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$500 for Safer Melville’s Super Hero


The City of Melville invites the community to take an active role in creating safe and secure communities by participating in free activities, events and workshops during Safer Melville Month throughout October.

19 September 2017

City’s Youth Sporting Stars Receive Scholarships


Eighteen of the City’s brightest sporting stars were awarded Youth Sports Scholarships (YSS) that aim to support, nurture and enhance outstanding sporting abilities at a celebratory presentation held at LeisureFit Booragoon on Wednesday, 13 September.

15 September 2017

41st People’s Choice Art Awards Winner Announced


A passionate farmer’s daughter from the regional town of Xantippe, near Dalwallinu has been voted as the Murdoch University People’s Choice Award winner in the City of Melville Annual Art Awards, with her artwork The Decaying Kind #3. Lara Sawyer was one of 250 artists who submitted work in this year’s exhibition which attracted over 1200 visitors.

13 September 2017

City of Melville leads the way in Reconciliation


The City of Melville is the first local government in Western Australia to release a Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), representing the third stage in a series of four as outlined in the reconciliation program by Reconciliation Australia.

06 September 2017

Nominations called for Outstanding Citizens


Nominations are now open for the 2017 City of Melville Mayor's Valued Citizen Award, Mayor’s Youth Citizenship Award and the 2018 Australia Day Awards, recognising volunteers, individuals and groups for their outstanding contribution to the Melville community.

06 September 2017

Winners Announced at Art Awards Opening Night


The City of Melville’s 2017 Art Awards take you on a journey through seascapes and streetscapes, to the far reaches of our diverse country and bring you back home again, according to this year’s Judges Mark Parfitt, Mark Stewart and Jo Darbyshire.

28 August 2017

Coding for Kids Now Available Through Libraries


City of Melville Libraries are excited to be the first Local Government in Western Australia to offer free Coding for Kids programs; Rainforest Coding and SwopBots to primary school aged children.

24 August 2017

Heathcote Select Showcases Seven Artists


Heathcote Museum & Gallery is proud to present Heathcote Select, an exhibition of Western Australian artists selected by curator Jana Braddock, opening on Saturday, 9 September 2017.

23 August 2017

Bull Creek Library Temporarily Closes for Renovations


Bull Creek Library will temporarily close on Monday, 4 September 2017 as comprehensive renovation works commence to upgrade and modernise the Library space. The new look Library is scheduled to re-open mid-November 2017.

18 August 2017

Discover ‘Creative Melville’ with the City’s Inaugural Open Studios and Exhibitions Art Trail


Over 24 studios, galleries, creative spaces and Artist Run Initiatives (ARI’s) will open their doors over the first weekend of September for the inaugural City of Melville Open Studios and Exhibitions Art Trail.

18 August 2017

Heathcote registrations of interest


The City of Melville is seeking Registrations of Interest (ROI) from a range of diverse organisations and individuals to help us create a ‘must visit destination’ at the unique Heathcote site, located on the Swan River foreshore at Applecross.

17 August 2017

Election Caretaker Period Policy Approved


At an Ordinary Meeting of Council on Tuesday, 15 August 2017, a new Council Policy Election Caretaker Period was adopted by Council, effectively preventing any major decisions to be passed through Council during an election campaign period, supporting the City to continue to operate in a responsible and transparent manner.

17 August 2017

Safer Melville Plan Launched


The City of Melville has launched its Safer Melville Plan for 2017-2021 following endorsement by the Safer Melville Advisory Committee (SMAC) on 19 July 2017.

15 August 2017

International speaker on Dementia returns to the City


The City is pleased to announce the return of renowned speaker and educator Michael Verde later this month, who will be speaking at three free events on Dementia hosted by the City in partnership with Alzheimer’s WA and Attitudinal Healing.

17 July 2017

Safer Melville, Safe Communities


The City of Melville and WA Police (WAPOL) have reconfirmed their commitment to working together, signing a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that focuses on a shared goal to continue to support Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) and proactively achieve a Safer Melville.

07 July 2017

New Premier Play Space Proposed for the City


The City of Melville will be inviting the community to have their say from Monday, 10 July 2017, on an initial concept design for a new multi-generational premium play space that is being proposed for the south east neighbourhood of the City.

