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Monash Family Day Care is a licensed home based child care service which offers professional education and care for children from birth to 12 years of age in the in the safe home environment of registered Family Day Care Educators.
Fences and boundary disputes are among the most common of neighbourhood issues.
If you want to film on a street in Monash, you need to apply for a filming permit.
Enter your location details and click "See What's Around Me" to find services in your area.
Information about fire safety in Monash
Monash Council takes the health and safety of the community seriously, particularly regarding businesses in our region. Please see the following topics for further information which may affect you or your local business.
Monash Councils Environmental Health Officers conduct annual food safety inspections of food businesses to ensure proper food safety measures are being carried out.
Monash Council is responsible for the upkeep and regulation of all footpaths for the entire region.
For information on any forms, policies or plans that may affect you, your community or the greater Monash region, please see the following.
The Act gives people the right to request documents relating to their personal affairs and information about any activities of a government agency, council, etc.
Local environmental groups in the City of Monash
The Councillors' Discretionary Fund provides Council with the ability to approve small discretionary grants to community members and groups in response to requests which are received from time to time.
Last updated: 14 September 2016