Plans, strategy & reports

We have produced several plans, strategies and reports detailing our goals to ensure our region continues to thrive in the future, as well as providing information on our day to day business running.

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Each year the annual report provides important information of our achievements, challenges and performance in implementing the corporate plan and delivering our vision.   Current report Toowoomba Regional Council Annual Report 2015-2016 Online version or PDF for printing Previous reports Toowoomba Regional Council Annual Report 2014-2015 Online version Toowoomba Regional Council Annual Report 2013-2014 PDF (for printing) ...
Budget document back page 2016
Our Mayor, Paul Antonio, has announced the 2016/17 budget for Toowoomba Region and has detailed the benefits for you, our residents, for this financial year. The full budget can be viewed in the meeting minutes: Special Meeting of Council - 24 June 2016 - Unconfirmed Minutes The highlights of the 2016/17 budget and what they mean to you are presented in the online magazine below, and the video lower below. We are invested ...
The Corporate Plan 2014 - 2019 was adopted by on June 27, 2014. Our financial management system is defined by Section 104 of the Local Government Act 2009 and includes the Corporate Plan as the primary planning document. The Corporate Plan 2014 - 2019 outlines the vision, goals, outcomes and strategic actions that aim to ensure the region's future meets the needs and aspirations of the community. Councillors and staff share responsibility ...
The full budget can be viewed in the meeting minutes: (vn) Special Meeting of Council (Budget) - 19 June 2015 - Minutes.pdf.  ...
The purpose of the Access and equity plan is to Council with a framework to guide decision making and to determine Council’s role in providing services and facilities to make Toowoomba region an inclusive and accessible community for all. Access and equity for all, includes those people with a disability and their family and carers, parents with prams, the elderly, people with temporary and permanent injuries and those from culturally ...
The City centre master plan provides a process for the planning of Toowoomba city's future up to 2031 and beyond. It contains innovative and measured strategies to enhance our CBD and provides for exciting residential, commercial and employment opportunities. ...
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