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The following contains an itemised list of most of the content available on this website. If you are unable to find the content you are looking for, please try the search function in the top right-hand corner of this web page, or call us on the number below.
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It is a breach of Council's Local Law No. 3 to leave a shopping trolley on a road, on Council land or in a car park vested in Council, except in a designated trolley bay.
Any vehicle that has been abandoned on the street or on any Council land may be impounded. Council may also impound unregistered vehicles parked in the street or on any Council land, if the owner does not remove it.
Information on the Aboriginal history within the area now known as the City of Monash.
The Monash Council acknowledge local Indigenous Australians, the Wurundjeri people and Boon Wurrong clans of the Kulin Nations, as the original custodians of the land now known as Monash and pays respect to their leaders, past and present.
This section of the website is here to help you with building in Monash.
This page provides links to detailed information about City of Monash Council including; Council & Councillors; Council Projects; Laws & Rules; News; Parking & Transport; Rates; Tenders etc.
Information, links and support on the Prevention of Violence Against Women
Meets to share information amongst community members and service providers within Monash.
In order to ensure safe and effective infrastructure services to residents, the City of Monash requires work in the road reserve or property easement to be done within Council guidelines and specifications.
Every person accessing our website should have equal access to information and services, regardless of their abilities.
Information on Council's Disability Action Plan 2013-2017 and what disability facilities and services are available in Monash.
Information on Council's Disability Action Plan 2013-2017 and where disabled parking is available in Monash.
For information on programs and facilities that help support the disabled members of our community please see the following.
Monash Council has a Metro Access Worker to support people with disabilities to participate fully in community life.
Information on Council's Disability Action Plan 2013-2017 and what disability toilet facilities are available in Monash.
Information on student accommodation in the City of Monash, including rights and regulations
Monash Council had developed and adopted its Disability Action Plan to address key strategies to provide for an inclusive community.
The Youth Plan provides clear direction to the development of Council’s activities and programs.
Information on Council's Get Active Grants; Get Started; Get Better; Get Inclusive & Sports Without Borders
Active Monash promotes a healthy lifestyle through a number of recreation programs and ventures with the rest of the community.
Monash is served by amazing volunteers each year who give their time to achieve remarkable things. While they give so much to the community, you have the chance to give back to them.
Access to the latest issues of Active Monash News, featuring local sports clubs and activities
Council recently developed an Active Reserves Strategy to better understand the needs of sporting clubs and guide the future provision of sport and sporting facility development within the muncipality
The Active Reserves Strategy was created to understand theneeds of clubs and guide the future provision of sport and sporting facility development in Monash
A guide to activities that older people can enjoy in Monash
Structure Plans aim to provide a long term framework to guide development in and around each of the centres that are designated as the preferred focus for additional development.
The objectives of this local law are to provide how the common seal is to be applied, who may authorise its use and who can witness its use.
You can view advertised planning applications and their details online by visiting: Advertised Planning Applications.
Information on the Advisory Committees in Monash including the Monash Multicultural Advisory Committee and the Monash Disability Consultative Committee
Information on Council acting as a strong advocate for its community, whether it involves lobbying a State or Federal government or presenting a compelling case at a planning hearing.
Aerial Photos of the City of Monash
Council has developed the Age Friendly Monash 2015 - 2019 based on the World Health Organisations (WHO)
Stay Active and age positively with all of the support services available in Monash
For information on council meetings or councillors please see the following.
Local News - Alerts, Updates, Media Releases, Public Notices and Newsletters.
Information on Allowances Monash Councillors are entitled to claim.
This page includes information about proposed Amendments to the Monash Planning Scheme.
Information on patrols and dealing with complaints
Information on how to deal with Animal Noise such as a barking dog
Details on how to register your pet
For information on pets and pests, regulation and registration, please see the following topics.
Every year Council collects hard waste - all of the info is available in this section
The Annual Report details key highlights and achievements for the 12 month period and shows our commitment to transparency, accountability and good governance.
Very high structures can put unforeseen strain on nearby fences, roofs or walls, posing a health and safety risk to residents and neighbours.
Details on how to appeal a parking fine
Information on how to appeal a rate notice
Links to application forms for Building and Planning
How to Apply for a Building Permit
This page contains information on advertised posts with the City of Monash and the online application process
Want to become an Australian Citizen?
Monash Council operates three Aquatic and Recreation Centres.
Information on Archery in Monash
Details on the residential areas that are Residential Permit Parking Areas.
Find out what services are around you in your area
Monash Gallery of Art website
Information on Public Art Installations in Monash
The Monash Artists Register is a database used by the Department of Information and Arts
For information on Monash sponsored arts and culture programs, please see the following.
The Arts & Culture Strategy sets out a vision and guide to Council’s involvement and investment in festivals, events, cultural activities and arts practice within the community over the coming three years.
A list of venues or establishments in the city of Monash which double as arts centres or function rooms.
Asbestos is a silicate mineral made up of tiny fibres. When it is disturbed, it produces a dust that contains asbestos fibres.
Information on public assets including drains, cables (electricity) and pipes, nature strips, roads (roadway reserves), footpaths and bike lanes.
Audio version of the latest news in Monash
Information on the Committee that provides advice and recommendations on matters relevant to its Charter so Council can make informed decisions.
Information on making payments through Australia Post
Would you like to start your own business? The following is a useful nine-point guide that will help you discover what you will need, while pointing you to several useful websites.
Check what Australian Government rebates are available to all Australians.
List of winners of the Sir John Monash Awards for outstanding volunteers
Monash Council sponsors awards across a variety of industries and fields, to recognize achievement in our community.
Business Awards including Monash Business Awards and Golden Plate Awards
Last updated: 14 September 2016