3 September 2020

A message from Manningham Council

Protecting the health and safety of the Manningham community is our top priority. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve continued to deliver important services including waste management, maintenance of parks and open spaces and health services for the aged, early years and families.

We are also providing specific COVID-19 support services to help relieve the varying impacts of the pandemic. Now we want to hear how COVID-19 has impacted you.

COVID-19 information in your language

View a range of translated COVID-19 resources from
the Department of Health and Human Services.

Find out what support is available

As we continue to feel the impact of COVID-19,
find out what support is available during this time.

Survey: are we meeting your needs during COVID-19?

We want to hear from you to understand the impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on our diverse community. We’re providing relief and recovery support at this time and your feedback will help us respond to your needs.

Video series: How litter affects our local wildlife

TV Zoologist Chris Humfrey holding a penguin

Learn how you can help protect Manningham's incredible and unique wildlife by reducing your litter and appropriately disposing of your waste.

Get active each day to Be Kind to Yourself

senior couple doing yoga

We’re challenging you to get active each day in September with new lockdown-friendly ways to help you lead a happier and healthier lifestyle.

Upcoming racism information sessions

Three multi ethnic women smiling

Have you or has someone you know experienced racism or religious discrimination? Join an information session to understand your rights and take action.

Jumping Creek Road stage one nearly complete

Construction works on Jumping Creek road in Wonga Park

The first stage of Jumping Creek Road works are on target to be completed mid-September 2020 with the road opening to through-traffic soon after.

Helping you prepare for an emergency

CFA volunteer helping family with emergency plan

This year has shown just how important is it for us to be well prepared for an emergency and we are here to help you.
 

Help us Plan Manningham for 2021 and beyond

Plan Manningham Survey

We’ve started planning our four yearly Council Plan and Healthy City Strategy that will be introduced mid-2021 and we want to hear your ideas.

View our Spring Outdoors program

We’ve partnered again with Banyule City Council and Nillumbik Shire Council to present Spring Outdoors, our annual program of environmental events – this year with an online twist. There will be gardening tutorials, educational seminars and virtual events available for free online.

When should you call the SES during a storm or flood?

With large wind storms causing damage to homes across Manningham many within the community have requested assistance from the State Emergency Service. Although SES volunteers are happy to give their time to provide help to the community it is important to know when you should call the SES during a storm or flood.

Your Councillors

Council meetings

Our upcoming Council meeting on Tuesday 15 September 2020, 7.00pm will be a virtual meeting. The Mayor and Councillors will access the meeting via video and audio from their homes. You will be able to watch the meeting live on our Facebook page – although you don’t need a Facebook account to see it. We encourage questions for Council to be provided via email and received by 5.00pm on the Monday before the meeting.

Tuesday 13 October 2020, 7.00pm
Tuesday 10 November 2020, 7.00pm

Find out more

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