06 July 2017

Dome Commences Demolition at Deep Water Point


A lease agreement between the City of Melville and the Dome Group has now been formalised, making way for works to commence on the construction of a new Café at the iconic Deep Water Point.

30 June 2017
 

Melville adopts 2017-2018 Budget


The adoption of the City of Melville’s 2017-2018 Budget last week (Thursday, 22 June 2017), has secured $34.9 million in funding for important works projects, ensured the ongoing provision of more than 200 vital community products and services and confirmed an average residential rate increase of 2.2%, however due to other movements in the rates base the total rates income is estimated to increase by a lesser amount of 1.9%.

29 June 2017

Winter Sports and Swimming Enrolments Open


With July school holidays nearly upon us, parents and guardians of kids aged between 10 months and 12 years are being encouraged to sign up now for Term Three sports and swimming lessons at LeisureFit.

20 June 2017

Calling Melville’s youth – how would you spend $3,000?


Voting has opened for Youth Pitch the City’s first participatory budgeting initiative that empowers young people to decide how to spend $3,000 making Melville an even better place for 12 to 25 year olds.

01 June 2017

Safer Melville Survey Results Released


The City of Melville has been identified as a safe place to live, work and study among results from a recent community safety and crime prevention survey.

30 May 2017

Easy parking now available in Melville


The City of Melville is excited to announce a new electronic option for parking payments, giving motorists, visitors, workers and shoppers the added option to pay for parking via their phones when visiting Melville.

25 May 2017

Project Robin Hood Gives Away $100,000!


The votes are in and the City of Melville is proud to congratulate the eight projects who will receive funding through Project Robin Hood III, a participatory budgeting scheme that asked the community to choose how to spend $100,000.

25 May 2017

Willagee Residents to Benefit from New Residential Project


The suburb of Willagee has been transforming since the adoption of the Willagee Structure Plan by the Council in 2013. Last night (Tuesday, 16 May 2017) it was given another boost when the Council approved the new residential housing development project at the former Carawatha Primary School site, to progress.

17 May 2017

Urban Forest Plan Progresses


The first of three parts of an Urban Forest Strategic Plan was endorsed by City of Melville councillors last night, approving the draft plan to proceed to a public consultation phase, leading the way for the City to protect the community’s natural asset.

17 May 2017

Deep Water Point Upgrades Begin


Works are commencing on the first upgrade project happening at the iconic Deep Water Point site, kicking off with the refurbishment of the change rooms to include a ‘Changing Place’ facility starting the week beginning Monday, 16 May. The change room upgrade will also be followed with the start of construction on a new Dome Café later in the year.

12 May 2017

Federal Budget secures Murdoch Centre’s Future


The City of Melville has welcomed the Federal Governments budget announcement which will ensure a southern access to and from the Murdoch Activity Centre (MAC), solving serious traffic congestion problems and supporting the MAC’s potential to become WA’s largest area of employment outside of the Perth CBD.

09 May 2017

Small Business Essentials - A forum for Your Business Our Future


Following on from the success of the inaugural Your Business Our Future forum in June 2016, the City of Melville and Melville-Cockburn Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) are partnering again in 2017 to bring the forum back with the theme this year of ‘Small Business Essentials’.

08 May 2017

Mural makes its mark for National Volunteer Week


The City of Melville will mark National Volunteer Week from 7 to 14 May literally this year with the spray painting of a bright, colourful mural at Point Walter Boat Ramp Carpark

FOGO Bin Trial


On Tuesday, 18 April 2017 the City of Melville Council unanimously resolved to support and fund a trial of a three-Bin Food Organics Garden Organics or FOGO system.

20 April 2017

Public Art Week, 29 April to 7 May


As the City of Melville embarks on a new Public Art Strategy for the future, residents are encouraged to explore the City’s collection of public artworks and participate in a community survey during Public Art Week from Saturday, 29 April to Sunday, 7 May 2017.

20 April 2017

Art Awards 2017 Call for Entries


The City of Melville is once again calling for entries for its 2017 Art Awards from Monday, 1 May until the official closing date of Friday, 21 July 2017, with the first 250 registrations accepted.

20 April 2017

Exploring place – LOCALE opens at Heathcote


Heathcote Museum & Gallery will be showcasing the artworks of seven printmakers with the opening of Locale, a new exhibition, running from Saturday, 6 May, to Sunday, 11 June 2017.

