Strategic planning documents

Find out about the service delivery strategy of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, which comprises the Strategic Community Plan, Corporate Business Plan, Asset Management Plan, Long Term Financial Plan and Workforce Plan.


The Strategic Community Plan shapes the service delivery policy of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder for a 10-year period. 

Strategic Community Plan 2015-2025

The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder :

  • Strategic Community Plan (PDF)
  • The plan focuses on 5 Community Aspirations
  • Community - enhance the quality of life and encourage city wide development opportunities
  • Economy - boost opportunities for economic development and tourism
  • Infrastructure - enhance the built environment and provide quality infrastructure
  • Leadership - ensure the City maintains strong civic leadership
  • Environment - protect and where possible enhance the natural environment

The Strategic Community Plan was adopted at the 14 September 2015 Ordinary Council Meeting.  The Corporate Business Plan, Asset Management Plan, Long Term Financial Plan and Workforce Plan are currently in development.

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Growth Plan

The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Growth Plan is an initiative of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder in partnership with the Goldfields-Esperance Development Commission and other key stakeholders, including the State Government, particularly the Department of Regional Development, the State Planning Commission and Landcorp, the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Chamber of Minerals and Energy, Regional Development Australia Goldfields Esperance, the Goldfields Land and Sea Council, key local businesses and mining companies and the local community.

The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Growth Plan is the final plan to be released from the first stage of the Regional Development Council’s Regional Centres Development Plan, and will drive the economic growth of Kalgoorlie Boulder to strengthen its position within the WA economy.
The Growth Plan is focused on developing partnerships between the private and public sectors; responding innovatively to barriers to economic growth; and translating visions and aspirations into potential investment, jobs and greater quality of life.

Substantial community engagement was carried out as part of the Growth Plan development, and the plan provides a clear direction for economic development and diversification, which has been driven by community feedback, and will continue to be driven by industry champions from within the community, as the City pursues the focus areas of the Growth Plan.


Leadership Summit

The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder hosted a Leadership Summit in November 2016. A full report of the Summit, including key issues and recommendations, can be found here.