The Brimbank council has adopted a 20-year plan to help shape the future needs of community services and infrastructure across the municipality.
Mayor Lucinda Congreve said the Community Services and Infrastructure Plan 2018-2038 was a vital tool in guiding future investment in infrastructure projects and services.
“Brimbank is evolving. It is a dynamic, bustling and growing community at the heart of Melbourne’s booming west,” she said.
“Council recognises the importance of being innovative and future-focused as we respond to Brimbank’s changing community needs over the next 20 years.”
Cr Congreve said a number of vital areas are covered in the report.
“The plan covers access to wide-ranging community facilities and services that are modern and flexible including community health, meeting spaces, early years services, libraries, neighbourhood houses, and arts and culture,” she said.