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Get involved with Seymour War Memorial Outdoor Pool Community Reference Group

Council is seeking applications from the community to form the Seymour War Memorial Outdoor Pool (SWMOP) Community Reference Group. Attend an information session 7-9pm, Monday 8 August 2016 at Seymour Sports and Aquatic Centre. It is anticipated the Committee of approx 10 interested people will meet in Seymour monthly September 2016 - April 2017 to help drive increased patronage and implement strategies to ensure the total operational cost to the community remains as low as possible...

Hadfield Park Public Safety Initiatives

Mitchell Shire Council is committed to creating a safer and more involved community by working with all stakeholders to improve public safety, and enhance community perceptions of safety in public spaces. An opportunity to apply for a Department of Justice grant has arisen to implement measures to improve public safety and security infrastructure. We want your views and opinions on the proposed safety measures we would like to implement via a short survey on Engaging Mitchell plus any suggestions public safety could be increased in Hadfield Park, Wallan. The survey will be open until 10th August 2016.

Mitchell Volunteer Surveys Now Open on Engaging Mitchell

We are seeking feedback about volunteering to support volunteer participation in Mitchell from all types of volunteers - informal and formal Volunteers, past and present - and those who wish to volunteer but have not done so (what are the barriers, how would you get involved). Responses will inform the development of a Volunteer Framework to outline the vision and guidelines/standards for volunteer engagement and development in Mitchell Shire. Surveys will be open until 15 August 2016.

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National Tree Day this Sunday

National Tree Day is on this Sunday 31 July. We're hosting plantings at Sam DeGabrielle Reserve in Kilmore and the Goulburn River Walking Trail in Seymour. There a number of community planting sites that we're also supporting with native plants, guards and stakes.

Help Shape Volunteering In Mitchell and Win

Have you ever volunteered with a community group, club, association or organisation in Mitchell Shire? Do you live in Mitchell and volunteer elsewhere? Council would like to hear from you. Council is calling on past and present volunteers - as well as residents who have never volunteered, but are interested - to complete an online survey...

Mitchell Shire Youth Council to Be Sworn In

Twelve emerging youth leaders will be sworn in to the sixth Mitchell Shire Youth Council on Monday night (18 July).

New funding arrangements secure continued Neighbourhood House Program in Broadford

To ensure the community can continue to access a Neighbourhood House program in Broadford, the State Government is transferring funding to Mitchell Shire Council from 22 August 2016. Council is in discussion with groups and users including the Work for the Dole community garden scheme to minimise disruption...

A call for volunteers: National Tree Day

Did you know that spending time in nature can boost your short-term memory, concentration and mood among many other benefits? Later this month, students and community members in Mitchell Shire are encouraged to disconnect from technology and do something positive for their health and the environment by taking part in National Tree Day planting activities.

Don’t forget to bring your photo ID when you visit a Resource Recovery Centre

New fees for non-residents and non-ratepayers are now in place at Mitchell Shire Council’s Resource Recovery Centres in Broadford, Seymour, Pyalong and Wallan.

New Customer and Library Service Centre Opening Hours Starting Friday

Residents are reminded that the operating hours for Mitchell Shire Customer and Library Service Centres are reducing by 15 hours a week on 1 July 2016.

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