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Social media allows us to engage with our community in new ways. It presents new opportunities to promote our city as vibrant place to live and provides a platform for active discussion and the exchange of ideas.
The ways we use social media platforms are evolving all the time.
Follow our accounts to keep up-to-date on the latest news, events, programs, consultations and service updates, to ask general enquiries and provide feedback, or just to catch a glimpse of our stunning city.
Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, Twitter etc, have become a way of life for many people. These platforms are an integral part of many people’s lives, and allow people to connect, communicate and share their lives online. However, if used inappropriately, these platforms can cause serious problems.
Below is a list of dos and don'ts to ensure your voice is heard.
- give us your input and opinions
- treat other people and organisations with respect
- read relevant material before posting
- stay on topic
- post personal information about another person, including name, if they have not already provided it - this includes identifying a member of Council staff by name
- defame other people or organisations. These are comments that harm the reputation of a person or organisation
- post things that could be considered intolerant of a person's race, culture, appearance, gender, sexual orientation, religion or age
- post advertisements or SPAM this includes political material
- link to inappropriate, offensive or illegal material
- insult or attack individuals or organisations
- post irrelevant comments
We reserve the right to remove comments that include any of the above, and will remove or ban any user who:
- continues to post comments such as those listed above
- uses offensive images as their profile picture, for example, sexually explicit images
- has an offensive user name
All comments left on our spaces are on public display. Remember to be diligent with the information you share at all times. Do not post personal information such as home/work addresses, phone numbers or email addresses. Comments containing such information will be removed.
For enquiries where such personal information is necessary, contact us directly.
Please also refer to the following privacy policies:
Our social media channels
- Moonee Valley City Council Facebook
- Moonee Valley City Council Twitter
- Moonee Valley City Council YouTube
- Moonee Valley City Council Instagram
- Moonee Valley City Council LinkedIn
- Moonee Valley Libraries Facebook
- Moonee Valley Libraries Twitter
- Valley Youth Facebook
- Valley Youth Instagram
- Moonee Valley Lost Pets Facebook
- Business in Moonee Valley Facebook
- Clocktower Centre Facebook
- Incinerator Gallery Facebook
- Moonee Valley Active You Facebook