The Level Crossing Removal Project (LXRP) are removing four level crossings in Moreland, located at Bell, Reynard and Munro Streets in Coburg and Moreland Road in Brunswick.

The Level Crossing Removal Project (LXRP) have confirmed that two new railway stations will be built as part of this project.

Learn more about Council's role in the level crossing removals.


From Monday 1 July 2019 you will be able to put food scraps in your green waste bin.

Do you already have a green waste bin? You can start adding food scraps from 1 July.

If you don’t have one, and would like to opt in to the service (at no extra charge) just contact us.

Find out more about the food and garden organics collection service.


Did you know that each year Council delivers services like support for the elderly, immunisation, libraries, leisure centres and support for early years learning?

We also maintain and grow our open space and renew our city's infrastructure, roads, footpaths and bridges.

All this and more is included in our 2019/20 budget, totalling $184.18 million.

Learn more about our latest budget.


Nominations open for the Level Crossing Removal Community Advocacy Reference Group.

Help Moreland advocate for the best outcomes from the State Government’s Level Crossing Removal Project.

We are seeking nominations to participate in a Community Advocacy Reference Group (CARG) related to the Bell to Moreland Level Crossing Removal Project on the Upfield railway line.

Find out more.


We want to hear from you

Visit consultations to share your ideas for your community.


Looking for a park to enjoy on the weekend?

Use our park search to find a park near you.

Find a park in Moreland with a playground or barbecue, or other fun feature like a sand pit, basketball ring or outdoor gym.

With more than 100 parks to choose from, with photos and some with video, easily preview what's on offer.