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If you require information regarding rubbish, greenwaste or hard waste collection or further details regarding such Council services.
We aim to provide Monash families with access to family and children services that are family-centred and responsive to their needs.
The following section provides information on pets, cat and dog registrations, cat and dog permits, restricted breeds, local wildlife and pests.
The Community Directory lists local community groups, sporting clubs, art and craft groups, schools, welfare organisations and service clubs that provide support to the local community.
Here you can find information about disability services including permits, accessibility services and recreation and support.
Tree plantings are chosen to match the scale of the street and to deliver a consistent streetscape character. Streetscape character is very important when selecting trees for street planting.
Monash Council is responsible for the upkeep and regulation of all roads, streets and footpaths for the entire region.
Monash has worked with numerous organisations to create our Environmental Sustainability Strategy 2016 - 2026.
The following page provides details for health and safety issues in the community, such as: Asbestos, Gambling & Violence against Women.
Monash has local laws that are in place to protect the amenity of the municipality and the safety of everyone.
For essential information regarding your property and the community, please see the following topics.
In early 2016, Monash was declared an 'Age-Friendly City' by the World Health Organisation. Age-friendly cities are places where older people live safely, enjoy good health, and stay involved in local activities.
Online payments:* Dog/cat registration renewal* Business registration/permit (Public Health Registration or Footpath Traders Permit)* Fines* Rates payments* Registration for rates direct debit charges
Monash Youth Services (MYS) provide a range of services for young people and families in Monash.
Monash Interactive Maps provide a visual representation of overlay and development controls.
Annual rates notices are sent to ratepayers in July/August each year. Read more about paying your rates, due dates, how rates are calculated, how to appeal against your rates, pensioner rebates and more.