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Tree removal works - Broadford

We need to remove a large hazardous tree between High Street and the Broadford Railway Station car park on Monday morning (1 May). A small number of car parks near the tree will be progressively closed off from Sunday and will re-open once works are complete. We will replant the area with appropriate local species.

Let us know what you think of Council's 2017/18 Draft Budget and Strategic Resource Plan

Submissions are now open so you can have your say on Council's Draft Budget and Strategic Resource Plan.

Draft Council Plan open for public consultation

Council has been working hard gathering thoughts from the community on the new Council Plan. Now we want you to tell us what you think of the finished product.

View Council's Road Management Plan and have your say

Tell us what you think of the draft Road Management Plan, which sets the minimum standards for inspection, maintenance and repair of local roads and footpaths.

Have your say on Councillor allowances

Each Council in Victoria must review and determine the level of the Mayoral and Councillor allowances within six months of a general election.

Have your say on Council’s 2017/18 Draft Budget

Mitchell Shire Council has released its 2017/18 Draft Budget, with the community now invited to have their say.

Community Bank Adventure Playground upcoming works

The spiral slide and double swing will be closed for repairs to the rubber soft fall mats on Thursday 20 April and Friday 21 April.

Female sport receives major boost with new facilities opened at Greenhill Reserve

Sporting clubs in Wallan will be better prepared to cope with rapidly rising female participation rates thanks to a major pavilion extension at Greenhill Reserve.

Population growth data shows Mitchell Shire is the place to be

Mitchell Shire is welcoming the equivalent of a classroom of new residents each week, latest Australian Bureau of Statistics population data shows.

CFA declared Fire Danger Period in Mitchell Shire ends

With the CFA declared Fire Danger Period set to be lifted in Mitchell Shire on Tuesday 18 April, residential and semi-rural residents are reminded they can only burn-off on Wednesdays and Saturdays between 10am and 3pm.

Mitchell Shire community digs deep to help fight homelessness

Mitchell Shire Council has handed over almost $2000 raised by the community to help Rural Housing Network Seymour fight homelessness.

Easter opening hours

Mitchell Shire Council would like to wish all its residents and businesses a safe and happy Easter. Council's Customer and Library Services Centres will be closed over the Easter break

Seymour Sports and Aquatic Centre pools are unfortunately closed due to a power surge which damaged the plant room equipment. We hope to have the pools up and running by Wednesday at this stage. The gym and group fitness classes are operating as usual. The courts remain closed for resurfacing.

Youth Carnival rescheduled

Due to bad weather on Sunday the What Happens In Autumn Youth Carnival has been rescheduled to Wednesday 12 April from 2-8pm in Kilmore. Free entry, carnival rides, jumping castle, face painting, popcorn and fairy floss.

Harley Hammond Reserve set to reopen after $340,000 upgrade

A major upgrade at Broadford’s Harley Hammond Reserve Oval has been completed in time for the football season.
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