The Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Strategy aims to conserve and protect Brimbank's Aboriginal objects, places and landscapes, both known and unrecorded.
Our Activity Centre Strategy helps us support local centres to provide jobs, amenities, services, places for recreation and meeting spaces for the community.
The Biodiversity Strategy helps us protect and increase the diversity and sustainability of our remnant vegetation and fauna habitat.
This long-term land use, activity and transport strategy seeks to improve amenity, economic, image, infrastructure, and environmental outcomes for the Brooklyn precinct.
Our Children’s Strategy guides our work to ensure that the built and natural environments enable children to learn, develop, play, connect, feel welcome and safe
Our Cultural Strategy outlines how Council will support cultural development and sustainable delivery of services to the local community. 
Our Cycling and Walking Strategy Update outlines 32 strategic network improvements which have been categorized into High, Medium and Low priority. The top eight highest priority network improvements have been broken into 12 sub-routes, costing approximately $9 million.
The Strategy consists of four key themes designed to unlock opportunities and address limitations to local economic growth through to 2027.
The Experience Brimbank Visitor Strategy is a specific action of the Economic Development Strategy 2016-2020 and contributes to our goal of growing industry and development in the local visitor economy.
The Fairness, Equality and Respect Strategy 2019-23 aims to promote gender equality and respectful relationships, and prevent family violence and violence against women.
The Greenhouse Reduction Strategy 2013-2023 is part of our commitment to reduce greenhouse emissions (climate change mitigation) under the Brimbank Sustainability Framework.
The Brimbank Heritage Strategy outlines our program of identifying, protecting, managing and promoting Brimbank's heritage assets.
The Home and Housed Housing Strategy ensures that housing growth is managed into the future
These guidelines guide and evaluate applications for subdivisions and development.
The Industrial Land Strategy 2018 - 2030 sets out Council's vision for its industrial precincts.
The Strategy guides the development of the Libraries and Learning Department’s annual business plans. It provides a framework for planning and developing collections, community engagement, and online services.
Our Lifelong Learning Strategy seeks to achieve better learning outcomes throughout Brimbank.
Council developed the Natural Heritage Strategy 1997 after reviewing the condition and extent of the city's natural heritage
The Neighbourhood Houses in Brimbank have collaborated to develop a single vision: A collaborative partnership aimed at building resilient, healthy and connected communities.
This Agreement between Council and non-Council managed Houses/Community Centres articulates the statement of shared, vision, principles and values of the Agreement
The Parking strategy establishes Council’s vision that parking in Brimbank is managed to improve economic vitality, urban amenity and to support sustainable transport choices through parking options that balance the requirements of residents, special user groups, visitors, business and commuters.
The Physical Activity Strategy is Council’s commitment to support and develop physical activity participation as part of its broader health and wellbeing approach.
The Public toilet strategy ensures that the most frequently visited parks and public places within the city have an equitable provision of public toilets.
Our Response Strategy assisted us in articulating a draft vision for the Western Rail Plan, which includes the Melbourne Airport Rail Link, the Sunshine Super Hub, Melton and Wyndham rail lines electrification and the fast rail to Geelong and Ballarat.
The Safe and Inclusive Brimbank 2020-24 Strategy aims for Brimbank to be a welcoming and diverse community where people feel safe, included and able to contribute and participate.
Three key Urban Design Principles have been prepared to guide the development of rail projects being delivered by Rail Projects Victoria along the Melbourne
The Sustainable Water Management Strategy 2013-2023 is part of Council’s vision for a water sensitive City with healthy waterways, under the Brimbank Sustainability Framework.
Brimbank City Council’s Transport priorities paper (TPP) provides a summary of the key transport-related issues that are important to the Brimbank community.
The Urban Forest Strategy will ultimately be used to guide the future greening of Brimbank.
The Volunteer Strategy 2018-2022 (PDF 677KB) recognises the value of volunteering for the Brimbank community.
The Waste Recycling and Litter Strategy 2018-2028 will help us create a cleaner, greener and more sustainable environment for Brimbank into the future.
The Final Brimbank Response Strategy to Western Rail Plan will assist Council in articulating a draft vision for the Western Rail Plan, which includes the Melbourne Airport Rail Link, the Sunshine Super Hub, Melton and Wyndham rail lines electrification and the fast rail to Geelong and Ballarat.
Our response to Brimbank's high youth unemployment rate.
Recognising the needs of young people who live, study, socialise or work in Brimbank and the key role they play in shaping our communities and society now and into the future.