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Rainwater tanks are a common occurrence in Australia due to our climate.
Monash Council has the lowest average rates of all 79 Victorian councils.We work hard to keep our costs down so that our rates remain as low as possible.
Under-pinning, re-stumping or otherwise altering the footing of a building, is altering part of the building’s support structure and is considered a structural alteration.
Monash Reconciliation Group a community group working towards the understanding of Aboriginal culture and awareness.
Monash Council maintains and operates three aquatic and recreation centres open to the public.
All of your questions and queries in relation to recycling answered
All dogs and cats aged three months or older must be registered and microchipped.
Local News - Alerts, Updates, Media Releases, Public Notices and Newsletters.
The extent and requirements of any given renovation, from roofing and window renovations to re-blocking foundations, determine the necessity of a building permit and any additional forms.
Information for New Residents in Monash
The Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure, displays all necessary design guidelines, and indicate the Council's and community's expectations for quality residential development in Monash.
New residential zones have been introduced across Monash after being approved by the Minister for Planning.
If a wall is part of the structure supporting the building, then it is considered a retaining wall. Removing or altering a retaining or supporting wall is considered to be a structural alteration.
For information on roads and streets, including council involvement in maintenance, please see the following topics.
What to do when there are rats and mice on your property?
When renovating, repairing or replacing your roof there are several issues to be taken into consideration.
The Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008 requires that businesses providing or acting as the following be registered with Council.
For information on rubbish and recycling, please see the following topics.
Monash has four local laws which are in place to protect the amenity of Monash the safety of all.
Last updated: 14 September 2016