With the beginning of daylight savings and the Summer season approaching property owners are reminded that Victorian Government regulations require pools and spas be registered with Whittlesea Council by 1 November.
Council has partnered with Carers Victoria to provide free health and wellbeing workshops for unpaid carers living in the City of Whittlesea throughout October in recognition of National Carers Week — 11-17 October.
Local council elections will not be held in the City of Whittlesea this year. Whittlesea City Council was dismissed by an Act of Parliament in March 2020. This means that if you are an Australian citizen or ratepayer, you are not required to vote in this council’s election in October 2020.
The City of Whittlesea has launched an exciting campaign designed to help promote local business and help members of the community.
Residents are invited to have their say on proposed improvements to Masons Road in Mernda/Wollert.
Enjoying a meal outside a local establishment this summer could become a new regular dining experience across the City of Whittlesea as hospitality businesses get the go-ahead to expand their floorspace in a COVID-Safe environment.
A new website to support artists living and working in the City of Whittlesea has put a spotlight on unique art, music, dance and other creative forms created locally.
Council has started a community video project that invites people to share their quarantine experience creatively.
Whittlesea City Council will continue to advocate strongly for more local family violence and mental health support services for its community, after a Victorian Coroner’s report into the deaths of four South Asian women by suicide found more needs to be done to help vulnerable women.
DPV Health will be conducting COVID-19 testing at The Stables Shopping Centre in Mill Park on Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 September.