Our other plans and strategies

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This strategy aims to provide guidance in relation to the provision of Moira Shire Council’s Aquatic Facilities now and into the future. This strategy will include a plan to drive specific actions/projects and allow for practical, time framed and measurable implementation.

The Strategy is intended to have a life span of 9 years, at which point the entire document will be completely reviewed.

Adopted 22 May 2019.

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Thank you to everyone who sent in submissions related to our Aquatic Strategy.

Now it is time to get started on implementing the Strategy.

The first step is to find out what will attract you to your local pool and what times you would be most likely to visit.

Submissions closed Friday 29 November 2019.

Moira Shire communities recognise that a creative community concept is inclusive of all arts forms, and also has a broader reach to include architects, town planners, landscapers, engineers, performers, artists and musicians, all those who are creative. 

Moira Shire Council also recognises the role the arts play in developing social wellbeing across all age levels and abilities and its essential role in promoting community resilience and recovery in times of crisis.

This strategy has been developed using surveys, cultural mapping, community engagement and consultation. We have relied on research conducted at state and federal levels to inform our goals, and to capitalise on funding opportunities as they arise. 

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This strategy was adopted by Council on 18 December 2019

The purpose of the Asset Management Plan is to establish the processes for operations, maintenance, renewal, refurbishment and upgrade of assets under the management of the Council based on meeting a level of service. 

The Asset Management Plan was adopted in August 2009 and was prepared in accordance with the following Acts, Regulations and Codes of Practice:

  •   Local Government Act, 1989;
  •   Local Government (Best Value Principles) Act 1999; and
  •   International Infrastructure Management Manual.

Individual (sub) asset management plans have been created for each asset type. These individual (sub) plans are attached to the overall plan as appendices and contain the following information:

  • asset portfolio summary;
  • sub assets details;
  • valuations;
  • current condition summary;
  • intervention level;
  • asset life; and
  • estimated renewal demand.

 This strategy will play a major role in setting strategic direction to improve safety in the Moira Shire through the provision of community education and collaborative partnerships that support sharing information, knowledge, resources and responsibility.

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Capture.PNG Our Disability and Access Inclusion Plan helps us identify, reduce and remove barriers experienced by people with a disability. It guides our ongoing investment in areas including:

  • accessible car parking at key community service sites,
  • improving pedestrian and cycling infrastructure to support use by people with impaired mobility,
  • upgrading public toilets to be wheelchair accessible and
  • active promotion of inclusiveness and participation of people with a disability, in activities, events and festivals held in Moira Shire.

The Victorian Disability Act 2006 requires all public sector bodies to have a Disability Action Plan.

Moira Shire Council has prepared a new Domestic Animal Management Plan 2018-2021 (DAM Plan) in accordance with the Domestic Animals Act 1994. The four-year DAM Plan builds on the previous Domestic Animal Management Plan 2013-2017, creating the framework of the planning, development and evaluation of Councils animal management services and programs. The DAM Plan summarises the professional, consistent and proactive approach undertaken within the municipality.


To ensure Moira Shire retains a thriving, resilient economy into the future, Council has developed its Economic Development Strategy 2019-2023. 

This strategy builds on the existing strengths of the local economy while seeking to embrace new opportunities that create sustainable diversity and resilience.

Council will encourage existing businesses to become more sustainable. It will support development opportunities that enhance the Shire’s long-term economic, environmental and social sustainability.

Economic Development Strategy.PNG(PDF, 2MB)

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