Latest Whittlesea City Council News

Helping empower communities
New road connection provides essential north-south link
Walking and cycling paths planned for Mill Park and South Morang
Student artworks bring Christmas cheer
Service changes over festive season
Traffic lights improve safety at busy Doreen intersection
Construction ploughs ahead at McLeans Road Kindergarten
Food waste processing to remain local
Annual Report highlights achievements
Council to explore two options for Mernda sports hub
Refocusing Australia Day
Budget promises school upgrades and hospital site
Toy and food appeal drives Christmas hope
Fire prevention inspection program
Young people come together for Youth Week
New community hub opens in Wollert
Mernda COVID testing site on move
Customer Service centre to reopen to public
Have a say on new Plenty River Trail
Prepare your property for fire season
Whittlesea Swim Centre opens this week
New plan launched in pursuit of zero net carbon emissions
Encouraging women and girls to play sport
Road extension to unlock access to employment and community hubs
Local artists and creative communities get funding boost
Council’s smart technology awarded
Funding supports rural landowners to generate sustainable practices
New Directors appointed
Pedestrian-operated crossing underway at High Street, Thomastown
Taking care of our older people
Belgravia Leisure wins major tender
Epping North pop up testing site
Trying to call us?
Last chance for businesses to finish grant application
Local businesses get ready for outdoor dining
Safe pools are great pools
Recognising and celebrating our carers
New campaign launched to highlight small businesses
Road safety improvements proposed for Masons Road
Dining out on an alfresco recovery plan
Supporting our local arts scene
One shot at a time
Advocacy for preventing family violence steps up as Coroner hands down report
COVID-19 testing at Mill Park
Council appoints community-driven CEO
Major funding win for community projects
Council election information one click away on VEC website
Funding boost for popular basketball stadium