Councillor Andrea Surace

Ward: Rose Hill (Airport West, Avondale Heights, Keilor East, Niddrie, most of Essendon West and part of Strathmore Heights)

Portfolio: Integrated Transport

Phone: 0408 309 435

Email: asurace@mvcc.vic.gov.au

Rose Hill Ward June/July update 

MV2040 will be our long-term plan to deliver a fair, green, beautiful, connected and thriving city. Thank you to everyone who gave us feedback on our draft MV2040 Strategy.
The final strategy is expected at a June Council Meeting for endorsement. We advocate for the interests of our community including seeking support from State and Federal Governments for high-priority services and infrastructure.

Our new Advocacy Strategy outlines how we’ll advocate for important projects, including East Keilor Leisure Centre, the Moonee Ponds Creek revitalisation and increased tree canopy across Moonee Valley.

About Cr Surace

Tell us about yourself

I am a resident of Avondale Heights where I have raised three children. I run a small business in Keilor East. I am interested and passionate about community issues and what affects our neighbourhood and local environment.

What five words best describe you?

  1. Honest
  2. Tolerant
  3. Friendly
  4. Ambitious
  5. Family oriented

What do you hope to achieve in your term as Councillor?

  • Improvement in public transport options and connection, for example, extending the 59 tram and a rain link between Melbourne Airport and the CBD
  • Better communication between developers, Council and residents
  • Improved road infrastructure - collaboration and integration with neighbouring municipalities and their impact on Council
  • Development of Canning Street Reserve to further enhance it
  • Netball courts established and continued growth of our sporting venues for the youth and wider community within the municipality

What do you think are Moonee Valley's greatest strengths?

  • Surrounded by waterways which also run through the municipality
  • Community spirit and diversity
  • Multiculturalism
  • Interaction and communities supporting each other
  • Choices of shopping precincts, services and infrastructure
Last updated: Friday, 25 May 2018, 4:52 AM