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We would like your feedback on the proposal to sell four properties to contribute to our city shaping infrastructure projects. Have your say by 31 July 2022.
CBD Hoddle Grid Neighbourhood Portal
From Little Lonsdale to Flinders Lane, we’re transforming our Little Streets to create more space for people to walk, shop and dine – while maintaining physical distance.
We’re delivering over 40km of kerbside protected bike lanes to support more people to move around our city safely and sustainably. Share your experience.
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Exploring big ideas in Melbourne's oldest innovation precinct.
Working with the community, industry and businesses to explore how we could live, work and play in the future.
Let’s get neighbourly and talk about what West Melbourne is and could be.
Let’s get neighbourly and talk about what North Melbourne is and could be.
Help us make Parkville the best it can be and shape the development of our neighbourhood portal.
Help us make Carlton the best it can be and shape the development of our neighbourhood portal.
Help us make South Yarra the best it can be and shape the development of our Neighbourhood Portal.
Help us make Southbank the best it can be and shape the development of our neighbourhood plan.
Let your voice be heard in shaping the future of Docklands.
Help us make East Melbourne the best it can be and shape the development of our Neighbourhood Portal.
Our strategic direction and program of work for 2022–23.
Investing in Melbourne’s momentum.
Moving to a fairer and more transparent model.
Our landmark plans to invest in Melbourne’s momentum.
Protecting the community from second-hand smoke by expanding smoke-free areas.
We’ve developed a policy to support our vision of becoming a smoke-free city where our community is protected from the harms of smoking.
Investigating the future use of council-owned land for an affordable housing project.
If you live, work or play in the City of Melbourne we want to know which Goals are important to you and what you are doing to contribute.
Help shape the creation of a new park at Hawke Street.
Exploring how city retail spaces can better support our community and economy.
Help us plan the development of the new library and community centre in the Munro Building at Queen Victoria Market.
Tell us about your experience with animals in the city and help us guide our service.
Tell us what you think about a greener and more social streetscape.
Help increase tree diversity and improve local food production by contributing to planting plans for the Kensington Stock Route.
Have your say on the updated Design and Construction Standards. Consultation closes 15 June.
Help us make Kensington the best it can be and shape the development of our neighbourhood plan.
You're invited to re-discover the Melbourne CBD and make our neighbourhood the best it can be.
Take a journey through our first two Neighbourhood Portals.
Developing a Yarra River - Birrarung Strategy to guide future aspirations for Melbourne's inner city Yarra River.
We’re stepping up to address homelessness. Join us in helping to make room for Melbourne’s most vulnerable residents.
We've refreshed the structure plan for Macaulay.
We need your local knowledge in one of our community reference groups.
We are planning for the growing number of dogs in our city and want to hear from all park users on how we should do this.
Our draft Carlton Gardens Master Plan is being reviewed.
Exploring the role of data and technology in our parks.
Guiding the development and use of land in West Melbourne through new planning controls.
Consultation has closed on our latest plan to help keep women and girls in our municipality safe.
Exploring public space opportunities for a neighbourhood in Melbourne.
Have your say about how you like to exercise and what exercise equipment you would like to see and use in Powlett Reserve in East Melbourne.
Greening Provost Street and Little Provost Street in North Melbourne.
We're establishing a Skate Reference Group to help with the redevelopment of one of our most iconic skate parks.
Modernising heritage practice in the city by updating our local heritage policies, including the West Melbourne Heritage Review.
Building towards a more inclusive Melbourne.
Protecting our most memorable neighbourhoods.
We're revitalising Southbank Promenade.
Redeveloping the Kensington Community Aquatic and Recreation Centre.
Discovering how data might inform urban design that connects and supports our community.
Protecting our most memorable neighbourhoods.
Protecting our most memorable neighbourhoods.
Planning our future libraries.
Our bold and transformational vision for the north bank of the Yarra River, Birrarung.
Protecting heritage buildings in the heart of the city.
Help shape the redesign of skate parks at Riverslide and JJ Holland Park.
Protecting our most memorable neighbourhoods and reinstating heritage protection for Punt Road Oval.
