpass that is a hazard but you just want to ignore it”