An Aboriginal Smoking Ceremony, a Sorry Walk and stories of the stolen generation marked Council’s 2022 commemoration of National Sorry Day.
City of Whittlesea Council and DPV is hosting a walk up COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Saturday, 28th May at Mill Park Basketball Stadium. You can get your first, second or booster dose of Pfizer or Novavax at this pop-up vaccination site.
Mill Park Leisure is administering walk-in COVID-19 vaccination from 2nd June to 12th June. You can get vaccinated with minimal wait times and avail a coffee voucher with your vaccination.
TRAC is administering walk-in COVID-19 vaccination from 23rd of May till 1st of June. You can get vaccinated with minimal wait times and avail a coffee voucher with your vaccination.
Council has installed much-needed traffic lights at the intersection of Findon Road and Maserati Drive in Epping to help pedestrians get to where they need to be, quickly and safely.
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.
Build a bug hotel, test your skills on the Ninja Warrior Course or get up close and personal with native wildlife at the City of Whittlesea’s World Environment Day Festival this June.
The redevelopment of the play space at Redleap Recreation Reserve in Mill Park will start in June 2022.
The City of Whittlesea flew the flag for equality on 17 May for IDAHOBIT Day (the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia).
It’s game, set and match for tennis lovers in the City of Whittlesea as Council gives the green light to a state-of-the-art tennis hub at Huskisson Recreation Reserve in Lalor.