Annual Budget


Proposed Budget 2022/23

The Draft Proposed Budget 2022/23 is open for submissions and community feedback until 5pm, Wednesday 11 May 2022.

To find out more and to share your thoughts with us, visit our engagement portal Your City Your Voice.

Annual Budget 2021-22

Maribyrnong Council aims to deliver a responsible and balanced budget that maintains excellence in service delivery, provides a strong capital program and is responsive to the growing needs of our community.

The adopted Annual Budget 2021-22 of $174 million includes a robust capital program.

The Budget has been developed in line with Council’s Long Term Financial Strategy and the Council Plan 2021-2025 to ensure a sustainable future.


Capital Projects include:

  • $12.47 million for parks, open space and streetscapes in capital and improvement works including the planting of trees in streets, boulevards, and parks across the City
  • $9.09 million to improve Council-owned roads across the City
  • $6.65 million to build and improve footpath and cycle ways
  • $7.41 million for recreational, leisure and community facilities
  • $955,000 for off street carparks and other infrastructure
  • $1.25 million in waste management
  • $235,000 for Park Infrastructure Maintenance
  • $5.5 million in City Amenity
  • $2.7 million in Environmental Services
  • $3.3 million in Road Maintenance
  • $515,000 for drainage maintenance
  • $250,000 in Line Marking

Increase to the Pensioner Rate Rebate Scheme

  • The Pensioner Rate Rebate Scheme for all Maribyrnong pensioners eligible to participate in the State Government Pensioner Remission Scheme will increase from $198.20 to $201.30.

COVID-19 Hardship Policy

  • The COVID-19 Financial Hardship policy will be extended until 30 June 2022.