Council Elections are on this Saturday 22 October.

Moreland City Council holds attendance elections, which means you need to visit a voting centre between 8 am and 6 pm on Saturday to place your vote.

Early voting centres are also open this week if you can’t make it on Election Day, or you can apply to vote by post. Applications to vote by post must be received by 12 noon on Thursday 20 October.

For voting locations visit the Victorian Electoral Commision or phone 8619 1767.


The Garage Sale Trail is one big day of garage sales taking place all over Australia.

Now in its sixth year, the award-wining Garage Sale Trail is Australia’s biggest reuse event with over 10,000 garage sales happening across the country on Saturday 22 October.

Create your own treasure trail from the sales you like in your local area and let your smart phone guide you there. Or go old school and print out your Garage Sale personalised trail.


Join us to celebrate everything Fawkner at the Fawkner Festa!

The Fawkner Festa is on Sunday 6 November from 12 - 4 pm at CB Smith Reserve.

Come along and enjoy great music, dance and interactive activities for the whole family.


Do you know of a place or space in Moreland you think should be protected for heritage reasons?

First check if a place is already on our heritage list and then submit a nomination online. 

Your nomination will assist Council prepare the Moreland Heritage Gaps Study for the municipality.

Nominations close at 5 pm on Wednesday 30 November 2016.


Find a park near you

With spring upon us and the weather starting to look better (we hope), it's time to get outdoors.

Visit find a park to search for a playground, barbecue, table or other feature like an outdoor gym, wetland, sand pit or basketball ring. 

With more than 100 parks featuring photos and some with video, you can preview what's on offer. A map shows you where parks are located.


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.