Melville’s Friendliest Neighbours Awarded


On Monday 10 April, eight residents were named the City of Melville’s Friendliest Neighbours, and each awarded a $100 Garden City voucher in a ceremony held at the Civic Centre in Booragoon.

12 April 2017
 

Wave Park Lease approved by Council


City of Melville Councillors have given their approval to progress the signing of a ground lease for the development of a widely publicised Wave Park facility in Alfred Cove.

07 April 2017

Commission declares no misconduct for City Officer


The Public Sector Commission has found no minor misconduct in relation to allegations against City of Melville Officer Mr Todd Cahoon, Manager Healthy Melville, and his involvement with the Wave Park Group

06 April 2017

Calling Youth to Pitch their ideas for $3,000 funding


The City of Melville are launching Youth Pitch – a participatory budgeting project that asks young people to submit and then vote on ideas valued up to $1,000, with $3,000 funding available in total to make Melville an even better place for young people.

31 March 2017

Melville’s First GLOW Ride Lights up the Foreshore


Let’s GLOW Riding, a first time event for the City of Melville, saw nearly 240 people illuminate the foreshore as they enjoyed a night ride on Friday, 24 March 2017, having decorated their bikes and themselves with lights, neon paint and high-vis clothing.

31 March 2017

Outdoor Fitness Classes a Hit


For the second year running, the City’s free Active in the Park outdoor fitness classes have again been a huge success with over 3000 participants attending the 16/17 season and featuring in The Urban List’s top ten outdoor fitness classes in Perth.

23 March 2017

Ensuring the Future Fitness of Melville


City of Melville LeisureFit Services are about to embark on a number of key service upgrades over the coming months that aim to ensure sustainability and maintain the LeisureFit service as a premium service provider in the health and fitness industry.

21 March 2017

New artworks by Laurel Nannup


Coinciding with Harmony Week, the community are invited to view a collection of 12 new artworks accessioned into the City of Melville‘s Art Collection by acclaimed local Nyoongar printmaker, Laurel Nannup.

09 March 2017

Heathcote to showcase Ceramic Arts Exhibition


Every second year Heathcote Museum & Gallery showcases the works of the Ceramic Arts Association of WA (CAAWA) whose clay works will be on display at the gallery from Saturday, 25 March 2017.

03 March 2017

Melville First in WA to Receive Community Safety Accreditation


At Melville’s Safe Day Out on Sunday, 19 February, the City of Melville community was accredited as a Pan Pacific Safe Community, and launched community engagement for the City’s new Safer Melville Plan.

23 February 2017

Wave Park Proposal Progressed by Council


City of Melville Councillors have given their approval to take the next step towards the development of a surfing recreation facility in Alfred Cove

23 February 2017

Point Walter’s Big Line-Up


The City’s annual Point Walter Concert promises a big line-up of entertainment and family fun when it returns to the Point Walter foreshore on Sunday, 5 March 2017.

23 February 2017

AIM for a new Disability Access Inclusion Plan


The City of Melville’s Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) 2013-2017 is currently being reviewed to create a new five year strategic plan for 2017-2022. The broader community, inclusive of people living with disability and carers, are encouraged to participate in the review by completing a short online survey or registering for a workshop at www.melvilletalks.com.au/reviewDAIP.

17 February 2017

Looking for Direction from Seniors


The City of Melville is calling on its senior community to assist with the development of Directions From Seniors 2017-2022, a five year strategic plan outlining the priorities for achieving the aspirations and wellbeing of the ageing community.

17 February 2017

New images reveal impact on community if Roe Highway is not built


The City of Melville has released new images demonstrating the potential impact major road upgrades will have on the livelihoods, facilities and amenity of local residents and businesses if the final stages of Roe Highway are not constructed.

10 February 2017

Don’t Miss Melville’s Safe Day Out Event


The City of Melville invites the community to attend Melville’s Safe Day Out, a free event with something for everyone on Sunday, 19 February at Kadidjiny Park from 9.00am till 12noon.

10 February 2017

Cultural Future in Community’s Hands


The City of Melville is calling on residents to help steer the direction of the City’s revised Cultural Plan 2017-2022 by participating in a short online survey on the community engagement website melvilletalks.com.au.

