City Plan 2035
City Plan Content
City Plan 2035
Council's City Plan is the organisations highest level strategic document. The Local Government Act requires Councils to regularly prepare strategic management plans. City Plan 2035 contains a vision for Salisbury to be ‘a progressive, sustainable and connected community’. It has three directions that capture the social, environmental and economic influences on Salisbury, and one direction that addresses factors within Salisbury Council itself.
In preparing the City Plan, Council is required to consider the major trends and influences on our city. To monitor these, a City Dashboard has been developed that highlights the social, environmental and economic factors shaping our City, as well as key indicators for the performance and sustainability of Council. As data becomes available the Dashboard will provide insight into how our community is tracking against key indicators.
Major Projects Map
The City Plan contains a range of projects that will be delivered across Salisbury or are advocacy priorities. The map illustrates the geographical spread of these.
Regional Context Map
When developing the City Plan Council is required to consider projects, proposals and developments that are in or around our City that will provide future challenges and opportunities for our community. This map illustrates the broader influences on the City of Salisbury.
City Plan Structure
City Plan 2035 contains a vision for Salisbury to be ‘a progressive, sustainable and connected community’. It has three directions that capture the social, environmental and economic influences on Salisbury, and one direction that addresses factors within Salisbury Council itself.
Accompanying the above is a range of corporate indicators that highlight the progress being made in addressing the foundations.
Engagement for the City Plan 2035 was held over two stages.
Stage 1 - Focused on seeking community and stakeholder views on priorities for the City Plan 2035. Download the Engagement Summary for Stage 1.
- Place Activation Strategy (currently being developed)
- City Pride Strategy
- Community Safety Strategy
- Sustainability Strategy (being developed in 2020)