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Draft budget released for input

We've prepared a draft budget for the next year and a draft Strategic Resource Plan for the next four years. Visit our project page to view the draft documents, find out about upcoming information sessions, make an online submission or download our hard copy submission form.

Draft Domestic Animal Plan out now

Following input late last year, we've developed a draft Domestic Animal Management Plan. The four-year plan focuses on improving Council's pound, investigating mandatory de-sexing of cats and a dusk to dawn cat curfew and investigation a possible on-leash dog policy, including the possibility of fenced off-leash areas. We're seeking your input now.

Broadford Structure Plan Community Liaison Group

Mitchell Shire Council is looking for community members to join a Community Liaison Group to help guide the Broadford Structure Plan.

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Beveridge Reserve planned burn this Saturday (21 April)

The CFA plans to conduct (weather permitting) a planned burn at Beveridge Reserve this Saturday.

Borrowing is about to become quicker and easier

Mitchell Shire Libraries is introducing self service kiosks in the coming months.

Broadford Structure Plan Community Liaison Group

Mitchell Shire Council is looking for community members to help guide a plan about the long-term future of Broadford.

Notice of the preparation of an amendment Amendment C128

The Mitchell Shire Council has prepared Amendment C128 to the Mitchell Planning Scheme.

Proposed Discontinuance and Sale of Part of Road -Laneway 04 Wandong

Mitchell Shire Council (Council) gives notice that it proposes to discontinue part of Laneway 04 Wandong.

Consideration of Discontinuance and Sale of Part of Road - Beauview Drive Wallan

Mitchell Shire Council (Council) gives notice that it is considering the discontinuance of part of Beauview Drive Wallan.

Outdoor pool season wraps up after bumper summer

A bumper summer saw the number of people who walked through the gates of Council’s three outdoor pools soar by 46 per cent.

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