AlburyCity News
What’s happening in our community
Tuesday 10 May 2022

Hi there,

How beautiful does our city look as our streets turn golden with autumn leaves?

The change of season is definitely with us, and it brings some exciting opportunities to have your say on important things happening in your community. 

In this issue we'll also chat with Councillor David Thurley, and let you know about upcoming events in our city.

Enjoy your AlburyCity News!


At this week's Council Meeting, our Councillors resolved to fly the Ukrainian National flag in place of the AlburyCity flag for two months to show solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and people of Ukrainian descent in our community.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Ukraine during this difficult time.

Council Meeting

Cr David Thurley brings a wealth of experience and knowledge as one of our longest serving Councillors, currently in his third term!

He's passionate about giving back to his community with his involvement in a variety of committees, focusing on celebrating our local Indigenous culture and our recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hear from Cr Thurley

We’re pleased to present the draft AlburyCity Budget for 2022-23, and hope you will take the time to review the plan, and see the many exciting projects that are in store for our community.

The budget for the coming year has been developed considering your input and feedback, and aligns with the things you told us were important during consultation for our Albury 2050 Community Strategic Plan.

Frank Zaknich , CEO

What's in the budget

Deputy Mayor Steve Bowen chats to Team Leader Project Delivey Isaac Greene about the progress of the Albury Riverside Precinct Project along our spectacular Murray River.

New boardwalks, a floating dock, carparking, lighting, landscaping and new pathways along the river’s edge will make your Murray River experience even more memorable.

Your Murray River

We're partnering with Wodonga Council to develop MOVE: The Albury Wodonga Integrated Transport Strategy.

MOVE will provide a 10-year action plan to improve travel, safety and access and we want to hear from you.


Our draft Reconciliation Action Plan 2022-2024 (RAP) is now available for your feedback.

The plan will lead to better outcomes across health, wellbeing, education, culture and economic participation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 

Have your Say

The draft Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2022-2026 (DIAP) provides a range of practical actions we can take to be more inclusive through programming, education, events, access to information and infrastructure improvements.

We'd love to hear what you think.

Share your Thoughts

Critically acclaimed Australian act, Hussy Hicks - led by soulful vocalist Leesa Gentz and guitar whiz Julz Parker - will be heading to Music in the Gardens on Sunday 15 May.

Get Singing
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Albury NSW 2640
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