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Welcome to Your City, Your Voice


Welcome to Your City, Your Voice, Maribyrnong City Council's new online community engagement site.

This consultation site is a space for you to contribute your ideas and feedback on key decisions and priorities for our community.

To participate, simply click on the current projects you are interested in below.

Registration to Your City, Your Voice is optional, but as a registered member, you will receive regular updates about new consultations and ways to get involved.

Get involved and have your say today!



Welcome to Your City, Your Voice, Maribyrnong City Council's new online community engagement site.

This consultation site is a space for you to contribute your ideas and feedback on key decisions and priorities for our community.

To participate, simply click on the current projects you are interested in below.

Registration to Your City, Your Voice is optional, but as a registered member, you will receive regular updates about new consultations and ways to get involved.

Get involved and have your say today!


  • The Scovell Reserve Final Masterplan is here!

    over 1 year ago
    Scovell reserve street view

    After reviewing all of the feedback received on the Draft Concept Plan we invite you to view the Final Masterplan developed for Scovell Reserve.

    After reviewing all of the feedback received on the Draft Concept Plan we invite you to view the Final Masterplan developed for Scovell Reserve.

  • Tree Planting Ballarat Street Yarraville

    over 1 year ago
    Tree yarraville

    Thank you for looking at our revised tree planting plans. The consultation has now closed.

    What you said:

    Of the 24 visitors to the site one visitor raised concerns relating to the use of parking spaces and one submitter raised the potential for trees to interrupt the effectiveness of solar panels.

    We should clarify the location of the tree planting was decided in consultation with traffic engineers. The planting bays are placed within the setback legally required to be 'no parking' for safety reasons at intersections. These spaces had not previously been marked no standing and residents may have assumed they were available as parking spaces. We can also assure residents that shape and size of this street tree has been carefully selected to be manageable in a small street setting and will receive maintenance as necessary to ensure they are not intrusive on private properties.

    Thank you for looking at our revised tree planting plans. The consultation has now closed.

    What you said:

    Of the 24 visitors to the site one visitor raised concerns relating to the use of parking spaces and one submitter raised the potential for trees to interrupt the effectiveness of solar panels.

    We should clarify the location of the tree planting was decided in consultation with traffic engineers. The planting bays are placed within the setback legally required to be 'no parking' for safety reasons at intersections. These spaces had not previously been marked no standing and residents may have assumed they were available as parking spaces. We can also assure residents that shape and size of this street tree has been carefully selected to be manageable in a small street setting and will receive maintenance as necessary to ensure they are not intrusive on private properties.

  • What would you like to do at your Neighbourhood House?

    over 1 year ago
    Nhw 2016 1

    This survey has now closed. Thank you for your input. Your suggestions have been referred to the neighbourhood houses and community centres.


    With nine neighbourhood houses and community centres in the City of Maribyrong there is bound to be one near you.

    As part of the Neighbourhood House Week celebrations we are asking the community to tell us what sort of activities and programs you would like to see.

    This survey has now closed. Thank you for your input. Your suggestions have been referred to the neighbourhood houses and community centres.


    With nine neighbourhood houses and community centres in the City of Maribyrong there is bound to be one near you.

    As part of the Neighbourhood House Week celebrations we are asking the community to tell us what sort of activities and programs you would like to see.

  • Johnson Reserve Final Park Design. We Heard You!

    over 1 year ago
    City design johnson reserve final concept a1 plan 29 4 16

    Council undertook a major community consultation on this park design and we got some great feeback. Click here to see how the consultation went and the final design that includes the changes you suggested.

    Council undertook a major community consultation on this park design and we got some great feeback. Click here to see how the consultation went and the final design that includes the changes you suggested.

  • Reducing Harm from Gambling Policy

    over 1 year ago
    Image   survey form

    This consultation has now closed. This consultation generated strong interest and we would like to thank everyone who responded. Council is currently considering your comments.

