Adornment Mural Mason Street Carpark, central Dandenong

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Coronavirus Update (COVID-19) on Council Services
Cleeland Ward Councillor Angela Long has been elected Mayor of the City of Greater Dandenong for the third time.
We are very excited to announce the delivery of a brand new council website plus additional sub sites, Drum Theatre and Youth Services. 
A program using staff redeployed from Council teams affected by the COVID-19 restrictions has resulted in 54,000 native seedlings being planted across the City of Greater Dandenong.
All on-street parking fees in central Dandenong will be waived until 31 December 2020, to encourage shoppers to support businesses in the retail precinct. 
Members of the public are being encouraged to have their say to shape the future of the City of Greater Dandenong.
Members of the community are encouraged to take part in the Virtual Walk Against Family Violence on Friday 20 November.
Greater Dandenong City Council's Business Grant Program is helping businesses continue to remain open...
Greater Dandenong City Council has for many years fought very hard to retain the significant vegetation in the Yarraman Village estate, and shares the community’s frustration and disappointment at the VCAT decision.
Greater Dandenong City Council has strongly opposed the issuing of a planning permit for a waste to energy facility to be built at 70 Ordish Rd, Dandenong South...
Dandenong’s Walker Street windows at the Drum Theatre will be lit up from sunset this month, featuring large scale projection artworks designed by five talented high school and tertiary students.
You can access resources and learn more about COVID-19 via the links below.