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- Published 3 August 20222022 Landcare WeekLandcare Week is an annual celebration of landcare during the first week of August that acknowledges the Australians who are actively restoring, enhancing and protecting the natural environment in their community.
- Published 28 July 2022Upgrades encourage female participation at Harley Hammond ReserveA $2.5 million upgrade of Broadford’s Harley Hammond Reserve was officially opened on Thursday 28 July by Member for Northern Victoria Jaclyn Symes.
- Published 26 July 2022Mitchell Shire welcomes more new citizensSeventy three residents have officially become Australian citizens after they pledged their loyalty at Mitchell Shire Council’s Citizenship ceremony on Monday 25 July.
- Published 26 July 2022Broadford Customer and Library Service Centre reopensThe Broadford Customer and Library Service Centre has reopened after refurbishment works.
- Published 22 July 2022New Youth Council sworn inThe 2022/23 Mitchell Youth Council was sworn in at an official ceremony at the Council Chambers in Broadford on Monday 18 July.
- Published 18 July 2022Stage 2 begins on Sydney Street Rejuvenation ProjectStage 1A of the Sydney Street Rejuvenation Project is nearing completion with just tree planting and line marking to go and Stage 2 is set to begin this month.
- Published 15 July 2022Community planting day in KilmoreMitchell Shire Council is holding a community planting day in Kilmore to celebrate National Tree Day on Sunday 31 July.
- Published 15 July 2022New Youth Room in SeymourMitchell Shire Council are making some exciting changes in Seymour with a new Youth Room now open on Tuesdays.
- Published 14 July 2022Council bids for $4m in State Government grantsMitchell Shire Council is seeking $4 million in grants from the Victorian Government to help deliver community projects including new tennis/netball courts, sports lighting and stadium improvements as well as upgrades to parks, play spaces and community centres.
- Published 4 July 2022NAIDOC Week 2022Mitchell Shire Council acknowledges the Taungurung and Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waterways in the area now known as Mitchell Shire.
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This page was last updated on 8 April 2019.