Plans & Reports

Community Emergency Management Plan

Community Emergency Management Plan

Asset Management Plan & Long Term Financial Plan

The District Council of Orroroo Carrieton has developed an Asset Management Plan and Long Term Finance Plan to ensure the long term financial sustainability of the Council into the future.  The Plan identifies the asset replacement needs of the Council and focuses on asset renewal.  All new assets to be developed will need to be considered in conjunction with a business case and in accordance with the Plan.

The Plan provides an assessment on the current financial positon and the base line situation if no further action is taken by Council.  To ensure financial sustainability in accordance with the financial indicators, the Plan incorporates a financial strategy that is required to ensure the Council is sustainable.

In closing, the Asset Management Plan and Financial Strategy forms a critical part of Council’s Strategic & Community Plan.

Long Term Finance Plan 2017 - 2027

Asset Management Plan 2017 - 2027

Roads

Council has over recent years undertaken an extensive assessment of its road network and categorised all roads within a determined category assessed against the adopted Service Levels. The service level documentation and the road category listing can be found below.

If any member of the community wishes Council to review a road category then please lodge your request in writing so that it can be considered by the Works and Engineering Committee and Council formally.

Road Service Levels

Road Classifications March 2019

Elector Representation Review

Elector Representation Final Report 2017

Tourism Master Plan

Tourism Master Plan 2020 - 2022

Tourism is an important part of the Orroroo Carrieton district economy, providing employment, vibrancy, and a range of businesses that would struggle to survive without tourist trade.

Orroroo sits on major national travel routes, the district has well-known attractions such as the Giant Red Gum, and its main street is active and engaging. Smaller townships in the district (e.g. Carrieton and Pekina) have untapped attractions, and the district benefits from the drawcard of successful Station Stay experiences such as Almerta, Bendleby and Horseshoe Range.

The district is well placed to expand tourism to provide economic diversity, additional jobs, and increased amenity for locals. This Tourism Master Plan provides a road map to guide the entire community in further development of the Orroroo Carrieton tourism sector.