- Last updated:
- 22 Sep 2020
Council worked hard to deliver the lowest possible rate rise to its customers despite rising costs and the impact of de-amalgamation.
The average ratepayer will pay little more than a dollar a week extra and will continue to receive quality services and infrastructure.
This budget delivers schemes which encourage investment and creates jobs. This will support the long-term economic success of the region.
- balanced budget—$538 million
- $109 million Capital Works Program
- general rate increase of 5%
- 7.4% increase in waste charges
- no increase in levies
- pensioner discount continues, about $3.3 million
- early payment discount continues, about $7.8 million
- bottom line increase of just over $1 per week.
Council adopted the 2013/14 budget at a special meeting on 25 June 2013.
The budget was developed in conjunction with:
- council’s Operational Plan 2013-2014
and in accordance with
- council’s Financial Sustainability Plan 2010-2020
Budget 2013/14 news
- A budget for a sustainable future
- A budget for a sustainable economy
- A budget for the future of roads
- A budget for the future of Sunshine Coast lifestyle
- Council keeps the lid on rubbish prices
You can access separate sections of council's 2013/14 budget from the listing below or download council's 2013/14 Budget Book.
2013/14 Budget Schedules
The 2013/14 Budget Schedules were presented as attachments to the budget adoption report. The schedules include:
- Statement of Income and Expenses
- Change in Rates and Utility Charges
- Statement of Financial Position
- Statement of Changes in Equity
- Statement of Cash Flow
- Measures of Financial Sustainability
- Schedule of Capital Works
- 2013/14 Ten-Year Capital Works Program
The following were presented as attachments to the budget report:
- 2012/2013 Budget Details
- 2011/2012 Budget Details
- 2010/2011 Budget Details
- 2009/2010 Budget Details
- 2008/2009 Budget Details