An honour to host Police Minister Lisa Neville MP in Eaton Mall earlier this week. WATCH this video to find out more about the joint effort between the City of Monash and the State Government to ensure our municipality remains one of the safest in Victoria
Lisa Neville MP
The community is best placed to identify local crime issues and come up with local solutions that will make a real difference.
This week I went to tour where one of our grants will make a difference to community safety in Eaton Mall, Oakleigh.
Nearly $4 million is on offer for projects that will improve safety, prevent crime, and encourage people to enjoy our public spaces.
Our Public Safety Infrastructure and Community Safety Grants are now open- visit www.crimeprevention.vic.gov.au for more details ... See MoreSee Less
4 hours ago
WordFest bookings have been flooding in and some events have already booked out.
Vikki Petraitis and Rosalie Ham are both fully booked but we are taking names on their waiting lists.
We can count on one hand the number of seats left for Nick Riewoldt and Julian Burnside. If you don't want to miss out then book inmediately!
www.monlib.vic.gov.au/wordfest for program details and online bookings.
UPDATE 12.30pm: Nick Riewoldt is now fully booked. ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
It was terrific to host Police Minister Lisa Neville MP this week in Eaton Mall to discuss the challenges we face in the City of Monash. Bollards, planter boxes and other safety works will commence later in the year
Coupled with pedestrian safety upgrade works being constructed by Council, in conjunction with VicRoads, there will be some big changes occurring in Oakleigh throughout 2018
A massive win for our community
With Monash Councillor Shane McCluskey & Councillor Josh Fergeus ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
Are we sure we are changing for the better? Better looking landscape, better user experience, better flow of pedestrian traffic, better access, less blockages, less impediments, less restrictions?
Wonderful job our Cr. Stuart James you're working for people, he is wonderful support him all people!
Well done Stuart. Always a sound mind.
I still remember catching the W-Class to school every morning and collecting the ticket book stubs shoved in behind the advertising boards on the inside of the Trams. Such an ironic part of Melbourne’s history - I miss themW-class tram vs C-class outside 303 Collins Street (1973). W-class trams have been in service since 1923 and the French-made C-class since 2001. ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
It was an absolute pleasure to join Councillor Josh Fergeus this morning to celebrate the commitment of the MOCSIS (mocsis.org.au) volunteers. These amazing people give up their time to support the less privileged of our community and some have been doing so for more than 20 years
If you’re interested in getting involved, or donating food or supplies, they’d love to hear from you ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
They certainly do great work Bernadette Allan looks like you had a great breakfast 😄