Wyndham City is in the middle of its 2020 tree planting season, where it is planting 8,000 trees across the municipality.
With the easing of restrictions this week to allow customers to sit down and socialise in cafes and restaurants, Wyndham City leading the way enhancing the vibrancy of Werribee City Centre......
Registrations for three- and four-year-old kindergarten for 2021 have been extended to 30th June due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Wyndham City’s $400,000 Point Cook Skate Park expansion has been completed and is now open to the public – but residents have been reminded to observe social distancing when using the park.
Wyndham City is partnering with local businesses on the road to recovery by providing $1.5 million in grants.
Drivers will soon be able to find a car parking space in Werribee’s City Centre faster than ever before thanks to new Smart Parking technology that will improve the parking experience.
Community sport is returning to reserves across Wyndham, but with strict guidelines in place to ensure the health and wellbeing of our local community.
Physical distancing doesn’t mean the fun has to end – with Wyndham City embracing local technology to continue offering a range of services and programs to families with young children.
Babies born during the Covid-19 pandemic will soon be seen by a Maternal and Child Health professional, with face-to-face consultations resuming for infants aged between 0 and 8 weeks.
Applications for the July, August and September One Wyndham Young Person of the Month Award are now open.