Each week I have a message in the Wyndham Star Weekly where I talk about key projects and issues for Wyndham. In case you miss the column in the local paper, you can read my weekly Mayoral column here.
Hello, I'm Councillor Mia Shaw and I am very proud to have been elected Mayor for the 2018/2019 term. This continues a local government tradition in my family - my great grandfather, William Shaw, was the Shire President of Werribee on three occasions from 1917 to 1947. My family has been part of this community for about 100 years and it is something I have always been proud of – to have that history to an area but more importantly to have a place that I have always called home. I ran for Council in 2016 because I wanted to make a difference in the community that I grew up in and to improve the quality of life for families across Wyndham.
On this page you can find information and links to some of the key strategic issues that we are working on at Council for our residents and ratepayers. To find out what is happening in Wyndham and my work in the community, I encourage you to follow the Mayor of Wyndham Facebook page and for you to keep an eye on this page.
One of the most important roles Council has responsibility for is setting the annual budget and plan.This year’s Budget and Annual Plan 2019/20 proposes more than $139 million for council roads, community centres, buildings, sporting reserves and parks.
It’s important that we engage and consult you, the community on our major projects and strategies, to help shape the future of our City. Residents can visit The Loop website and find out about and provide feedback on current projects.
Find out more about Council meetings, meeting agendas and minutes residents can find out more at the following links. Council meetings are also live streamed, so if you can’t make it to a council meeting, you can watch from home.