News published February 2024
Apply now for 2024 Community Leadership Program!
Applications are now open for Cardinia Shire Council’s Community Leadership Program 2024.
Community satisfaction survey on Cardinia Shire Council services starting this week
Around 900 residents across Cardinia Shire will be surveyed to gain insight into the delivery of Cardinia Shire Council services and community needs, as part of the 2024 Community Satisfaction Survey.
Ward boundary review for Cardinia Shire: Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) consultation now open
The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) is conducting a review of Cardinia Shire’s ward boundaries. Residents are invited to share their thoughts with the VEC on the proposed ward boundaries.
Mobile community outreach program for storm-affected communities
Council staff will visit storm-affected communities from Monday 26 February as part of Council’s mobile community outreach program in response to last week’s storm.
Have your say on Council’s free local immunisation sessions
Cardinia Shire residents are invited to give feedback on free immunisations sessions held locally and delivered by Cardinia Shire Council. The input received will be used to plan sessions for 2025.
Free community event to celebrate International Women’s Day 2024
Cardinia Shire community members are invited to attend a free family-friendly event celebrating International Women’s Day 2024 on Thursday 7 March.
Free green and storm-related waste drop-offs for residents impacted by the storms
Residents impacted by the recent storms can continue to drop-off their green waste for free, as well as other storm-related general waste, until Tuesday 30 April.
Community information session for storm-affected residents
A community information session for storm-affected residents will be held on Tuesday 20 February at 6-7pm.
Free green waste drop-off for storm impacted residents
To support residents impacted by the recent storms, Cardinia Shire Council is providing free additional green waste drop-offs at transfer stations in Pakenham and Lysterfield.
Relief centres now open in Cockatoo and Emerald for storm-impacted residents
Relief centres are now open in Emerald and Cockatoo to provide support to residents impacted by yesterday’s (Tuesday 13 February) severe storm events.