The Flinders Shire Council's Corporate Plan describes strategic issues facing Council, it links programs, objectives and related strategies into a rolling Five-Year Plan that is used as a base for the Operational Plan and Budget each year. The Corporate Plan is a living document, revised annually by Councillors, management, staff and the community.
Under Section 174 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Councils are required to prepare and adopt an annual operational plan for each financial year. The annual operational plan must be consistent with the local government's annual budget and the discharge of its responsibilities and must state how the local government will progress the implementation of its corporate plan and manage operational risks during the operational plan period.
Operational Plan for 2016/2017:
Operational Plan for 2015/2016:
Performance Report on Operational Plan 2015/2016:
Flinders Shire Community Plan - ‘Our Future' is a high level plan that identifies community needs and articulates the Council and community's long-term vision, aspirations and priorities. The Community Plan is for the whole community, not just for Local Government.
The purpose of this Policy is to set out the principles used by the Shire for purchasing throughout the organisation and provide information on the roles and responsibilities of key officers and areas involved in the purchasing function within the Council to ensure compliance with the five principles as disclosed in Section 106 of the Local Government Act 2009.
The Annual Report reflects on the achievements of the Flinders Shire Council and shares with the community the challenges, opportunities and plans for the future. Flinders Shire Council is proud to reflect on these achievements and looks forward to continuing to build together a successful Flinders Community.
|2008/2009 Annual Report||2009/2010 Annual Report|
|2010/2011 Annual Report||2011/2012 Annual Report|
|2012/2013 Annual Report||2013/2014 Annual Report|
|2014/2015 Annual Report||2015/2016 Annual Report|