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Q & A on Council Finances

Do you have questions about Mitchell Shire Council’s finances? Have you always wanted to ask a question about Council’s budget, rates and the services? Visit Engaging Mitchell and participate in the Q & A.

Environmental Grants Feedback

Council would like your feedback on the Environmental Grants Program to assist with the evaluation process. Your feedback will be used to inform the review of the program for the 2016/2017 year. Visit Engaging Mitchell and participate in the Survey.

New Rural Landholders Kits

Our Environment Team is seeking feedback on the kits we send out to new landholders. Visit Engaging Mitchell and particpate in the Feedback survey. The survey will be open until 30 September 2015.

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Mitchell Shire 2015 Seniors Concert - Thursday 8 October

Tickets on sale 8.30am 14 September. Features Jade Hurley OAM – Australia’s King of Country Rock. $8 includes light refreshments. Limit of 2 tickets per customer. Call 03 5734 6200 or visit a Mitchell Shire Customer and Library Service Centre.

MAV Rates Comparison

The Municipal Association of Victoria has released its annual rates comparison for councils across the State. Mitchell Shire Council's average rates are $1958 compared to the state average of $1819.

2015-16 Capital Works Program

Mitchell Shire Council will invest nearly $16 million in community assets and infrastructure in 2015/16 as part of its annual capital works program (including some projects carried forward from 2014/15). The capital works program represents an important investment in the growth of the municipality and in supporting Council’s ageing community assets.

Walk, Ride or Scoot To School This October

Families swap traffic time for together time this October. Primary students in Mitchell Shire will be getting active with friends and family this October as they walk to and from school for VicHealth’s Walk to School month. Mitchell Shire Council is pleased to be supporting local schools and families by delivering local Walk to School activities and initiatives that support ongoing active travel.

2015 Worm Farm and Compost Bin Subsidy

Council's 2015 Compost Bin and Worm Farm Subsidy Program begins 5 September. Download the voucher and purchase a compost bin or worm farm from a participating retailer and recieve a subsidy up to $30 for a compost bin and $50 on a worm farm until 11 October 2015.

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