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Metro to work with us to retain heritage tree

Yesterday we met with Metro about the future of the more than 100-year-old River Red Gum at Newmarket Station. Metro has committed to working with us on a solution to retaining the heritage-listed River Red Gum. “We are very pleased that Metro is taking our concerns seriously and consideration is being given to protecting and…
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Twilight Market 2020

Celebrate cultural diversity at twilight market

Join us for our second annual Twilight Market in Flemington as part of Cultural Diversity Week.

Job initiative wins award

A Council program that has helped more than a hundred Flemington Housing Estate residents secure paid work has won a prestigious award.

Keeping you connected

You may have heard some chatter in the community about the phone towers at Walter Street Reserve in Ascot Vale. Well, here’s the latest. Walter Street Reserve is currently home to two telecommunication towers which support mobile phone providers Vodaphone, Telstra and Optus. Some of our community have been rallying for these towers to be…
Newmarket skyline

Update on our fight to save heritage-listed tree

Moonee Valley City Council and Metro Trains are continuing to work together to try and find a way forward in relation to the trees at the Newmarket Railway Station.

Young people stepping up to Clean Up!

Young Moonee Valley residents are hitting the streets to help tackle the climate emergency.

Council ramps up fight to save Newmarket tree

Council has written to Metro today requesting no removal work is done on the heritage-listed river red gum at Newmarket Station until all issues have been resolved. Metro last week agreed to cease work until tomorrow (Friday, 14 February 2020). Guaranteeing the tree’s survival on a week by week basis has caused some concern among…

Afton Street pedestrian bridge closure

We're temporarily closing the Afton Street Pedestrian Bridge for works.

Thinking of running for Council?

We're holding candidate information sessions ahead of the October elections.

Path closed while repairs made to defective drain

Work is underway to fix the hole that emerged in heavy rain

Help our community help fire victims

There's plenty of ways Moonee Valley residents can help those in need.

Driver mentor program gets green light

You can help some of our newest residents get their licence.

Mayor sells The Big Issue

It was role reversal at Puckle Street today

Creating a fairer Moonee Valley

Have your say to help make Moonee Valley a healthier, safer and more welcoming place.

Changing the world one bread tag at a time

Find out how your old bread tags can be turned into wheelchairs

What the new airport runway means for Moonee Valley

One of our major concerns is the lack of public transport to accommodate the growth.

Local jobs for local people

More than 100 jobs have been found for some of our most disadvantaged residents.

Helping youth to thrive

Mental health is one of the biggest concerns facing our young people.

Flemington Library reopening

There's good news for those with overdue fines!

Housing estate up for discussion with DHHS

In an aim to gain State support for the Flemington Housing Estate Precinct, we’re considering working with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to jointly plan the future of the precinct. We are committed to protecting and improving Debneys Park and ensuring no net loss of open space in the precinct, developing a…

Ascot Vale Leisure Centre revamped

After months of tireless work by our staff and construction crews the changerooms at Ascot Vale Leisure Centre opened earlier this month weeks ahead of schedule. This comes after a burst sewer pipe put the leisure centre out of action for a couple of weeks back in March and forced the closure of the changerooms.…

Walk to School. Are you up for the challenge?

Throughout October, roads throughout the area will come alive with thousands of local students taking up the Walk to School Challenge. VicHealth’s Walk to School Month encourages children to walk, ride or scoot to and from school during October and reap the benefits of healthy habits. The Walk to School Month is an essential part…

Hard waste collection open for business

Did you know that unwanted hard rubbish can now be collected through a new at-call hard waste collection service? Our new at-call hard waste collection service is now open for bookings for services starting Tuesday, 1 October. That’s right. This free serve will offer residents far greater flexibility to have your unwanted hard rubbish picked…

Recycling resumes in Moonee Valley

Recycling is back to normal today following the reopening of SKM’s Laverton North plant after a two month closure. We’ve entered into an interim agreement with SKM receivers KordaMentha until 31 October 2019, with the hopes a new buyer will be found before then. This means all of our yellow bin kerbside collections will now…

Snake and swooping season has arrived

Spring has arrived and it’s the perfect time to get out and explore your neighbourhood! We’ve put together some helpful tips to make sure you keep safe when sharing the outdoors with our protected wildlife. During spring many native birds, including magpies, have chicks and become protective of their nests. How to avoid being swooped:…

Sports & Health

Ascot Vale kids walk to success

A whopping 95 per cent of students walked to school!

Family

Doggy doo’s and don’ts

How to keep your pet safe and happy these holidays

Shhhh! Quiet Storytime is here.

There’s no doubt Storytime is a favourite amongst local families and one of the most popular activities on offer in our libraries. We also know that for some kids, Storytime can be a challenge. The noise, the numbers and the occasional organised chaos can all just be a little too much. But we don’t want…

Environment

Newmarket skyline

Update on our fight to save heritage-listed tree

Moonee Valley City Council and Metro Trains are continuing to work together to try and find a way forward in relation to the trees at the Newmarket Railway Station.

Young people stepping up to Clean Up!

Young Moonee Valley residents are hitting the streets to help tackle the climate emergency.

Council ramps up fight to save Newmarket tree

Council has written to Metro today requesting no removal work is done on the heritage-listed river red gum at Newmarket Station until all issues have been resolved. Metro last week agreed to cease work until tomorrow (Friday, 14 February 2020). Guaranteeing the tree’s survival on a week by week basis has caused some concern among…