The City of Whittlesea is calling on residents to share their experiences of using public transport to help shape our advocacy efforts ahead of the Victorian state election later this year.
The City of Whittlesea’s new household glass recycling service will soon be rolled out to meet the Victorian Government’s requirement of a standardised four-bin waste and recycling system for all Councils.
A new plan that outlines how the City of Whittlesea’s multi-billion portfolio of assets will be strategically managed over the next 10 years was endorsed by Council at its meeting on 27 June.
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!
When you buy here, you support here
The City of Whittlesea is home to approximately 18,000 businesses and these businesses appreciate your help – It’s important to remember when you buy local, you support local.
Supporting local businesses benefits the entire community in many ways, from providing local employment to contributing to a robust economy.
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.