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Are you over 25 years of age and a licensed driver with lots of patience and some free time?You might be an ideal volunteer for the L2P program, which helps young disadvantaged people qualify for their probationary driver license.
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Monash has four local laws which are in place to protect the amenity of Monash the safety of all.
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.
Leisure (Strategies & Policies) including capital works, development and healthy living strategies.
Monash Council maintains a number of leisure centres open to the public.
Young people from newly arrived migrant and refugee communities are encouraged to participate in sport within Monash in a new program called 'Let's All Play'.
The Library service is provided through six branch libraries: Clayton, Glen Waverley, Mount Waverley, Mulgrave, Oakleigh and Wheelers Hill, as well as a Home Library Service.
Businesses intending to sell or serve liquor from their businesses premises need to comply with the requirements set by the Liquor Licensing Victoria and the Town Planning department.
It is illegal to dump rubbish. If you find dumped rubbish, please call us on 9518 3555 and we will respond to it within 24 hours.
Monash provides the Business Directory as a free service to all Monash Businesses. The database is home to local products and services provided by businesses, so why not shop local.
There are sometimes situations in which local planning issues have affected an ongoing development.
Opening hours and information for our offices at Glen Waverley and Oakleigh
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Council guidelines on dealing with lost animals
Last updated: 14 September 2016