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Strategic Community Plan 2017-2027

The Strategic Community Plan 2017-2027 is a community plan for the future of Esperance

Long Term Financial Plan

The Long Term Financial Plan is a modelling tool which projects the Shire’s financial commitments over the next ten years.

Corporate Business Plan

The Shire of Esperance Corporate Business Plan drives Shire services, operations, and projects over the next four years.

Age Friendly Community Report

Age Friendly Communities Report – “The Plus 55 Community Project”,  identifies how Esperance could be improved as an age-friendly community.

Youth Friendly Community Report

The Youth Friendly Communities Report identifies how Esperance can be more Youth Friendly.

Operational Plans

Operational Plans are strategic documents that influence how the Shire operates on a day to day basis.

Reserve Plans

Public reserves within the Shire of Esperance are maintained by the Shire.

Reconciliation Action Plan

In February 2018, Council resolved to commence formal discussions with relevant organisation representative

Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2020-2025

The Western Australian Disability Services Act (1993) requires all local governments to develop a Disabilit

Esperance Tourism Strategy

The Esperance Tourism Strategy is intended to guide a coordinated approach to tourism  development, sustainable growth and yield improvement within the Esperance region.

Esperance CCTV Strategy

The Esperance CCTV Strategy outlines a phased approach to upgrading CCTV infrastructure around the Esperanc

Public Health Plan 2021-2026

Committing to create environments that support our communities health & wellbeing.

To formalise our commitment to creating environments that support our community’s health and wellbeing, the

Communications & Engagement Strategy

Meaningful communication between the Shire of Esperance and the public is essential for our community’s gro

Mountain Bike Feasibility Study

Almost 20% of the Western Australian population identifies as a bike rider.