Council is on-track to invest over $219 million in its capital works program, which spans the region’s road network, water and sewer services, the local environment , community facilities, and open space and recreation facilities.
Mayor Jane Smith said a status report as at September 30 identified that the majority of capital works projects are on schedule for delivery this financial year.
“Our capital works program is a key part of our contract with the Central Coast community,” Mayor Smith said.
“We monitor our capital works projects carefully to ensure we can make contingencies for any factors that may delay projects such as wet weather.” Some of Council’s capital works program includes 574 roads and drainage projects, 185 water and sewerage projects, 61 open space and recreation projects, and 40 projects to enhance our natural and environmental assets.
Source: Media release, Oct 30 Central Coast Council media