03 February 2017

Melville's Friendliest Neighbours Awarded


As part of celebrations for Neighbour Day the City of Melville is asking the community to nominate a great neighbour to go in the running to win one of eight $100 Garden City vouchers and be recognised as a friendly neighbour.

03 February 2017

More Underground Power for Melville


State Government have announced Round six of the State Underground Power Program, which will include three projects for the City of Melville including Kardinya South, Alfred Cove East and Melville North.

01 February 2017

Congratulations to Australia Day Award Winners 2017


Celebrating Australia Day yesterday, the City of Melville recognised four outstanding residents and two distinguished community groups at the 2017 Australia Day Awards and Citizenship Ceremony.

27 January 2017
 

Special Meeting of Electors


A Special Meeting of Electors was held on Monday, 23 January 2017 at the City of Melville to discuss ‘The environmental and community impacts of the proposed ground lease of a portion of Tompkins Park to Wave Park Group Pty Ltd for the development of a surf sports, recreation and leisure facility.’

24 January 2017

City of Melville briefs ‘Pro Roe’ group on benefits and risk


A Pro Roe group has received a detailed briefing from the City of Melville about the benefits completing Roe Highway will deliver to the community, and the risks for local residents and businesses if the road is not extended to Fremantle.

24 January 2017

Calling for Project Robin Hood Submissions - $100,000 up for grabs!


The City of Melville is calling the community to get together and submit ideas for Project Robin Hood III to help build better neighbourhoods and more connected communities, with submissions open from Wednesday, 1 February 2017 to Friday, 17 March 2017 for a total project pool of $100,000.

20 January 2017

City welcomes Roe Highway Announcement


The City of Melville has welcomed the announcement a Liberal State Government will extend Roe Highway all the way through to the Fremantle Port.

16 January 2017

Australia Day Begins with Community Breakfast and Awards


The City of Melville’s annual Australia Day Awards and Citizenship ceremony, and community breakfast, supported by the Lions Club Bull Creek, is the perfect way to start your Australia day.

10 January 2017

City of Melville receives $700,000 from State Government for Tompkins Park Sporting Hub


The City of Melville has received $700,000 in funding from the State Government to contribute to the Tompkins Park Sporting Hub redevelopment, which includes the amalgamation and relocation of Melville and Mount Pleasant Bowling Clubs.

10 January 2017

Labor Announcement on Roe 8 a Disaster for Southern Suburbs


The cost of roadworks required to replace Roe 8 is $820 million alone to stop congestion catastrophe in Melville, Palmyra, Fremantle

10 January 2017

Your Melville – You told us where to go


Over the next week, City of Melville residents are being asked to look out for a colourful easy to use summary of the community’s aspirations in their letterboxes, highlighting the community’s vision and importantly how it influences the way the City does business.

12 December 2016

City announces winner of first Instagram competition #furbabyrego2016


The lucky winner of the City of Melville’s first Instagram competition has been announced; the Cat and Dog Registrations competition winner won a prize of a $100 City Farmers gift voucher.

02 December 2016

Heartfelt Thanks to the City's Volunteers


More than 260 volunteers were thanked at the City’s Volunteer Recognition Function on Friday, 18 November, with 29 awarded the Mayor’s Valued Citizen Award for their contribution of 10 years or more service to the Melville community and three awarded the Youth Citizenship Award.

24 November 2016

Outstanding Achievement award for Melville’s Garage Sale Trail


Following on from Melville’s success as the best performing Local Government in the State and fifth in Australia for its participation in the 2016 Garage Sale Trail, the City has been awarded the Outstanding Achievement award in the national Garage Sale Trail Awards for excellence.

24 November 2016

Celebrating an Accessible Inclusive Melville


The City of Melville will be celebrating an Accessible Inclusive Melville on Thursday, 1 December with a mini expo held at Garden City as part of Disability Awareness Week running from Sunday, 27 November to Saturday, 3 December 2016.

17 November 2016

A City for Seniors – celebrating Senior’s Week 2016


The City of Melville will be celebrating Senior’s Week, 6 to 13 November 2016, with events, a booklet launch and attendance at the WA Seniors Awards Gala Ceremony, where the Melville Age-Friendly and Accessible Businesses (MAFAB) network - a collaborative effort with AMP Garden City and the City of Melville is an award finalist.

