The City of Whittlesea has announced $800,000 for further relief and response funding to help our vulnerable community and support local businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic until the end of this year.
Whittlesea City Council will continue to advocate strongly for more local family violence and mental health support services for its community, after a Victorian Coroner’s report into the deaths of four South Asian women by suicide found more needs to be done to help vulnerable women.
Council has started a community video project that invites people to share their quarantine experience creatively.
Visit our interactive online hub for creative programs and events. Whittlesea Arts showcases the very best local artists, online events, art collections, music, workshops and so much more!
We would like your feedback on a number of
projects we plan to deliver for our community.
Your input will help the City of Whittlesea
to be a place for all.
The City of Whittlesea recognises the rich Aboriginal heritage of this country and acknowledges the Wurundjeri Willum Clan as the traditional owners of this place.