Health & wellbeing planning

Our Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan is integrated into our Council Plan 2017-21. By integrating these plans, our aim is to improve the quality of life for all people who live, work, learn and play in Moonee Valley by ensuring health and wellbeing matters are prioritised across all areas of Council.

About the plan

The Council Plan was formally approved and adopted by Council at its meeting on 27 June 2017. The plan consists of five themes shaped by the community vision, Moonee Valley Next Generation (MV2035):

  • Friendly and safe
  • Green, clean and beautiful
  • Sustainable living
  • Vibrant and diverse
  • Resilient organisation

Our health and wellbeing priorities for 2017-21 are:

  • gender equity and prevention of violence against women
  • active transport
  • mental health and alcohol and other drugs
  • reducing inequalities
  • creating liveable neighbourhoods
  • employment

The plan reflects valuable contributions from community, health service representatives and other levels of Government. It sets out an ambitious set of objectives and strategies that Council will work on with partners over the next four years.

Our health and wellbeing commitments and priorities are informed by:

There are a number of documents that support the delivery and evaluation of our health and wellbeing commitments. These include:

  • A Health and Wellbeing Plan Action Plan (pdf, 
  • A Health and Wellbeing Evaluation Framework

View the Action Plan and Evaluation Framework (pdf, 1.5MB) (docx, 2.1MB).

Annual Health and Wellbeing progress reports will be included in the above document once available.

Our community

Our Municipal Profile tells the story of our health and wellbeing status. The profile can be used to draw attention to health priorities and opportunities for action in the next four years.

Our profile (pdf, 14.2MB) includes data about our community, such as our demographic information, health and wellbeing status and details about the environment in which we live in.

More information about our community:

More information

If you require more information about Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Planning, contact our Community Development team team on 9243 8888 or email 

Last updated: Thursday, 23 August 2018, 11:35 PM