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Find out more about community gardens, street trees and how to get involved with Moonee Valley community environment groups.

If you are planning an event, we have resources to assist you in making it a green event.

We are supporting good environmental business decisions by aiming to make our buildings carbon neutral. Read more about the green precinct project where we dramatically reduced emissions and energy use around some key council buildings.

Did you the know that we have a program to guide businesses to be more green? Find out more about green business programs.

Get a copy of the travelsmart map and find out more about sustainable transport.

Schools and community groups are invited to borrow ‘Volcano Dreaming’, a large portable exhibition which provides a visual history of the stunning Victorian volcanic plains.

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We are continuing to reduce greenhouse emissions by upgrading public lighting to more energy efficient technologies. The changeover is part of a multi-council project called 'Lighting the West',...

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To celebrate our childcare, preschool and child health centres becoming carbon neutral we’d like to help you make your home carbon neutral too. Download your free Zero Carbon Kids tips and...

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If you are organising a market, festival or school fete you may want to borrow the Community Recycling Trailer. Schools, community groups and non-government organisations in Moonee Valley are all...

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This project aims to restore and strengthen the open space corridor along the Maribyrnong River, Steele Creek and associated parks and reserves in Moonee Valley over a 6 month period. There are...

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No matter what size your business is, being sustainable can help improve your business performance and profitability.

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Our network of street trees plays an important role in representing the character and identity of Moonee Valley. We have more than 50,000 street trees with a balance of both native and exotic...

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There are currently eight community gardens in Moonee Valley. The gardens are spread across the council area on reserves, at neighbourhood houses and on public housing estates. The...

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Would you like to: learn more about your local environment? get out and about in local parks and reserves? be part of a passionate community group? If the answer is yes,...

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Local shoppers, did you know that there are lots of environmentally friendly ways you can shop in Moonee Valley? Check out our  fact sheet which lists the local businesses that provide...

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