Visitor Paid Parking Pilot
Providing fairer access for everyone while sharing the costs to maintain our high value foreshore areas.
Providing fairer access for everyone while sharing the costs to maintain our high value foreshore areas.
Our Somers community has let us know they feel unsafe when walking and riding on the busy main roads
The Mornington Peninsula Shire is now inviting expressions of interest to join the new Sustainable Food Economy and Agroecology Taskforce.
All Mornington Peninsula parents of newborns and children have access to our free Maternal and Child and Immunisation services.
An amendment to rezone land near Somerville Railway Station to the Commercial 1 Zone and apply the Design and Development Overlay Schedule 30.
To strengthen customer service and increase connection, while reducing environmental impacts and costs.
Have your say on future development around the Shire
Help shape our reviewed Carbon Neutral Policy.
Tell us what you think about Police Point
How do you feel about public art?
Mount Martha locals will be excited to learn that Dunns Road Reserve will be getting new fitness equipment this year!
An amendment to facilitate the use and development of the land for the Mornington Peninsula Technology, Industry & Business Park at 79 and 83 Bungower Road Somerville.
Our draft Policy guides how we will manage our sports and recreation groups and how we’ll prioritise things like gender equality, accessibility and club fees.
Help shape our 2023 - 24 Shire Budget and guide the future direction of Shire delivered community programs, projects and services.
Homegrown and handmade, we’re stoked about the new mountain bike and BMX dirt jumps pilot program literally rising out of the earth in Mount Martha.
Supporting a strategic and consistent approach to leash free and dog prohibited areas on Shire managed land.
An amendment to protect the ecological values of the Balcombe Estuary Creek and associated reserves, whilst balancing existing sports and recreation and community uses.
This Girl Can Week (12 – 18 September) celebrates everyday women getting active however, wherever and whenever they choose.
In the lead-up to the Victorian election, we are advocating to the local candidates on the issues and projects you have told us matter the most to you.
As part of our recently adopted Universal Design Policy we’re inviting feedback on what you think needs to be done to improve our standard picnic table.
This Amendment proposes to apply permanent, mandatory building design controls to the Ocean Beach Road Commercial Precinct in Sorrento.
Mornington Peninsula Shire is thrilled to announce that HappinessFirst has been awarded the tender to operate the Mornington Library Café!
We are improving the way we offer community funding to ensure the process is fairer, more transparent and equitable.
The draft Policy outlines the procedures and policy for reimbursement of out-of-pocket expenses for councillors and members of delegated committees.
Mornington Peninsula Shire is hosting the 2023 Australian Local Government Women’s Association (ALGWA) National Conference
The Shire is working to improve disability access and access for the aged in homes, community places and infrastructure on the Mornington Peninsula.
We are updating our Private Works on Nature Strips and Road Reserves Policy as well as our Township Street Tree and Vegetation Policy.
We’re pleased to announce a new community bike park is being planned at RW Stone Reserve, Somers.
This draft Policy sets out our commitment to openness and transparency in decision-making processes and describes how information will be made available to the public.
We've developed a draft Masterplan for the Hastings foreshore to explore the opportunities available for the area.
We invited you to vote on making the Rosebud Placemaking and Activation Project permanent.
The Briars Master Plan was developed with a range of stakeholders, which protects, enhances and celebrates the natural, cultural and heritage beauty of the site.
You’re invited to provide your thoughts on our draft Place Naming Policy.
Where should Council focus its efforts over the next four years?
Help us protect our Green Wedge and better support our rural businesses and populations by recognising the Mornington Peninsula Shire as a Peri-Regional area.
We are working towards fixing the missing links making Mornington Peninsula one of the world’s great cycling and walking destinations.
Help us to protect and enhance the Briars – a precious community asset and tourism attraction for residents and visitors.
Help us better manage our coastline, build resilience to climate change and ensure our community can continue to enjoy our beaches and piers.