Protecting Melbourne’s industrial heritage.
We’re proposing to protect a further 119 exceptional trees around our city.
Sustainable Building Design Standards to ensure new buildings in the municipality respond to climate change.
Creating a plan for an inclusive Melbourne.
Zoning corrections of public open space and anomalies in the Melbourne Planning Scheme.
Protecting winter sunlight in our parks with new planning controls.
Guiding the future of public participation at the City of Melbourne.
Promoting high quality urban design outcomes in the central city and Southbank.
Help shape a vision for Melbourne’s maritime heritage and the Mission to Seafarers building.
We’re updating Melbourne’s Planning scheme controls to ensure future development is designed with flood resilience in mind.
Solving city challenges with bright ideas from innovators, entrepreneurs, students and community members.
Reviewing heritage in Carlton. Explore the stories about favourite public places in Carlton.
Welcoming our community safely back to cafes and restaurants through our extended outdoor dining program.
Developing the City of Melbourne’s 10 year Financial and Asset plans.
Planning for how Council will generate income over the next four years.
Shape our ten year community vision for Melbourne.
Planning for Arden.
Applications have closed for four community member appointments to the Parks and Gardens Advisory Committee.
We’re reviewing our Road Management Plan and how we can make sure our roads and footpaths are safe and well-maintained for everyone.
Planning for economic recovery and reactivation in the City of Melbourne in a post COVID world.
We're developing a Master Plan to guide the future of the area over the next 20 years.
Designing a new play space in Kensington.
Renewing Seafarer's Rest Park in Docklands.
What we’re planning to deliver in the year ahead.
How has this crisis changed your perspective on the future? Help us create a plan for a future Melbourne.
Protecting heritage buildings in the heart of the city.
Mapping Melbourne’s startup ecosystem and supporting startups in the city.
Installing a new public toilet on Faraday Street in Carlton.
Investing in key services and infrastructure to support Melbourne's economy and respond to the impacts of COVID-19.
Traders, customers and the community have a voice in the renewal of Queen Victoria Market, helping to create a thriving market precinct.
Reviewing our gaming policy to strengthen the criteria for new electronic gaming machines.
Engaging communities with a high standard of service.
Undertaking a study of transport modes at Royal Park to help refresh the Master Plan.
Australia’s largest urban renewal project, covering approximately 480 hectares in the inner south west of Melbourne.
Helping to build upon our previous achievements and shape the future steps for the 2020-23 plan.
Helping to decrease local flooding and improve water sustainability in the area.
Creating a greener, safer and people friendly Elizabeth Street.
A bold vision for the forgotten waterway of Melbourne, creating a vibrant place for the local community.
Seeking volunteers to help us collect data about trees, plants and ecology to build a greener Melbourne.
Developing a structure plan that guides the development of future growth in the area.
Upgrading Enterprize Park to make it more accessible and inclusive for all Melburnians.
New digital advertising payphones negatively impacting Melbourne’s streetscapes.
What would happen if we applied a creative lens to an entire city? Read our final Creative Strategy.
The long-term vision for Melbourne.
Our plans to support Melbourne now and into the future.
Greening Scarborough Place in Kensington.
Find out more about Turner Street’s transformation and Fishermans Bend's new pop-up placemaking hub.
Help us decide the future use of the Pavilion in Fitzroy Gardens.
Designing inclusive new experiences in public spaces that encourage people to connect.
Upgrading the Pasley Street North entrance to Fawkner Park to improve landscape health, drainage, safety and amenity as part of the Master Plan recommendations.
Reviewing heritage in Parkville.
Upgrading Hardware Lane to maintain its status as a destination laneway.
Providing an insight in how we can make waste disposal systems supportive, sustainable and enjoyable.
Completing the heritage grading conversion for properties already in the Heritage Overlay.
Improving and connecting spaces in Melbourne's innovation district.
Reviewing heritage in parts of South Yarra.
A new food and garden waste collection service is being rolled out across the City of Melbourne.
To prepare for the next decade, the City of Melbourne is bringing the community together to refresh the goals for Future Melbourne.
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