Coronavirus update 13 March 2020

Stage 3 lockdown: guidance and support.

Media releases

  1. 01

    Proposed Budget 2020-21: Building a Better Boroondara

    The City of Boroondara’s Proposed Budget 2020-21 will be available for public comment from 3 June until 1 July 2020.
  2. 02

    Empowering by volunteering: community celebrates local heroes

    We've released a profile of 12 City of Boroondara volunteers to mark National Volunteer Week.
  3. 03

    Boroondara Council meetings going virtual

    Council and Special Committee meetings will be held virtually following legislative changes to the Local Government Act 2020.
  4. 04

    The show goes on - Boroondara Eisteddfod now online

    The much-loved event will be staged digitally, showcasing incredible talent from musicians of all ages in the Boroondara community.
  5. 05

    City of Boroondara Supporting Residents, Businesses and Community Groups

    Fee waivers, rate assistance and rent reductions are on the way.
  6. 06

    City of Boroondara activates Municipal Emergency Pandemic Plan: community events cancelled and centres to close

    The City of Boroondara will temporarily close its public libraries, aquatic and leisure facilities, arts and culture centres and youth centre until Tuesday 14 April 2020.
  7. 07

    City of Boroondara wins local government award

    Greythorn Community Hub has taken out the top spot in the ‘Community Assets and Infrastructure Initiative’ category at the 2020 LGPro Awards for Excellence.
  8. 08

    Rewarding urban design excellence in Boroondara

    The Boroondara Urban Design Awards are a celebration of excellence in urban design and high quality architecture.
  9. 09

    Boroondara expands waste service for Food and Garden Organics

    A new weekly Food Organics Garden Organics (FOGO) waste collection service is coming to Boroondara, starting from Monday 4 May 2020.
  10. 10

    Councils to commence legal action on North East Link

    The Alliance of Banyule, Boroondara and Whitehorse Councils will commence legal action to challenge the decisions on the North East Link Project (NELP).