04 November 2016

Volunteer Managers celebrated in Melville


This week the City of Melville’s Volunteer Resource Centre (MVRC) celebrated International Volunteer Managers Day with an inspiring self-care session for the City’s volunteer managers run by award-winning communication specialist and an emotional intelligence coach Rachel Green.

04 November 2016

Service providers receive customer service recognition from the City


During a week dedicated to customer service excellence last month (October 2016), City of Melville staff have recognised their peers and external service providers who they regard to be excellent customer service champions.

03 November 2016

Biggest Garage Sale in Western Australia


The City of Melville took part in the nationwide Garage Sale Trail for the third year running on Saturday, 22 October 2016, and came in as the top performing Local Government in the State and fifth top in the country with more than 223 garage sales registered across Melville suburbs.

31 October 2016

Melville Talks projects, plans, topics suburbs and more


Residents and local businesses from across the City of Melville have been joining in important conversations on Melville Talks, the City’s online community hub, which has proven to be a popular social platform for people to come together and talk, give feedback on various projects and initiatives and importantly connect with each other.

31 October 2016

Melville wins Australian Service Excellence Government award


The City of Melville has been announced as winner of the Australian Service Excellence Government award at Australia’s prestigious awards - the 15th Annual Australian Service Excellence Awards.

31 October 2016

Melville’s Access and Advisory Panel work with Department of Parks and Wildlife


The City of Melville’s community based Access and Advisory Panel (AAP) has worked with the Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW) to support their latest initiative, providing feedback on series of new interpretation facilities installed by DPaW at various sites along the foreshore including Heathcote, Point Walter and Bicton Baths.

25 October 2016

Cr Rebecca Aubrey Elected New Deputy Mayor


In what may be a first for Western Australia and even the nation, Councillor Rebecca Aubrey daughter of City of Melville Mayor, Russell Aubrey, was elected by her fellow Councillors at the October 2016 Ordinary Meeting of Council to serve as the Mayor’s new Deputy for the coming year.

20 October 2016

Project Robin Hood is back - $100,000 up for grabs!


Project Robin Hood is back for a third round and is offering the community a chance to grab a share of the $100,000 loot to help build better neighbourhoods.

20 October 2016

New summer after school footy program for Brentwood


After the success of the Willagee Night Fields football program, a new summer program is kicking off in Brentwood from Thursday, 27 October 2016, giving young people in the area the opportunity to develop new skills and join in a fun after school activity.

20 October 2016

Hundreds of Garage Sales happening in Melville


It’s not too late to register your sale or join the hordes of shoppers treasure hunting on Saturday, 22 October 2016 at Australia’s biggest Garage Sale.

11 October 2016

Majestic Boardwalk Closed for Restorations Works


Majestic Boardwalk at Dundas Point in Applecross will temporarily close to the public for essential repair and restoration works between Monday, 17 October 2016 to 18 January 2017.

06 October 2016

The Future Looks Green for Melville


From Monday, 10 October 2016 the City of Melville community is invited to join the conversation at www.melvilletalks.com.au/urbanforest on the City’s Urban Forest and Green Space Policy, adopted by Council in September 2016.

06 October 2016

Cat and dog owners asked to share #furbaby #love


An Instagram campaign by the City of Melville is asking pet owners to share funny cat and dog images as a way of encouraging cat and dog owners to register their pets before 1 November 2016, and also be the running to win a $100 gift voucher from City Farmers.

06 October 2016

Folding Origami Cranes to raise awareness of brain cancer


The City of Melville has teamed up with All Saints’ College to kick off the 1,000 Paper Cranes project in partnership with the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation to raise awareness, promote research and advocate for those affected by Brain Cancer.

28 September 2016

Blowing Zero Gives Drivers the Chance to Win Free Fuel


The City of Melville TravelSmart/Road Safety working group attended a Random Breath Test stop with WA Police on Tuesday, 20 September with an aim to reward drivers that blew a zero alcohol reading.

23 September 2016

October is Safer Melville Month


October will be Safer Melville Month for the City, with the first event kicking off on Thursday 29 September, giving the community a month of opportunity to understand how they can help improve safety and security in their home and local area.

23 September 2016

Housing Needs Survey for Melville


Residents can help guide the future of housing in the City of Melville and become eligible to win a $2,000 voucher prize, by taking part in a survey to give a snapshot of the community’s housing needs in the years to come.

