Friday 20 March 2020

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COVID-19Coronavirus Community Information

The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic situation is changing rapidly. Our priority is the safety and wellbeing of our community, volunteers and staff. We need to adapt the delivery of our services to minimise the risk of infection and transmission of the virus.

A number of our services have been modified to restrict face-to-face interactions. For more information on these altered services visit our COVID-19 Community Updates page

We’ll provide regular updates regarding services changes via our website and Facebook and twitter accounts.

We thank the community for their understanding.

March Council Meeting

An Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Tuesday 24 March, 2020 at the Community Hub, 48 Burns Street, Maryborough.

The agenda is available to view at

The meeting will be open to the public but residents are strongly discouraged to attend due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The meeting will be live streamed on Facebook and the audio recording will be available at the above address.

Positions vacant

Have you ever considered joining our team?

We offer flexible working arrangements, attractive remuneration and an encouraging and supportive work environment.

We’re currently recruiting for:

  • Coordinator Sponsorship and Partnership
  • Early childhood Educator (Certificate III)

For more info and to apply visit

Water flows into Goldfields Reservoir

Water is now flowing into the Goldfields Reservoir thanks to a partnership between Council and Central Highlands Water.

The water is being pumped from the Central Highlands Water available groundwater resources and is being released to a channel that flows into the Goldfields Reservoir.

For more information visit

Draft Community plans now available

Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the development of our 10 year Community Plan Project over the past six months.

So far 1,035 community voices have contributed to the project via listening posts, a survey, drop-in sessions, roving interviews, focus groups, children's drawing activities and community workshops.

Our eight draft community plans are now ready for the community to view and we want you let us know if we have got it right.

Feedback is required via an online survey by Wednesday 8 April, 2020.

To view the Draft Plans and complete the online survey visit


Have Your Say – Draft Integrated Transport Strategy

We have partnered with the Victorian Government Department of Transport to develop an Integrated Transport Strategy.

The Strategy will identify access and transport needs across the municipality and determine issues and opportunities with various modes of transport.

Feedback is required by Friday 29 May, 2020 and is invited via:

Please note the previously advertised community consultation sessions for the project have been cancelled.

For more information contact our Strategic Planner Amy Bell on 5461 0685 or email

Maryborough Flood Study feedback

We’re inviting residents to contribute local knowledge and experience to inform a flood study for the Maryborough township and surrounds.

The flood study is a partnership project between Council, North Central Catchment Management Authority and the Victorian State Emergency Service.

Community members who have an interest in the study, or who have knowledge of past flooding or drainage problems around Maryborough are encouraged to get involved.

Feedback can be provided via an online survey available at

Burke Street Reopened

Burke Street, between Inkerman and Kars streets in Maryborough, is now reopened to traffic after major upgrade works. Works included:

  • Footpath renewal
  • Replacement of kerb and channel
  • School crossing formalised
  • Minor drainage works
  • Road pavement reconstruction works

Animal registrations due by 10 April

Pet owners are reminded that animal registration payments are due on Friday 10 April.

Animal registration is required under the Domestic Animals Act 1994 and all dogs and cats over three months of age must be registered with Council and microchipped.

Registering a dog or cat greatly improved the chances of it being returned if it became lost.                                                                 

Residents can pay their animal registration via:

  • BPay – online or by telephone
  • Mail – cheques can be mailed to PO Box 194, Maryborough, 3465

For more information visit our website