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Have Your Say

Have your say on projects that Council is developing

With a variety of voices and opinions, we can create a community that is vibrant and inclusive. Let us know how we can build a better Knox, and take part in shaping our community.

Creating a safer Boronia

After recent community consultations, comments about safety concerns in and around Boronia have been raised as an issue by residents, visitors, workers and businesses. As part of the Boronia Renewal Project, Knox Council is keen to gain a better understanding of where and what these issues may be.

If you live, visit, work or own a business in Boronia, we’d like to get your input on this important issue.

This survey is open until 31 July. Please visit our Boronia Renewal page for more information about the Boronia Renewal Project.

Take the survey

Knox Community Gardens Concept Options

Thank you for your feedback on the Knox Community Gardens survey.
The survey is now closed and we will be collating the responses.

All feedback will form the basis of a report presented to Council later this year.

More Information

Stand for Sustainability

If you have a passion, background or interest in the environment, and care about the future, then stand with us.

Join the Environment Advisory Committee and inform sustainable city development. This is an exciting chance to provide input to the future of Knox.

Nominate Online

For more information, visit the Environment Advisory Committee page.

RD Egan Lee Reserve Draft Masterplan

RD Egan Lee is a neighbourhood reserve that offers active recreation spaces, important biodiversity areas and adjoining passive open space.

Knox City Council has developed a Draft Masterplan to guide future improvements to the reserve, over a staged period of time.

Following initial consultation, the key vision for RD Egan Lee Reserve is to:

  • Retain the existing active sporting precinct,
  • Enhance and protect the valuable remnant bushland, its biodiversity and habitat values, and
  • Provide complementary passive and active recreation opportunities and improved pedestrian links.
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