19 September 2016

Melville Ward Boundary Review 2016


In conducting a review of its ward boundaries and councillor representation, the City of Melville is encouraging residents to make submissions on the proposed options.

Future Champions Awarded Sports Scholarships


Seventeen of Melville’s brightest sporting stars were awarded Youth Sports Scholarships (YSS) at a celebratory presentation held on Wednesday, 14 September 2016, aiming to foster, develop and enhance outstanding sporting abilities for the City of Melville’s young people.

15 September 2016

My Future Melville Speaker Series Set Vision for Community


The City of Melville held the first of what will be five independent sessions in a special speaker series designed to give residents and businesses the opportunity to hear about the City’s 20-year vision, the Local Planning Strategy (LPS), and how it will transform our City.

07 September 2016

Nominate Outstanding Citizens


Nominations are now open for the 2016 City of Melville Mayor's Valued Citizen Award, Mayor’s Youth Citizenship Award and 2017 Australia Day Awards, recognising volunteers, persons or groups for their outstanding contribution to the Melville community.

31 August 2016

Accessible Grant for Deep Water Point Upgrade


The City of Melville has received $100,000 in grant funding from the Disability Services Commission towards a ‘Changing Place’ facility that will become part of a wider upgrade at the popular Deep Water Point site

29 August 2016

Operation graffiti continues in Melville


The City of Melville and WA Police are working to beat graffiti across the City, collaborating on initiatives and sharing information to help prevent and deter graffiti, as well as identify and apprehend prolific offenders.

26 August 2016

Keeping Melville safe with Constable Care


Constable Care will continue to spread safety education messages to schools across Melville, following another Memorandum of Understanding signed between the City and the Constable Care Child Safety Foundation (CCCSF).

25 August 2016

After school footy program kicking goals


The Willagee Night Fields football program is kicking goals once again in Willagee having started another term on Wednesday, 27 July 2016, giving young people in the area a regular after school activity to look forward to.

03 August 2016

Comments sought to revitalise Melville District Centre


The City of Melville is calling on the community to assist in the creation and preparation of the Melville District Centre Activity Centre Plan as part of the My Future Melville vision.

02 August 2016

Handmade crafters market returns to Heathcote


Perth Makers Market will transform the City of Melville Heathcote Cultural Precinct into a lively community marketplace this spring on Sunday 7 August, 2 October and 4 December.

28 July 2016

Bumper Rates Prize Draws


City of Melville ratepayers can expect to receive their 2016-2017 rates notice during week commencing Monday, 25 July 2016, including details of two great prize draws to reward early payments and online sign-ups.

28 July 2016

Outstanding customer service recognised at Melville


The City of Melville has received an ‘outstanding rating’ with its reaccreditation for the International Customer Service Standard ICSS: 2015-2020, reaffirming its strong commitment to delivering service excellence to customers.

28 July 2016

Alfresco dining application fees slashed


The City of Melville has announced a significant reduction in alfresco dining application fees, encouraging local businesses to apply and utilise outdoor alfresco space for extra seating, creating more vibrant, prosperous places.

13 July 2016

Youth Active classes kicks off at LeisureFit Booragoon


The City of Melville’s LeisureFit Booragoon is kicking off a new group exercise program for youth aged 12 to 16 on Monday, 18 July 2016, which will aim to boost physical activity among teenagers and ensure their bodies and minds are fit and healthy.

08 July 2016

Smiles all around for Healthy Melville’s Active Kids


The City’s popular Healthy Melville initiative can add two more achievements to its raft of success with the Active Kids in the Park sessions and a nomination in the Department of Sport and Recreation Industry Awards.

07 July 2016

Standing at Water’s Edge


Fascinating, intriguing, inviting? Artist Andrea Vinkovic will ask the question of her audience when her exhibition of ocean inspired clay works, Standing at Water’s Edge, opens at Heathcote Museum & Gallery on Saturday, 9 July 2016.

29 June 2016

Melville Council confirms 2016-2017 budget


The City of Melville’s 2016-2017 Budget was adopted on Tuesday, 28 June 2016, ensuring the continuity of more than 200 products and services for the community, securing $23.6 million in funding for important works projects and confirming this year’s average residential rate increase at 2.45%.

29 June 2016