The Australian Government has committed $500 million to the Local Road and Community Infrastructure Program (LRCI Program) to support jobs, businesses and the resilience of local economies. Local governments have a critical role in delivering vital services and ensuring the quality of life for communities across Australia.
Councils will be able to access the funding from 1 July 2020 to support delivery of priority local road and community infrastructure projects. Councils will be able to select the projects to be funded in their community according to priorities at the local level. Projects need to be additional to councils pre-COVID work plans and must be completed by the end of the 2020-21 financial year.
Funding for our region’s councils are:
District Council of Ceduna $529,407
District Council of Cleve $483,287
District Council of Elliston $498,641
District Council of Franklin Harbour $303,556
District Council of Kimba $389,012
District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula $508,294
Maralinga Tjarutja $136,599
City of Port Lincoln $306,196
District Council of Streaky Bay $551,708
District Council of Tumby Bay $348,744
The City of Whyalla $467,667
Wudinna District Council $484,719
Yalata Anangu Aboriginal Corporation $125,977