To be eligible to vote in the upcoming Council election you must be enrolled by 4 pm on Friday 26 August 2016.

If you are an Australian citizen you can check your State enrolment details on the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) website.

If you are not enrolled to vote, complete an enrolment form online or pick up a form at any post office or Australian Electoral Commission office and return it to the Victorian Electoral Commission by 4 pm on Friday 26 August 2016.


Have your say on our Draft Moreland Play Strategy.

Council endorsed the Moreland Play Strategy 2016 – 2020 draft (DOC 6Mb) for community consultation at the 10 August 2016 Council meeting.

We encourage you to provide your feedback and comments to refine the Strategy.  

Feedback is due by 10 am on Thursday 1 September 2016.


We recently launched our first Human Rights Policy. 

The policy provides a 10 year framework for the implementation of our human rights obligations. 

It strives to remove barriers and aims to increase participation and inclusion in decision-making and access to essential services and Council facilities.

You can download the policy on our Human Rights page.


Microchipping your dog or cat is a great way to make sure your pet can be easily identified.

Vets, animal shelters and local Councils can scan the microchip and then contact you to let you know the location of your pet.

It's important you keep your details current. This means if your animal is lost, Council can identify your pet and return it to you easily.


Find out what Council is doing in your community

Read about celebrating 20 years of Moreland, Local Government election information, our FReeZa youth development program, plus much more, in the latest edition of Inside Moreland.

To download the Winter edition, visit Inside Moreland newsletter.


We want to hear from you

Visit consultations to share your ideas for your community.

Current Council consultation