Murrindindi Shire has endorsed changes to local planning schemes to align with a new state planning structure.
Murrindindi Shire Council will soon be talking with the community about making some changes to the Kinglake Streetscape to improve the look of the town and make it work better for locals and visitors alike.
Murrindindi Shire Council is excited to announce Yea, Toolangi/Castella and Marysville as the locations where the new community planning framework ‘Towards 2030 – Planning Our Future’ will be trialled in 2019.
At its meeting on 28 November 2018, Murrindindi Shire Council will consider a request to amend the Murrindindi Planning Scheme.
From the tallest of Eucalypts to the smallest of ground covers and all the shrubs, herbs, grasses and trees (living and dead) in between, native vegetation is protected by Victorian law.
Murrindindi Shire Council is developing a Tourism and Events Strategy to enhance our Shire’s approach to attracting tourists and to increase the value of tourism to our local economy.
Murrindindi Shire Council Community Safety Officers have reported a spike in the number of complaints about excessively barking dogs.
Did you know that more than 20 percent of Murrindindi Shire residents are active library users? In 2017/18 alone, Council’s library service loaned more than 73,000 physical resources (books, audio books and DVDs) and saw a further 8000 ebooks downloaded. That’s a lot of reading, listening and viewing!
The ‘Aussie Backyard Bird Count’ commences today and ends Sunday 28 October using ‘citizen science’ to track bird numbers and species around the country.
It’s time to have your say and tell Murrindindi Shire what you think of proposed township name changes.