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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.

Draft budget 2019-20

The Proposed Budget 2019-20 has just been released and we're looking for the public to have your say. Submissions can be made in writing or online until 5pm Tuesday 28 May.

Download the Proposed Budget 2019-20 or you can view it in person at the Knox Civic Centre or any library in Knox during normal opening hours.

View the draft budget and have your say

Are you interested in volunteering?

We are planning for our future volunteering environment in the City of Knox

“Volunteering is time willingly given for the common good and without financial gain”

We want to know how we can make volunteering opportunities as appealing as possible. Whether you volunteer or not, tell us what you think before 5pm Friday 7 June.

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Knox Regional Netball Centre Draft Masterplan

Knox City Council has developed a Draft Masterplan for the Knox Regional Netball Centre (KRNC). This draft plan details a variety of improvement opportunities at the facility, including the development of two new indoor netball courts.

The proposed improvements are intended to reinforce KRNC as a hub for netball in the region and create a high quality, safe and functional environment for its visitors.

In additional to the stadium expansion, the draft plan proposes:

  • Additional formalised car parking;
  • An updated stadium forecourt area, including new paving and seating;
  • An improved drop off zone.

The consultation period has now closed.

Millers Homestead

Knox City Council has been asking residents to submit their ideas for the future uses of Miller’s Homestead. The homestead was the family home of the first Shire President of Ferntree Gully, James John Miller, built in 1888 and we are keen to hear how you would prefer this site to be used.

Consultation is now closed.

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