Due to a delay in the delivery of rates notices, Council has extended the due date for the first instalment to 31 October 2022.
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Do you live or own property in the City of Maribyrnong?
Discover all the services you and your family can access, and how your rates are invested to help make this city a great place to live.
Find information for children, young people and their families and learn about Council's work to support them to thrive.
We provide a wide range of programs and services to older adults, people with disabilities, the LGBTIQA+ community, and multicultural community in an intercultural way.
We want you to stay safe and healthy in your neighbourhood. So we have a range of programs, services, information and facilities that support, protect and promote your health, safety and wellbeing.
Find out how we manage all your household waste and bins.
Find the information, programs and activities to help you reduce your impact on the environment - in the home, garden and around our community.
The Domestic Animals Act 1994 requires all Victorian Councils to prepare a four yearly Domestic Animal Management Plan (DAM Plan). The DAM Plan guides the way Council performs its duties to ensure safe and responsible pet ownership in our municipality. It also outlines how Council supports pet owners and non-pet owners when it comes to domestic and stray animals.
Find out what parking permits you can apply for, and the plans we have for improving parking in busy precincts.Find out more about Council’s road safety programs.
We can help you improve and protect your property through well considered planning applications, building controls and permits, and a coordinated approach to future development across Maribyrnong.
Find out all you need to know about how your rates are calculated, when they’re issued and how to pay them.
Emergency Management plans for our community.
Council has a number of projects in the planning and construction stages which will have a significant social, environmental and economic impact across the municipality.