    Council has prepared a policy aimed at reducing the harmful impact of gambling on communities and individuals and we are keen to hear your feedback. Click here to view the policy and background paper and complete a brief survey.

    This consultation has now closed. This consultation generated strong interest and we would like to thank everyone who responded. Council is currently considering your comments.

    Council has prepared a policy aimed at reducing the harmful impact of gambling on communities and individuals and we are keen to hear your feedback. Click here to view the policy and background paper and complete a brief survey.

  • Footscray Park Play Space

    over 1 year ago
    Footscray park playspace final concept plan

    Some fantastic feedback was received through the consultation process. Council has now incorporated this feedback into the Final Concept Plan. Click here to view the plan and the changes made.


    Some fantastic feedback was received through the consultation process. Council has now incorporated this feedback into the Final Concept Plan. Click here to view the plan and the changes made.


  • Carshare Draft Policy

    about 2 years ago
    Car share pic

    This consultation is now closed. Watch this site for updates on the draft policy.

    Maribyrnong Council is keen to hear the views of the broader Maribyrnong community (residents, business owners, local employees) on our draft Carshare Policy.

    Carshare is an efficient use of parking space, allowing a single vehicle to be used frequently by a large number of households and businesses. Availability of carshare services has been shown to be of economic benefit to individuals and to businesses that only need a vehicle occasionally and for a short duration.

    click here for more details and to share your views on...

    This consultation is now closed. Watch this site for updates on the draft policy.

    Maribyrnong Council is keen to hear the views of the broader Maribyrnong community (residents, business owners, local employees) on our draft Carshare Policy.

    Carshare is an efficient use of parking space, allowing a single vehicle to be used frequently by a large number of households and businesses. Availability of carshare services has been shown to be of economic benefit to individuals and to businesses that only need a vehicle occasionally and for a short duration.

    click here for more details and to share your views on our draft Carshare Policy in our community survey.


  • Trucks and the Inner West

    over 2 years ago

    Council recently hosted two open community events in conjunction with, VicRoads, Department of Health and the EPA to hear about the recent truck count results following the implementation of the curfews on Somerville Road and Moore Street.

    Please contact VicRoads if you would like any further information on these counts. Details on the information presented on the night can be accessed here.

    Council recently hosted two open community events in conjunction with, VicRoads, Department of Health and the EPA to hear about the recent truck count results following the implementation of the curfews on Somerville Road and Moore Street.

    Please contact VicRoads if you would like any further information on these counts. Details on the information presented on the night can be accessed here.

  • Footscray Park Proposed Play Space

    about 1 month ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded
    Footscray park base

    A new play space is proposed for construction in 2016/17 in the historic environment of Footscray Park.

    This is the first stage of community input which will be used to help shape the future design for the place space and associated visitor facilities. Further opportunities for feedback will be available, once a design has been prepared.

    To find out more and complete the survey, please click here.

    A new play space is proposed for construction in 2016/17 in the historic environment of Footscray Park.

    This is the first stage of community input which will be used to help shape the future design for the place space and associated visitor facilities. Further opportunities for feedback will be available, once a design has been prepared.

    To find out more and complete the survey, please click here.

  • Annual Community Satisfaction Survey - Have your say

    about 1 month ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded

    Council's Annual Community Survey is your opportunity to let us know what services are important to you.

    Door-to-door interviews have been conducted by professionally trained interviewers.

    Results from the 2014 Annual Community Survey are available on Council's website by clicking here.

    Approximately 4,000 households will be invited to participate in the survey, in order to reach 800 target survey responses.

    The survey results will be available in late November 2015.

    Council's Annual Community Survey is your opportunity to let us know what services are important to you.

    Door-to-door interviews have been conducted by professionally trained interviewers.

    Results from the 2014 Annual Community Survey are available on Council's website by clicking here.

    Approximately 4,000 households will be invited to participate in the survey, in order to reach 800 target survey responses.

    The survey results will be available in late November 2015.