News published October 2018
Awards celebrate the best in local business
The winners of the 2018 Casey Cardinia Business Awards (CCBA) have been announced, with a local building company bringing home the top gong this year.
Have your say: draft Social and Affordable Housing Strategy
Cardinia Shire Council’s draft Social and Affordable Housing Strategy is currently on exhibition for public comment.
Upcoming information sessions for Community Capital Works Grants 2019–20
Cardinia Shire Council will be hosting two information sessions to assist local community groups to prepare their applications for the 2019–20 Community Capital Works Grants.
Tender awarded: Officer Recreation Reserve Oval Realignment
The realignment project for the western oval at Officer Recreation Reserve has moved ahead with Cardinia Shire Council recently awarding a tender for construction work.
Tender awarded: Design services for Comely Banks Sports Pavilion
A new sports pavilion at Comely Banks Recreation Reserve is a step closer with the appointment of a principal architect to provide design services.
Seniors Festival: Cardinia Shire Ageing Well newsletter launched
Over 200 guests celebrated Seniors Festival with Cardinia Shire Mayor Cr Collin Ross and fellow Councillors at the Cardinia Cultural Centre today.
Discount Mobile Cat Desexing coming to Cardinia Shire
Cardinia Shire residents are invited to book their cats in for desexing at a mobile pet care van visiting Cardinia Shire on Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 November 2018.
Stepping up this October for Walk to School 2018
Primary schools across Cardinia Shire are stepping up to the challenge of walking, riding, skating and scooting to school as much as possible this October for Walk to School 2018.
Entries now open for Cardinia Cultural Centre's first Youth Arts Exhibition
Entries into Cardinia Cultural Centre’s first Youth Arts Exhibition are now open.
Cardinia Shire Council welcomes new CEO Carol Jeffs
Ms Carol Jeffs today commenced her appointment as Chief Executive Officer of Cardinia Shire Council.