Last days to share feedback on managing cats and dogs
We are currently seeking your thoughts and ideas to develop the new Domestic Animal Management Plan 2021-2025. Have your say by Sunday 1 August.
Stud Park Adventure Lookout Tower removal
This week the Adventure Lookout Tower at Stud Park, Rowville is being dismantled and removed from the playground site. The play tower was cordoned off late last year for safety reasons and has recently been targeted by vandals and graffiti. Removing it also allows us to start site works in preparation for the new playspace to come in late 2021-early 2022.
Keeping Chickens Workshop - Rescheduled
Come along and find out why chickens make wonderful pets. The new date for this workshop is 11 September.
New community dining spaces to support local businesses
We have transformed our local shopping areas by creating new community dining spaces to support Knox businesses. This business recovery project is part of the Outdoor Dining Program, a joint initiative between Council and State Government.
Bringing library services to the community
Council will invest $370,000 over 10 years to enhance library services for isolated and disadvantaged members of the community.
Meals on Wheels – Calling volunteers
The valued volunteers of the Meals on Wheels team are continuing to deliver meals during the pandemic and the team are now looking for more volunteer drivers to assist with meal deliveries.
Helping our local arts community bounce back
Our local arts community are planning exciting art exhibitions in the future, with the support of Council’s Business Support Grants for the creative and cultural sector. The Business Support Grant is currently open, artists and creative organisations are invited to apply.