We are asking for $50 million towards the Department of Transport (DoT) proposed upgrades to Mornington Tyabb Road, as part of the development of an east – west corridor
Emil Madsen Reserve – Shared Soccer, Football, Cricket and Netball Pavilions
Help the Mornington Peninsula secure a high-quality alternative water supply for agriculture and other uses through recycled water supply infrastructure upgrades.
Extension of the Frankston medical and education precinct to Rosebud.
Urgent funding for crisis accommodation on the Mornington Peninsula
Southern Peninsula Transport Planning
Urgent investment in sustainably built social and affordable housing.
Help us elevate the Mornington Peninsula’s reputation as an arts and culture destination.
Funding to improve mobile coverage
Consultation on Clothing Optional Policy at Sunnyside North Beach
Help shape the future of Rosebud Foreshore
Amendment C270morn proposes to protect the Mornington Peninsula Green Wedge from inappropriate development by rezoning several sites across the Shire.
C271morn proposes changes to planning controls affecting coastal and inland areas around Westernport Bay. C282morn proposes changes to the existing DDO21.
Pedestrian, cyclist, road and intersection improvements.
The Mornington Peninsula has the second lowest provision of public transport per person in metropolitan Melbourne.
Mornington Peninsula Shire is requesting that Government adopt a more tailored approach to ease restrictions in our region.
We are developing Coastal and Marine Management Plans (CMMPs) for three communities: Flinders, Mount Eliza and Portsea.
Bass Coast Shire, Mornington Peninsula Shire and the Victorian Government to determine the viability of a vehicle ferry service between Stony Point and Phillip Island.
This summer when you are visiting Peninsula beaches, be sure to treat our precious environment with care and show respect for those around us.
We’re setting up a new Citizens’ Panel 2023 to help us make better and more informed decisions.
We are seeking feedback on what type of memorials you think are appropriate in various locations and how long they should be in place.
We've been working with our volunteer coastal advisory groups and beach patrol groups to establish a beach cleaning regime across our Port Phillip Bay beaches.
We are reviewing safety and amenity for pedestrians and cyclists at four locations on the Mornington Peninsula.
The Wastewater Management Policy has been reviewed and updated. This policy aims is to reduce environmental and public health impacts caused by wastewater systems.
The Shire welcomes the decision by Ross Trust and Hillview Quarries not to proceed with a plan to re-open the former Pioneer Quarry in Dromana.
We're working with our community to restore Fenton Hall. Let us know your views about Fenton Hall to ensure community needs are reflected in the planning process
Help shape the future of affordable housing.
How was 262 days of lockdown for you?
We’re starting to create a Universal Design Policy for life on our Peninsula.
A new athletics and soccer pavilion is coming to Civic Reserve, Mornington!
The Narambi Reserve Master Plan will provide much needed new sporting facilities in Mornington.
Upgrades to the public amenities at Flinders Park Reserve is now one step closer to become a reality. We’re now ready to show you the final concept plans!
Sign up for the Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Family Adventure Challenge to win prizes including a family weekend away and passes to local attractions.
The General Purposes Local Law and Consumption of Liquor Local Law are up for review and we want feedback on the issues you want Council to enforce on the Peninsula.
An exciting new youth hub is being designed and built at Olympic Park, Rosebud as a much-needed facility for our young people on the Southern Peninsula.
These works will improve traffic and pedestrian safety as part of a major upgrade in Mount Eliza.
Join us to celebrate National Children’s Week 2022.
Want to explore and enjoy the Mornington Peninsula and give local tourism operators a much-needed boost?
We have developed a Music Plan to support and grow an active, rich and diverse music culture on the Peninsula.
The amendment proposes to apply a new Heritage Overlay or revise an existing heritage overlay to four places in Shoreham, Merricks North and Rosebud.
This strategy sets out how to manage flood risks, before, during and after flood.
A combined amendment to facilitate a 250 lot residential subdivision, a 6.99ha conservation area, public open space and associated infrastructure.
The Shire is working with community groups to improve the energy efficiency in the buildings they operate
We are committed to fostering a thriving local food economy, sustainable farming practices, enhancing biodiversity and adopting circular economy principles.
