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Draft Seymour Structure Plan out now

We've released the draft Seymour Structure Plan for input. We're holding drop-in sessions and a listening post. Please visit our Engaging Mitchell site for more details.

Whiteheads Creek Draft Flood Maps ready for input

The draft maps for the Whiteheads Creek Flood Mapping and Intelligence Study are complete, and we're running three drop in sessions to gather your input. Please see the Engaging Mitchell site for more details.

How can we be more 'age-friendly'?

Council's Positive Ageing Ambassadors are calling on Mitchell Shire's older population to get involved and have your say on how our community can become more 'age-friendly'.

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Broadford Living and Learning Centre transformation begins

A major upgrade set to transform Broadford Living and Learning Centre into a modern and vibrant community hub has begun.

Soccer pitch to become more accessible to community thanks to lighting upgrade

Evening training sessions for users of Broadford Secondary College’s soccer pitch are about to become a whole lot brighter thanks to a major lighting upgrade.

Put your kitchen scraps and garden waste to work with a compost bin or worm farm

Cut down the amount of waste going into your household bin, with Mitchell Shire Council offering a rebate of up to 50 per cent on compost bins and worm farms at selected local traders this September*.

Your chance to shape the future of Broadford’s Sutherland Reserve

The playground at Sutherland Reserve in Broadford is in need of a makeover – and Council is calling on the community to tell us what they’d like included.

View the Whiteheads Creek flood maps and let us know your thoughts

Mitchell Shire Council is hosting information sessions to update the Seymour community on the Whiteheads Creek Flood Mapping Project and to tap into their local flood knowledge.

Growth statistics confirm Mitchell’s population is booming

Mitchell Shire has cemented its status as one of Victoria’s fastest growing municipalities.

Students encouraged to get active by taking part in Walk to School this October

Attention all primary students – it’s time to lace up your shoes and get moving, with VicHealth’s Walk to School program strolling into town this October.

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