The latest on Council's news and activities in your community.


Glenroy skate park on its way, 17 July 2017

Glenroy is another step closer to having its own skate park.

Your chance to recognise Moreland’s finest, 14 July 2017

Do you know a remarkable person who gives back to the community? Nominate them for a Moreland Award!

Flying the rainbow flag for equality, 10 July 2017

The rainbow flag is now flying high at Coburg Town Hall following a move from Council last month to reaffirm its support for marriage equality.

Edgars Creek / Ronald Street footbridge update, 30 June 2017

The footbridge across Edgars Creek near Ronald Street was damaged beyond repair by a flood event in late December 2016.

A spotlight on safety, 30 June 2017

DeChene Reserve has been made safer thanks to a $192,000 grant from the State Government and $48,000 contributed by Moreland City Council.

Moreland to take on VCAT in the Supreme Court, 26 June 2017

Moreland City Council is taking another significant step to reduce the harm caused by poker machines in the community.

Celebrate with a grant from Council, 26 June 2017

Applications for Moreland City Council’s Celebrating Place Grants Program are now open.

Celebrating multicultural small businesses, 15 June 2017

The Northern Multicultural Small Business Awards will celebrate the achievements and remarkable entrepreneurial spirit of multicultural small businesses in Whittlesea, Yarra, Banyule, Darebin, Hume, Moreland and Nillumbik.

Take time to TAKE2, 05 June 2017

For the last 7 years Council has been using its control over sports fields to encourage clubs to give more girls a go.

Land secured for the community, 05 June 2017

A significant piece of Indigenous land will remain as public space thanks to the collaborative efforts of the community, Council and the State Government.

Moreland’s seniors lend a hand to ending elder abuse, 31 May 2017

A group of older Moreland residents will be turning Victoria Street Mall purple for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.

Oak Park redevelopment updates, 30 May 2017

The latest news from the Oak Park redevelopment project

The race towards school holidays is on, 22 May 2017

The winter school holidays are fast approaching and Council’s Primary School Holiday Program is chock full of exciting and fun things to keep the kids occupied between 3 and 14 July.

Methven Park toilet - an update, 16 May 2017

Council is aware that there is still considerable community concern about the placement of a new public toilet at Methven Park in East Brunswick.

World first for Moreland: Zero emissions fleet pilot on the way, 15 May 2017

A world first pilot is on its way as Moreland City Council teams up with the experts at H2U to develop a fleet of waste vehicles powered by 100% renewable hydrogen.

More toys for more of Moreland, 15 May 2017

The Moreland Toy Library has been given a helping hand to expand into the north of the municipality following a recent decision by Council to help fund a second library location.

Ground breaking works begin for new Oak Park Pool, 08 May 2017

Moreland’s largest ever capital works project is officially underway at the Oak Park Pool.

Equality in sport: Moreland gives women more time on the field, 08 May 2017

For the last 7 years Council has been using its control over sports fields to encourage clubs to give more girls a go.

An exciting new vision for Brunswick Mechanics Institute, 08 May 2017

An exciting new vision for Brunswick Mechanics Institute is on its way following the appointment of Next Wave as new managers of the venue from 1 July.

A football exhibition like no other, 17 March 2017

Australian Rules Football, art or science?


CCTV cameras to remain operating in Brunswick, 08 December 2016

Last Night Moreland Councillors debated the future of nine CCTV cameras currently maintained by Council in Sydney Road in Brunswick.

Creating Fawkner’s next community leaders, 24 October 2016

Two years ago, Sadia and Sarwat, through their work at Merri Health, identified a need for a group in Fawkner where Muslim women could come together to network, develop friendships and support those new to the area.