Our Economy

In talking with our communities while developing the Albury 2030 Community Strategic Plan and Wodonga 2033 Vision, we heard a clear message that the councils should work more closely together to achieve a number of goals under the four pillars of Our Economy, The Environment, Our Community and Partnering in Leadership.

The actions listed underneath these goals indicate the ways in which we hope to work together to achieve these aspirations for the future. An Action Plan has been developed following the public exhibition of the Two Cities One Community Strategic Plan. The Action Plan details how and when projects will be delivered, and we will report back to the community on the progress of these actions as part of the implementation process.

Our Goals

1.1

We have managed the growth and development of our community for the betterment of all

1.2

We are a destination that offers a variety of experiences, attractions and events

1.3

We promote business, investment and jobs

1.4

Public transport and connectivity meets community needs

1.5

We are a destination of choice for new residents considering a ‘city change’
Community Aspirations

We want council to plan and cater for
increased population growth.

We want you to continue to promote
business, investment and growth.

We want improved public transport
and parking.

More opportunities for development
and jobs

We are really excited to publish our new Community Strategic Plan. It defines our Two Cities One Community mission and the long-term goals for our Partnership.

Have a say

The Two Cities One Community initiative has identified a number of projects on which our Councils can collaborate.

Do you have any suggestions for how we can work closer together? Maybe some ideas for joint projects?

We want to hear your views and ideas for greater cooperation and collaboration.

We will listen to your suggestions and consider each Council's budget and resource capacity when updating the Action Plan.


The Two Cities One Community Action Plan 2017-2021 has been adopted. This Action Plan details our shared long-term goals.