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Climate change is here, and its impacts are already affecting our environment, society and economy. 
The second of the Monash Health high-volume vaccination centres is now open at Sandown Racecourse.
Our everyday lifestyle choices and habits such as online shopping, ordering take away food and grocery shopping create a lot of waste that we need to sort out at home.
Read Cr Eden Foster's article in the Council News July 2021.
Greater Dandenong City Council unveiled a new interpretive sign to mark the location of Springvale’s first hospital.
Dandenong’s iconic theatre is back following Melbourne’s lockdown, with headline acts welcoming the crowds for a COVID Safe night out. The July to December season brings more professional live performances with a local flavour, a couple of national tours and some old fashioned-theatre magic.
Springvale Community Hub is living up to its promise of becoming the new community heart of Springvale, providing the community with a safe and inclusive space for a range of activities.
People aged 65 years and over who need assistance to remain living independently will now have access to affordable exercise classes run by a qualified physiotherapist in Greater Dandenong.
Emerging Writers' Festival (EWF) is back for its 18th year from 16-26 June, and Greater Dandenong Libraries will bring the local workshops straight to your home via online events. 
Greater Dandenong City Council has welcomed recent announcements of significant investment for the local area.
The City of Greater Dandenong includes 600 hectares of open space and more than 100 parks, playgrounds and sports reserves.
Greater Dandenong City Council is one of forty-six Victorian Councils to sign on to VECO, the Victorian Energy Collaboration, the largest ever emissions reduction project by local government in Australia.
Clothes swaps, zero-waste cooking classes and a workshop on how to build a bee hotel are all part of this month’s Forever Fest – a festival to celebrate and educate on sustainability and fighting climate change.
More than 200 people volunteer their time to 15 different programs run by Greater Dandenong City Council, making a valuable contribution to the community.
Greater Dandenong City Council has commenced planning for a community hub in central Dandenong.
COVID Corner is the central point for our community to come to find relevant information regarding the COVID19 pandemic situation.