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The Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008 requires that businesses engaged in the following be registered with Council.
The City of Monash maintains around 30 facilities and halls for hire with varying degrees of features based on the client's needs.
Health & Safety including information on asbestos, gambling and domestic violence
Monash Council operates three Aquatic and Recreation Centres.
Tips for coping with heat and heatwave
Council is concerned about the impact problem gambling has on the most vulnerable members of our community.
Help, assistance and information on the prevention of violence against women.
Monash is proud of its heritage and history in the community, for further information please see the following.
Within the Oakleigh area, whose township is one of the oldest in Melbourne, Council has identified six precincts as worthy of consideration for heritage protection through including a Heritage Overlay in the Monash Planning Scheme.
Governance history of Monash and its predecessors including the City of Oakleigh and Waverley.
If you are going to ‘occupy’ any part of any kind of roadway, laneway, footpath, nature-strip, car-park or reserve, on a long-term basis, this is referred to as ‘hoarding’. ‘Hoarding’ can include:
We are dedicated to promoting a healthy lifestyle and offers a large range of recreation activities and opportunities.
Home & Community Care provides support and assistance to eligible people living at home to help them maintain their independence
The Home & Community Care (HACC) program endorses a proactive approach to assist people who are frail older people, younger and older people with a disability and/or their primary carers.
The Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008 requires that businesses providing or acting as the following be registered with Council.
In late April 2015, Council is expected to begin consulting with the community on the first stage of proposed changes to Monash's residential zones.
Details outlining how a Council meeting operates
The State Government has introduced legislation that Creates the Charter of Human Rights
Last updated: 14 September 2016