At Stonnington, we have a management plan which is designed to protect the community during an emergency, reduce personal injury, loss of life or damage to property as well as implement measures to assist in recovery.
CCTV in Stonnington is used as part of a package of crime prevention measures and to protect our residents in areas where anti-social behaviour and criminal activities are more likely to occur.
Stonnington has implemented a range of tobacco reforms in recent years to significantly reduce the harm caused by smoking.
Heatwaves can be dangerous and it is important to know how to minimise the impact.
Stonnington Council is committed to providing a safe community for everyone who lives, works and visits Stonnington.
Stonnington's Greet The Street program provides an opportunity for residents to come together, build community spirit and promote a greater sense of safety.
Homelessness can occur due to a variety of complex issues including loss of employment, family breakdown, mental health and family violence.
People sleeping rough in business and shopping areas can cause confusion and uncertainty for business owners, traders and staff
The City of Stonnington is committed to taking action to reduce all forms of violence in our community and providing leadership on gender equality.
To ensure the safety of others, needles and syringes must be disposed of in syringe or 'sharps' containers. You must not put needles or syringes in waste, recycling or green waste bins.
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.