News published June 2023
Cardinia Shire Council adopts 2023-24 Budget
Cardinia Shire Council has adopted its 2023–24 Budget, following a second round of community input into the draft document in May this year.
NAIDOC Week community art: ‘Celebration of Hands’
Cardinia Shire Mayor Councillor Tammy Radford and Deputy Mayor Councillor Jack Kowarzik are inviting residents to get involved in creating a community artwork to celebrate NAIDOC Week.
Have your say on the Comely Banks Pavilion artwork
Cardinia Shire Council has commissioned local arts organisation, Melbourne’s Murals, to deliver a public artwork at Comely Banks Pavilion in Officer.
Enjoy all things local this Winter!
Winterfest is giving residents plenty of reasons to stay and play local these Winter school holidays, offering a range of local deals, activities, and experiences.
No burning off during July in Cardinia Shire
Cardinia Shire residents are reminded that no burning off is allowed across the shire during the month of July without a permit.
Kindergarten registrations for 2024 are closing soon
Cardinia Shire Council is reminding residents that new 2024 kindergarten registrations or changes to placement preferences must be submitted by Friday 30 June 2023, to be included in first-round offers.
Creekwood Park playground officially opened
Cardinia Shire Council has revealed the brand-new Creekwood Park playground, located on Oaklands Way, Pakenham.
New tenant proposed for My Place
A new lease agreement between Cardinia Shire Council and Community College Gippsland is being proposed for 5-7 Main Street Pakenham, also known as My Place.
Cardinia Shire Council wins Victorian Sport Award
Cardinia Shire Council is proud to have won the Bunnings Trade ‘Local Government Initiative of the Year’ award.
Positions are now open for the Emerald Museum’s Community Asset Committee
Residents are invited to become members of Emerald Museum’s Community Asset Committee.