Have your say

Throughout the year, we ask the community to provide their ideas, input and feedback in a number of ways to ensure Council decision-making is informed and takes into consideration the views of our community.

Check back to this page regularly for updates on opportunities for you to have your say on issues affecting your local area!

Current opportunities

Click on the project title to find more information.

Project Key dates Relating suburbs

Draft park master plans

Following consultation late last year, we have developed draft master plans for five parks across Moonee Valley:

  • AJ Davis Reserve, Airport West
  • Buckley Park, Essendon
  • Clifton Park, Aberfeldie
  • Overland Reserve, Keilor East
  • Woodlands Park and Salmon Reserve, Essendon

We’re holding information sessions at these parks during June in order to gather information from nearby residents and park users.

Information sessions: throughout June

Airport West



Keilor East

Recent opportunities

The following table provides a summary of recent opportunities which have now closed. Click on the project title to find more information.

Project  Key dates  Relating suburbs 

Portfolio Advisory Committees

Are you passionate about your local community? Be part of shaping Moonee Valley’s future by being a representative on one of our Portfolio Advisory Committees. These committees will support strategy and policy development and will provide an opportunity for community input into Council decision making

Expressions of interest: 10 April - 12 May Moonee Valley wide

2017/18 Proposed Annual Budget

This proposed budget takes into account the funding of over 200 services to the local community as well as building and upgrading millions of dollars’ worth of capital works including managing our ageing assets.

Feedback: 15 April - 14 May Moonee Valley wide

Draft Council Plan 2017-21

The draft plan describes how we will work over the next four years to achieve the community’s vision for Moonee Valley: A city of clean, green and beautiful, vibrant, diverse and sustainable communities that people experience as friendly and safe to live in.

Feedback: 15 April - 14 May Moonee Valley wide

Survey privacy

We abide by a number of research specific privacy and ethical considerations when conducting research with the community. Find out more about our survey research.

More information

For more information on any of the listed consultations, call us on 9243 8888 or email council@mvcc.vic.gov.au

Last updated: Wednesday, 21 June 2017, 4:39 AM