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Leisure services engagement

Council is currently exploring a change to the management model of our two Aqualink facilities. Your input will be used to inform the public tender process and help ensure any proposals from external management companies reflect our community’s needs and preferences.

Feedback closes on 1 March 2024.

Share your thoughts with us.

Planned Website System Maintenance - 27 & 28 February

Planned system maintenance is scheduled for the Whitehorse City Council website.  

Some disruption to our website services is expected on Tuesday 27 February from 8am to 9am, and Wednesday 28 February from 7pm to 11pm. 

Phone services and Facebook Messenger will still be available during business hours. Thank you for your patience.

Community Grants program now open

Your community organisation could be eligible for up to $10,000 under the Whitehorse Community Grants program. 

Applications are open from 26 February until 7 April. 

Read more.

The Round's Season 2024

Find out about all that The Round has to offer in Season 2024

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Waste Service Charge

Council will implement a Waste Service Charge from July 2023. The Waste Service Charge is not an extra charge on top of rates.
Council Awarded Winners

Whitehorse News February now available

Lunar New Year, State Government's Suburban Rail Loop Project, our Community Grants Program and more
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Child Safety Policy

Council provides a working environment that values safety, diversity and inclusion for all children and adheres to the Victorian Child Safe Standards and related legislation.
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Climate Response Strategy and Plan Adopted

We're pleased to have adopted our plan to address climate change and its forecasted impact on our municipality.

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Aboriginal flagTSI flagWhitehorse City Council acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the land. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.