Young artists share how COVID has impacted their lives, their families and their community.
We want to know what resources are readily used to find out about volunteering in our community and how community organisations are finding their volunteers.
Our state significant heritage lighthouse in McCrae requires restoration works.
Refreshing and upgrading sports facilities at Bunguyan Reserve, Tyabb
We're delivering road safety upgrades in Sorrento, which will see improved traffic safety in the vicinity of the ferry terminal.
Heritage Awards recognise those in our community who have demonstrated excellence in retention, restoration, enhancement, interpretation and reuse of our heritage places.
Improving stormwater management in private development.
Mornington Peninsula Shire is calling on State Government to protect the famed spider crab aggregation during their annual moulting event in southern Port Phillip Bay.
The Shire is working with local community groups and Peninsula Health to make the Peninsula smoke free.
Amendment C232 proposes to introduce a Local Planning Policy into the Planning Scheme to provide guidance for Environmentally Sustainable Development (ESD).
Willum Warrain in Hastings is a place where the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island community can gather to explore identity and cultural heritage.
We are amending our Governance Rules.
Mornington Peninsula Shire manages 1,712km of roads. We are responsible for inspecting, maintaining and repairing our public roads at all times.
As part of the Sorrento Masterplan we are underway with planning Sorrento’s new coastal precinct including Websters Corner, Sullivan Bay and Western Sister.
New residential zones and updated design controls to protect neighbourhood character whilst the Shire continues to meet existing and future housing needs.
We are investigating whether further planning controls are needed to better protect the environmental values of the Balcombe Estuary Reserves.
Provide your input on the Domestic Animal Management Plan and help balance the needs of pet owners with the needs of the rest of our community.
This trial is a great step towards making our roads safer, especially as we are tragically one of Victoria’s worst municipalities for road deaths.
This is your opportunity to Shape the future of the Peninsula.
The awards recognise an initiative, club, business, service or person that contributes to building a stronger local community for older people on the Peninsula.
The Mayor’s Short Story Writing Awards aim to encourage emerging writers living on the Mornington Peninsula and celebrate our diverse regional talent.
An accessible beach matting trial in Sorrento
From July 2021, residents with a green waste bin will be able to add their food waste.
Working with community to explore social pressures on men and boys and how we can work together to improve the health and wellbeing of the community.
With the introduction of two years of funded kindergarten starting next year, we are surveying families on the 2023 Priority of Access / Allocation Criteria.
We are reviewing our library book delivery services and seek your input to help us shape the next phase of book delivery and related services.
Mornington Peninsula Shire is committed to recycling! Our recycling goes to Polytrade to be sorted, baled and sent to manufacturers to be made into new products.
Gardens for Wildlife is a network of community groups and councils working together to care for the native plants and animals of our communities.
Children and young people on the Mornington Peninsula have embraced a new hobby – building bike jumps and tracks in their neighbourhoods.
The Shire is paving the way for extended outdoor dining to support local traders as COVID-19 restrictions ease this spring and summer.
Mornington Peninsula Shire will receive $2.25 million towards the Flinders Civic Hall redevelopment through the state government’s expanded Growing Suburbs Fund.
To supply high-quality alternate water for agriculture and public open spaces across the Mornington Peninsula’s hinterland region.
Council is working with the community to plan how parking will be provided across Hastings, Mornington and Rosebud in the future.
Successful grant funding through the State Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund will assist in the delivery of the new home for the Mornington Community House.
The boat ramp at Hastings requires upgrading to meet best practice standards and to provide access for all tide heights.
If approved, the proposed Gas Import Jetty and Pipeline project will import liquefied natural gas at Crib Point and transfer it to the Victorian Transmission System.
The Shire looks forward to working with residents, the community, businesses and industries to progressively implement the Beyond Zero Waste Strategy.
The Rye Township Plan sets the strategic vision and direction for the improvement of the foreshore, streetscape and town centre of Rye.
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Mornington Peninsula Shire acknowledges and pays respect to the Bunurong people, the Traditional Custodians of these lands and waters.