Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Spring Hard Waste collection scheduled to start on 1 September has been delayed.Subject to restrictions easing, we are looking at the possibility of the collection starting in October. Specific dates have not yet been confirmed.A flyer detailing what will be collected and when to put hard waste out will be delivered around two weeks before collection day.
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DELAYS: Due to high demand we are experiencing some delays with our service delivery, we appreciate your patience during this time.RATES NOTICES: Due to COVID-19 considerations rates notices have been delayed this year. You should receive your rates notice in late-September.SERVICES: Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions has impacted some of our facilities, services and programs.
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An Local Law permit or consent must be obtained prior to commencement of building works, according to the requirements of City of Stonnington Local Laws(PDF, 2MB) and the Road Management Act 2004.
You can find out more information about general Local Laws that aren’t related to building works on this section of our website. Or you can contact Council on 8290 1333.
Find out about Road Occupation Permits, which are required to wholly or partially occupy a footpath while undetaking certain types of works.
Find out about out-of-hours permits, which are required when building works have the potential to create noise and other effects which could affect the amenity of neighbouring residents and businesses.
Find out about the permits you'll need if you intend to construct or alter a vehicle crossing
Find out how to get consent if you need to dig into any part of a road or footpath in the municipality.
A tradesperson parking permit allows a tradesperson to park in front of or as near as possible to the construction site for a short period of time. Find out how to apply for one.
A works zone permit provides dedicated parking for workers' vehicles during the construction period of long-term developments. Find out how to apply for one.
Find out about who can use skip bins on Council land and the permit required to do so.
Find out about noise regulations relating to residential properties and how to make a complaint about a noisy neighbour.
You'll require an asset protection permit if your when building works have the potential to damage or destroy Council assets. Find out how to apply for one.
Find out what you need to do ff you are planning to prune, damage or remove a tree on your property.
All our Customer Service Centres are closed.
COVID-19 restrictions mean we’ve had to change the way people can get in touch with us, find out more.
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Post: PO Box 58 Malvern Vic 3144
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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.