The State Government is undertaking a grade separation to remove the Buckley Street level crossing in Essendon. This landmark project will have significant implications for the liveability of the growing Essendon Junction precinct and it is critical we get this once in a life-time opportunity right!
We are developing ideas and plans for the short and long-term evolution of the city. These plans will be informed by your ideas and research on how we can make the city more liveable for current and future generations.
We are looking for recipe submissions from local young people who would like to be featured in a special youth edition of our popular A Taste of Moonee Valley recipe book.
Upcoming events either run or sponsored by us, as well as information about holding your event.
Discover Your Own Backyard and support local business. Take visiting friends and relatives out and about and experience all that Moonee Valley has to offer.
Find out more about arts and culture in Moonee Valley including our facilities; the Clocktower Centre and Incinerator Gallery.
Do you want to spend some time getting involved in your community, doing something you care about, meeting people, and gaining new skills or experiences?
Essendon Traffic School is a mini road set up for kids aged three to ten, complete with road signs, railway bells and traffic lights. It is a safe place for kids to practice riding their bicycles and learn about road rules.
Find out where your nearest skate park is.
Information for walkers and cyclists in Moonee Valley including walking maps and rules about shared paths.
Love to gym, swim, golf? Stay active by visiting our various leisure facilities.
Events in March
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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