630 kms of roads
We're seeking your feedback on the draft 10-year Asset Plan for Merri-bek
As part of the Imagine Merri-bek Engagement Program we have prepared a draft a 10 year Asset Plan for Merri-bek Council.
The 10 year Asset Plan is informed by Merri-bek's Community Vision and is a long term strategy to help us renew, expand or upgrade our community assets.
We want to continue to provide great facilities for our community to use, and also ensure our assets are well manged for future generations.
How has the draft Asset Plan been developed?
The draft 10-year Asset Plan has been developed through three stages of community engagement as part of the Imagine Merri-bek program. You can read reports about our past community engagement on the this draft Plan in the document library of this webpage.
What happens next?
The draft 10-year Asset Plan is now available for feedback until 11:59pm Sunday 29 May. Tell us what you think by completing the submission form below.
The level of engagement pursued at this stage of the 10-year Financial Plan development is the level of ‘consult’ on the International Association of Public Participation Spectrum (IAP2). This means we commit to keeping you informed about this project, listening to and acknowledging the concerns and aspirations you raise in submissions, and we will provide feedback on how your input influenced decision making.
For more information see the common questions section of this web page or contact Council.
What kind of assets does Merri-bek Council own and maintain?
1,191 km of footpaths and bike paths
563 km of storm water drain pipes
319 community and civic facilities including aquatic and leisure, maternal and child health, and senior citizens centres
136 reserves over 652 ha of open space
67 bridges and 807 retaining walls
Check out our 4-stage Engagement Plan to develop the Community Vision and other core strategies of Council.