Do you want to know which projects are occurring in your town or village over the next 12 months? Do you want to know why one project takes priority over another, or why one road is being sealed but another road isn’t?

It’s important for residents to understand and play a part in Yass Valley Council’s Draft Integrated Planning and Reporting Documents, which include the proposed budget, rates, fees and charges, projects, and programs for the 2022/23 period.

These documents are on public exhibition between now and 5:00pm on Monday, June 6 and include the:

The community can have its say on these documents by providing written feedback, attending our Council’s Community Roadshows between May 17 – June 1, or emailing During these dates, Council’s Executive Management Team and Councillors will visit each of the towns and villages to present the proposed documents.

“We are thrilled to be able to hit the road again after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19,” said Yass Valley Mayor Allan McGrath.

“The Community Roadshows allow us to present these important documents and hear directly from residents. Their engagement, feedback, and suggestions are extremely important as these documents are ultimately shaped by the community.”