• What’s Your Big Idea for Brimbank?
• In2Tennis - Give it a Go!
• Toy Library Re-Opening Party
• Friends of Kororoit Creek - Poetry Exhibition
• Special Council Meeting
• Feedback for Road Upgrades
From Tuesday 7 February to Tuesday 7 March, we're looking for ideas big and small, on how to keep improving the local area.
Your feedback will help Council decide its budget and plans for future projects and services.
You can attend one of the many in-person community consultation sessions, send feedback via post or go online to have your say. Let’s make our city even better!
For more information, including details about upcoming consultation sessions in St Albans, Deer Park, Derrimut, Keilor and Sunshine, please visit Have Your Say: What's Your Big Idea?.
Brimbank City Council is teaming up with Tennis Victoria and ANZ to offer no-charge activities at all Brimbank tennis clubs during the Australian Open (until 29 January).
In2Tennis offers fun tennis activities for all ages, including introductory tennis, open days and community court use. No tennis experience is needed to take part.
Spaces are limited, so book early.
The Albion and Friends Community Toy Library aims to make quality toys accessible to all children as well as helping the environment by reducing the amount of toys that are bought and thrown away each year.
The toy library is re-opening for the year with a no-charge neighbourhood party and barbeque (halal and vegetarian options provided).
Bring a plate of picnic food to share, meet the community, enjoy some games and try out some toys!
Friends of the Kororoit Creek and Brimbank City Council are hosting an exhibition event after the popularity and success of a recent poetry competition, including interactive activities and featured artists.
The recent poetry competition drew notable community support and even saw an unexpected entry from Australian cartoonist, writer, painter, philosopher and poet Michael Leunig. The exhibition is ongoing until Wednesday 22 February 2017.
Please RSVP for the opening on 9249 4600 or email@example.com.
A Special Meeting of Council is to be held on Tuesday 14 February 2017, at 5.45pm in the Council Chamber, Brimbank Community and Civic Centre, 301 Hampshire Road, Sunshine.
The purpose of the meeting will be to review the Councillor Code of Conduct in accordance with section 76C of the Local Government Act 1989. This is the only business to be considered at this meeting.
The meeting is open to the public and community members are welcome to attend.
The Victorian Government has funded a $1.8 billion program of arterial road upgrades and maintenance in the outer west.
VicRoads is currently calling for feedback from the community on preliminary designs for the eight road upgrade projects included in the program.
To learn more about the projects, or participate online visit the Vicroads planning and projects website.
Participation via the interactive map will be open until midnight Sunday19 March.