Your rates are essential to help keep our City running. They are used to fund facilities, infrastructure and services to ensure City of Ryde is The place to be for lifestyle and opportunity at your doorstep.
The below information provides a snapshot of where Council’s income is derived from, how your rates are going to spent over the next financial year and top-10 programs of capital works.
For more detailed information on Council’s activities, view our Four-Year Delivery Program and One-Year Operational Plan, which outline the services, projects and programs planned for our future. Council’s Annual Report also provides a snapshot of Council’s performance over the past year.
Where does Council's money comes from?
Council's 2020/2021 operating budgeted expenditure allocation is as follows:
Where does the money go?
Council has allocated its income to the following programs:
Included in Council’s 21/22 budget is approximately $97 million of capital works with the top-10 programs:
|Capital Works Program - Top 10 Expenditure Classes
|Road Kerb Renewal
|Road Resurfacing Renewal
|Plant & Fleet Purchases
|Synthetic Playing Surfaces Expansion
|Neighbourhood Centre Renewal
|Stormwater Asset Renewal
|Sportsground Amenities Renewal
|Town Centre & Public Domain Renewal
|Other Capital Works
|Total Capital Works
Income from Council Rates and Charges amount to 66% of total revenue. The summary below shows how Council Rates and Charges are allocated:
View Council’s Four Year Delivery Program for more information.