Community consultation and engagement is important to us. Our new digital portal has been custom built for online engagement and community participation in decision-making using interactive forum conversations, surveys and polls.
It’s a great way for the community to connect with Council on a range of projects, programs and services.
To see more information about upcoming consultations, visit our Connect Stonnington website.
Visionary and always one to set the pace, the City of Stonnington’s Strategies for Creating Open Space is the canvas for a healthier and greener City now and into the future.
Council’s 20 year plan includes a range of innovative options such as undergrounding car parks to create parkland on top, promoting green roofs and walls as well as extending and developing green spaces.
To explore how Council is creating open space, visit our Open Space webpage.
Stonnington’s Libraries are like an Aladdin’s Cave, offering an incredible range of services and resources.
Your library card gives you access to our on-site and online services and resources across our four libraries and the Stonnington History Centre. From hundreds of thousands of items to borrow, download or stream; to a jam-packed calendar of events; to workshops and information on new technology; to Wifi, internet and printing facilities — our Libraries have it all.
Start your journey of discovery now by visiting Stonnington’s Libraries.
Have you lost track of the date of your next hardwaste collection, or would like to know where your nearest community centre is, or simply fancy viewing some art close to home…Services Near Me has the answers.
To have the services near you at your finger tips within seconds, visit Services Near Me.
14 February 2019
Despite welcoming the State Government announcement to progress rail level crossing removals within the municipality, the City of Stonnington is concerned about the lack of consultation with the community and the council.
The relocation of the University of the Third Age (U3A) to the new repurposed terrace house in Valetta Street, Malvern, was welcomed last year by Council and U3A members alike.
7 February 2019
A draft masterplan has been prepared for Percy Treyvaud Memorial Park guided by community feedback on four concept site options exhibited in November 2018.
The City of Stonnington acknowledges that we are on the traditional land of the Boonwurrung and Wurundjeri people and offer our respects to the elders past and present. We recognise and respect the cultural heritage of this land.