In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the community, the City of Greater Bendigo has announced a series of immediate measures to reduce the financial burden and support our community, residents, businesses and sporting clubs.
Air quality is more important than ever before, so the City of Greater Bendigo is asking residents to make open-air-burning a last resort to dispose of wood and timber on their properties, with the end of fire danger period on March 30.
A project to pave the domestic waste drop off and weighbridge areas at the Eaglehawk Landfill with an environmentally friendly asphalt mix containing a large volume of recycled materials is now complete.
Community urged to back local businesses during pandemic
The City of Greater Bendigo has agreed to allocate up to $7M to the development of a Joint Use sporting and community facility at the Catherine McAuley College Coolock Campus in Junortoun.
Strathfieldsaye Urban Design Framework Planning Scheme Amendment adopted by Council