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Applications for the first round of Council’s Community Strengthening Grants are now open.
Part of Council’s renewed Community Grants program, Community Strengthening Grants of up to $10,000 are now available in four categories:
While many aspects of life have been impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Council is completing its infrastructure building program, approved in its 2019/2020 Council Budget, with works to begin soon on the redevelopment of Barwon Park Road Bridge in Inverleigh.
The Fire Danger Period officially ended in Golden Plains Shire today, Monday 6 April 2020, however, Council encourages residents to remain vigilant about fire.
If you are planning to burn off your garden waste pile, make sure you have:
Due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, all playgrounds, skate and bike parks, campgrounds and a number of other Council locations in Golden Plains are now closed until further notice.
Council provides important services to a number of elderly and vulnerable residents, and its Active Ageing & Disability team is making sure they are not forgotten during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The March Ordinary Meeting of Council for 2020 went ahead at the changed location of the Bannockburn Cultural Centre last night, Tuesday 24 March, with all Councillors except Cr Joanne Gilbert in attendance.