The construction of Wyndham’s newest community centre and integrated family centre is now complete, with services scheduled to commence from January 2020.
Wyndham City Council is reminding residents to stop bagging their recycling this National Recycling Week (11th to 17th November).
Now in its third year, the WYNnovation Festival 2020 is a fantastic opportunity for businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs to learn, network and be inspired by renowned thought leaders.
Wyndham City is lighting the Civic Centre in orange to raise awareness of gender-based violence as part of the Centre for Women’s Global Leadership campaign, 16 Days.
Members of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities came together from around the world to exchange and discuss effective lifelong learning policies.
A Wyndham City Strategy that outlines how new and innovative technologies will be embraced to make cities better, has been recognised as the best in Australia and New Zealand.
Residents can now enjoy two-hour parking in Werribee City Centre following the removal of the one-hour limit in most parts of the city centre from the 28th November.
Wyndham City is making all libraries and community centres autism friendly as part of a three-month pilot program designed increase inclusion for people with autism.
Wyndham City’s $11 million local roads program is progressing at a cracking pace, with 19 roads resealed in the first quarter of the 2019/20 financial year.
Wyndham City is asking heavy vehicle owners to make sure their work and leisure vehicles are parked in designated spaces and not outside homes in residential areas.