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2019/20 Budget Consultation

We’re preparing next year’s budget (2019/20) now and want your ideas. Rather than wait for input until we have a draft budget, we want to know about your projects now, so we have enough time to investigate and prioritise them. Let us know what projects you’d like to see included by submitting your ideas online or catch us this Saturday (8 Sept) at the Wallan Olde Time Market and Kilmore Town Garage Sale.

2019 Australia Day Awards

Do you know someone making a fantastic contribution to our community? We are now accepting nominations for the 2019 Australia Day Awards. Categories include Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year, Community Event of the Year and Access and Inclusion Champion Award.

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Public Notice Special Council Meeting 1 October 2018

We're excited to announce that tender applications for the Kilmore pool repairs have closed. We have called a special council meeting to discuss the applications. Please note this meeting will be closed to members of the public.

Seymour in Spring is here

Seymour in Spring is a festival of events in Seymour and surrounds. Visit the Seymour in Spring website to find an event near you.

Grants for anniversary of 2009 bushfires

The Victorian Government is calling for applications for the 2009 Victorian Bushfire Commemoration and Community Development Grants. Local groups can apply through Mitchell Shire Council. Council will then recommend applications for funding to Local Government Victoria for consideration. Applications close 8 October.

September Council meeting tonight

The September Council meeting will be held at 7pm tonight (Monday 17 September) at the Council Chamber, Broadford Civic Centre. Agenda now available.

Council at the forefront of discussions about better services and infrastructure

Mitchell Shire Council has again put the community’s service and infrastructure needs on the agenda at a State level, meeting at Parliament House with members of the Opposition to discuss a range of issues including transport, health, education and jobs.

Become a citizen scientist by looking to the skies in your own backyard

Think you know your sparrows from your swallows or your rosellas from your ravens? Put your bird knowledge to the test by taking part in this year’s Aussie Backyard Bird Count from 22-28 October.

Veteran rockers set to roll in to town for annual Seniors’ Concert

Toe-tapping tunes of yesteryear will be on the bill when The Substitutes rock in to town next month. The Melbourne-based quartet will bring their 60s and 70s British tunes to the stage as part of Council’s annual Seniors’ Concert on Thursday 11 October.

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