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Help us create a new website

We're developing a new website and we need your help to make it more user-friendly and to help people access more services online. We're holding a focus group at 7pm in Broadford on Monday night (7 May). We'd love to see you there. Click to register now.

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.

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Free disposal of household chemicals at Detox your Home event in Seymour

If you’ve got common household chemicals such as herbicides, detergents and or fuels at home that you’re not sure how to dispose of, the Detox your Home event in Seymour is for you.

Historic Tallarook Mechanics Institute to be rebuilt after fire

The historic Tallarook Mechanics Institute will be demolished and rebuilt after irreparable damage was caused by a devastating fire last week.

$686,000 bridge works about to begin at three locations across Mitchell Shire

Mitchell Shire Council is continuing to work hard to improve its 1383km road network and more than 60 bridges, with three significant bridge replacements about to begin.

Snap, upload and win with MyMitchell Photo Competition

Council is calling on its resident shutterbugs to showcase what they love about where they live by entering the MyMitchell Photo Competition.

Fire at Tallarook Mechanics Institute

Tallarook Mechanics Institute was badly damaged by fire on Saturday night (5 May). You can read our media statement here. We'll also be holding a community meeting at 6pm on Tuesday 8 May at the Tallarook Recreation Reserve Pavilion to provide an update. All welcome.

Ending of the Fire Danger Period for Mitchell Shire Council

The fire danger period has ended, which means you can now burn off. In residential and semi-rural areas, you can burn off on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Please click here to find out more or to check what area you are in and don't forget to register your burn with ESTA on 1800 668 511 to avoid unnecessary brigade call outs.

Council welcomes Victorian budget funding for advocacy priorities

Mitchell Shire Council has welcomed funding in the 2018/19 Victorian budget for a range of advocacy priorities including roads, public transport, education and access to services.

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