Council shares public notices to inform the community about important Wyndham matters.

View the latest public notices for Council meetings, general notifications, property matters and other information below.

Proposing to name two new community centres in Truganina and Tarneit North

Wyndham City Council is proposing to name two new community centres in Truganina South East and Tarneit North.

Construction is under way and the centres are scheduled to open in 2022. Both centres will provide integrated family services including kindergarten, maternal and child health and other related services. 

Council has consulted with the Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation (BLCAC), the Registered Aboriginal Party for the land on which they are being built, to identify suitable names.

The proposed names are:

Truganina South East, Alcock Road, Truganina

Koomail Tardy Community Centre
Koomail - meaning grass used for weaving
Tardy - meaning sister

Tarneit North, Polly Parade, Tarneit  

Bembit Bag-rook Community Centre
Bembit - meaning flower
Bag-rook - meaning women

As the naming authority for infrastructure within the municipality, Council is required to conduct the naming process and submit a naming proposal to Geographic Naming Victoria to officially name the new Community Centres.

The proposed names comply with Section Two: General Principles, and in particular Principle F – Recognition of Aboriginal language in naming and Section Four: Features in the Naming Rules for Places in Victoria 2016. These naming rules are the statutory requirements allowed for under the Geographic Place Names Act 1998.

For more information on the naming guidelines provided by the State Government, please go to www.land.vic.gov.au/place-naming/understand-the-naming-process/the-naming-rules or visit Council’s website.

Any queries or feedback regarding the naming of this community centre can be directed to the Governance Policy and Projects Advisor in writing via mail@wyndham.vic.gov.au or via post at 45 Princes Highway Werribee 3030 or on 1300 023 411 within 42 days of this notice (19 January 2022).

Vegetation Management Near Overhead Powerlines

Wyndham City Council has contracted Citywide Service Solutions Pty Ltd to Manage its Vegetation Electrical Line Clearance Program.

As part of this program, the street trees and power-lines are inspected regularly to ensure no impact to power supply through conflict with trees.

All vegetation maintenance work is required to be carried out in compliance with the Electrical Safety Act (Electric Line Clearance) 2020 Regulations.

These regulations stipulate a minimum safe clearance between trees and power-lines, to keep re-growth clear of power lines.

Wyndham City Council is responsible for management of power line clearance in the area highlighted in the map below.

The tree works in this area will be carried out over the next four months. Regular auditing occurs throughout the year.

All works will be conducted in accordance with the Wyndham City Council Tree Policy 2019.

If you have any inquiries regarding the above please contact Ron Mifsud - Area Leader Arboriculture, Wyndham City Council on 1300 023 411.

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Proposing to name two new open spaces within the municipality

Wyndham City Council is proposing to name two new open spaces within the municipality as a result of development of new estates across Wyndham City.

The two parks that require their names to be formally registered are:

Leo Avenue Park, Tarneit – 1 Leo Avenue, Tarneit

Leo Avenue Park, Tarneit – 1 Leo Avenue, Tarneit

Passion Crescent Park, Tarneit – 1 Passion Crescent

Passion Crescent Park, Tarneit – 1 Passion Crescent

As the naming authority for these open spaces within the municipality, Council is required to conduct the naming process and submit a naming proposal to name these new open spaces.

By naming the parks after the road it is addressed to Council is complying with Section Two: General Principles and under Section Four: Features in the Naming Rules of Places in Victoria 2016. These naming rules are the statutory requirements allowed for under the Geographic Place Names Act 1998.

For more information on the naming guidelines provided by the State Government, please go to www.land.vic.gov.au/place-naming/understand-the-naming-process/the-naming-rules or visit Council’s website at www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/geographic-naming-policy-2017

Any queries or feedback regarding the naming of these parks can be directed to the Governance Policy and Projects Advisor in writing via mail@wyndham.vic.gov.au or via post at 45 Princes Highway Werribee 3030 within 30 days of this notice (15 December 2021).

Annual Community Satisfaction Survey 2021/22

Wyndham City has engaged Metropolis Research to conduct its Annual Community Satisfaction Survey from Thursday 6 January until Sunday 6 February 2022.

All local governments in Victoria are required to conduct an Annual Community Satisfaction Survey to help understand community needs and to measure satisfaction with a range of Council services. This information informs Council’s planning, service delivery and policy development.

Metropolis Research staff will conduct telephone interviews with randomly selected households across Wyndham. The survey methodology ensures respondents reflect the diverse Wyndham community.

Surveys will take place on weekdays from 11am to 7pm and weekends from 10am to 5pm. Surveys are expected to take approximately 15 minutes and will be made up of 80% mobile phone as the preferred contact and 20% landline. Metropolis Research staff will first let residents know they are authorised to undertake the survey on behalf of Council.

The information you provide will be kept confidential and will not be used for any other purpose. Thank you for your participation in the survey.

For further information, contact mail@wyndham.vic.gov.au or 1300 023 411.

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