Please view our community announcements page to find information regarding the Maribyrnong flood recovery effort, our temporary relocation and COVID-19 community information.
Find information and support for those impacted by the recent floods
Find out about our new online services and payments portal, MyMaribyrnong
Contribute your ideas and feedback on key decisions and priorities for our community via Council’s online community engagement platform, Your City Your Voice
Pay your rates, pet registration renewals, infringement notice or business permit application.
Submit a request to our Customer Service team.
Request an at-call hard rubbish or green waste collection, or replace or repair a damaged bin.
Register your child for community managed long day childcare or kindergarten.
Renew a loan, reserve an item, or find out what exciting events are happening at your local library.
Find today's timetable, or sign up for a free trial of our pools, spa, sauna, health centre and gym.
Find out the latest information relating to COVID-19, including closures and event cancellations.
Read our COVID-19 Financial Hardship Policy developed to support our community through COVID-19.
Visit the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services' website for further information.
Looking for info on building and planning? Start here.
Find out everything you need to know about applying for a planning permit.
Building and planning forms and checklists
Find out about Council’s current works and projects, future plans and strategies
Assistance with the practicalities of building and development.
See what major planning projects are taking place around the City.
06 June 2023
Join us for Baby Rhyme Time sessions in the library.
05 June 2023
Story Time is free and suitable for children aged 3-5 years.
04 June 2023
Find information about MAC's Womens Swim Night.
Published on 01 June 2023
The City of Maribyrnong welcomes funding from the State Government as announced in the 2023/24 State Budget, released last week.
Published on 24 May 2023
Maribyrnong City Council has added its voice to a campaign to see better buses that are more frequent, connected and environmentally friendly rolled out in the municipality to increase public transport use, reduce emissions, and improve health and well-being.
Published on 17 May 2023
Maribyrnong City Council has declared a health emergency in its municipality - citing the impacts of air and noise pollution from heavy trucks using local roads.
Contribute your ideas and feedback on key decisions and priorities for our community.
Find your nearest dog park, community centre, arts venue, sportsground, hire venue and much more!
Meet the Councillors, access meeting agendas and find out how you can participate in local matters.