We’re gearing up for 2016 Midsumma Festival, Melbourne’s annual celebration of queer arts and culture, with several great events happening right here in Moonee Valley.
Got a wonderful project idea, but need help getting it off the ground? Apply for our Community Grants for activities and projects that will enhance wellbeing in Moonee Valley! Round 2 applications close 8 March 2016.
The Facility Based Respite Subsidy is a pilot program offers financial support to residents with disability and their primary carers, by providing a subsidy for stays at Victorian facility based respite services.
Share your stories, photos and ideas for Moonee Ponds Creek and its connected bike trails, pathways and parkland and help us to create a master plan to unlock the potential for this significant area.
Council meetings are open to the general public. There are two kinds of meetings held each month - Ordinary Meetings and Public Forums.
There are three wards that make up our city - Rose Hill, Buckley and Myrnong. Each ward is represented by three Councillors, elected by residents every four years.
Around 118,000 residents or 45,000 households call Moonee Valley home. The community is culturally and linguistically diverse, with more than a quarter of the population born overseas.
Moonee Valley is home to close to 10,000 existing businesses, ranging from sole traders to large multinational companies. We are dedicated to making our city an ideal place to invest and do business.
Are you looking for a job that makes a difference in the community? A workplace which provides opportunity, challenge and balance, and values your skills and professionalism? MVCC may just be the place for you.
We've created a clickable map that allows you to search and view information about bin collections, parks, libraries, community halls, wards, leisure centres and pools and neighbourhood centres.
There are a number of payment options available to pay for Council services, application fees, infringements and rates.
Each year, we produce a number of publications, available here to download in PDF format. Our most widely circulated publication is Valley View, a bi-monthly magazine sent out to all residents.
We are committed to building and maintaining a strong sense of community within our city through work in community health and wellbeing, advocacy, grants programs, citizenship ceremonies and community awards.
The key environmental challenges our community faces today are protecting our natural resources, using resources wisely and minimising everyday environmental impacts. We have developed strategies to help keep our city sustainable.
We offer services and programs to protect the general health of our residents and visitors.
If you're a local school teacher, we provide a number of educational programs for both primary and secondary school children.
Our General Purposes Local Law 2008 covers a range of community issues. Local laws can be made in response to new legislation or to meet local needs.
The latest tenders and assorted public notices.
Everything you need to know about starting up and running a business in Moonee Valley. More about Business in Moonee Valley
Events in February
Moonee Valley City Council respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land - the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, their spirits, ancestors, elders and community members past and present.
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