The City of Whittlesea will run an exciting Family Nature Club in Thomastown, South Morang and Whittlesea Township during term 2.
Businesses, clubs and schools that display signs on their properties are invited to have their say on new signage policy.
The City of Whittlesea’s Proposed Budget 2021/22 paves the way for our community to recover, restore and revive after a year of COVID-19 uncertainty.
The building might be under construction, but that isn’t stopping Wollert East Kindergarten from taking enrollments for its three- and four-year-old kindergarten program next year.
Planting 500,000 more trees in the next five years and increasing the percentage of “green” coverage in the City of Whittlesea by 2040 are some of the goals of Council’s new Greening Whittlesea – City Forest Strategy.
The City of Whittlesea’s Panel of Administrators, which acts as the “Council”, has provided a detailed report on its work to restore good governance and organisational stability while representing the best interests of the community in the first 12 months since being appointed by the Victorian Government.
Mud pies and stick stews will be on the menu next week as children become bush explorers and celebrate Nature Play Week, April 14-25.
We're looking at how we can better encourage responsible pet ownership and minimise the potential for pets to create a nuisance and we want to hear from you.
A $2 billion major development in Epping kicked off today with a promise to deliver more jobs, much-needed housing diversity and an economic boost for the City of Whittlesea.
Annual cat and dog registrations are due for payment by 9 April 2021.