Health and wellbeing in Bayside
Bayside's Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2021 - 2025
Bayside's Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2021 - 2025
We’re seeking feedback on our proposal to sell a small piece of land in Brighton that is currently used as a driveway by an adjacent business
Council is planning for a new home for netball.
Help shape the future of community infrastructure
Over the next 10 years 61 playgrounds will be upgraded in line with the Playground Improvement Plan.
Planning for the future children's centre and improvements to FG Tricks Reserve playground in Black Rock.
Council is looking for feedback on a proposal for renewing Wilson Recreation Reserve.
Transforming the former golf course into an environmentally focused nature reserve through the development of a Master Plan
The Highett Structure Plan sets out the long-term strategic vision and action plan for the area.
Council is undertaking a number of projects to improve the safety of the Bay Trail for cyclists and pedestrians.
We want to hear what you think of the plans for Sandringham Village
New facilities for the Beaumaris Soccer Club, Beaumaris Cricket Club and the Beaumaris Art Group
Bayside City Council is upgrading the look and feel of Brighton East Village.
Council is upgrading the Black Rock Village streetscape
We are upgrading the playground at Tricks Reserve Black Rock
Love where you live.
We’re forming a committee of people with lived experience of disability to advise Council on how we can improve access and inclusion and make Bayside better for everyone.
Planning for a new community space
As part of the Black Rock Foreshore Masterplan, a new public toilet facility is needed.
A fresh face for the Bayside City Council website.
The proposed redevelopment will provide access for all ages and abilities, gender neutral changerooms, two accessible parking spaces, and a dedicated first aid room.
Planning Council’s priorities for the next four years
Public artwork to be installed on the south east side of Peterson Street Reserve.
We’re designing an Urban Forest Strategy to protect, manage and increase the tree canopy across Bayside.
We're swapping the frequency of bin collections for food and green waste and general waste from July 2022. Help us understand how to support you when we make the switch.
We are removing and preventing graffiti with the installation of street art murals across to Bayside, thanks to funding from the Victorian Government
Building a new home for community sport
A review of the law that protects Bayside’s public amenity, health and safety
How we’re investing in Bayside and delivering our community’s priorities now and into the future.
Improving the playground for the next generation
Be part of the conversations that influence decisions and make Bayside a better place to live, work and play. Have your say on community engagement.
Council prepares a Road Management Plan for making sure our local roads, kerbs, footpaths, and bridges are safe and in good condition.
Our strategy to help very low to moderate-income households continue to live and thrive in Bayside.
Reviewing our Governance Rules is an opportunity to improve how Council meetings are conducted and decisions are made.
A masterplan to protect and enhance Half Moon Bay and Red Bluff
We will be commissioning a public artwork that will enhance and contribute to the evolving sense of place and identity of Elsternwick Park South.
Establishing Governance Rules is an opportunity to review how council meetings are conducted and how decisions are made.
Council has reviewed the Bayside Housing Strategy to ensure the type and location of housing meets the needs of the Bayside community.
The Public Toilet Strategy outlines how to meet community and visitor needs in relation to location, safety and quality of public toilets.
Consultation has concluded.
Bayside City Council is committed to maintaining natural biodiversity assets and increasing conservation effort within its unique natural areas.
Your feedback will be used to inform the development of Bayside's Domestic Animal Management Plan.
On 27 April 2017, Council endorsed the Sandringham Beach and Gardens Masterplan.
A masterplan to protect and enhance the Brighton Beach and Hampton foreshore.
Construction projects for 2017
Council is developing a Carbon Neutrality Action Plan.
We will be asking for more feedback later in the year when the playground options have been drafted.
Planning actions Council will take to respond to the Climate Emergency and how we will support our local community to take action to reduce our impact on the environment.
Refurbishment of the Teahouse interior and extension of opening hours and liquor licence to allow for a dinner service.
A Masterplan for Black Rock Foreshore
The reactivation of Ovals 3 & 4 at Elsternwick Park is being considered, subject to consultation, for winter sports use to meet the growing demand for sporting ovals.
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Council has developed a structure plan for Pennydale.
Responding to car parking challenges in Brighton
Enhancing the foreshore in Brighton through the North Road Masterplan
The proposed introduction of a smoking ban on the sands of all Bayside's beaches, including Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary and the Brighton Dunes.
Proposed Council Plan 2017-2021 (2020 review); proposed Annual Budget 2020/21; proposed Strategic Resource Plan 2020/21 to 2023/24.
Arts and culture contribute to building a healthy and connected community.
Construction works at Beaumaris Concourse
The Reconciliation Action Plan focuses on actions which protect and promote Indigenous cultural heritage and the wellbeing of Indigenous people in Bayside.
Have your say on how you wish to hear about Council services, decisions and local issues that affect you
A plan to improve on and off road bicycle infrastructure and to encourage people to cycle more
A plan of road safety activities to reduce the number of fatalities and injuries on our road and path network.
Council policy about improving footpaths across the municipality
A plan to best manage our water, improve the health of our waterways and to safeguard the environment for current and future generations.
Celebrate the integral role public libraries play in building communities. Share your story of how libraries have enriched your life, in a little way or in a big way.
Council has developed an Integrated Transport Strategy.
Consultation has now closed we will advise when this policy is being taken to Council.
Community feedback for the development of the Hampton Willis Street Precinct Urban Design Framework identified the need to reconfigure Koolkuna Lane.
This consultation has concluded.
Managing demand for on street parking close to shopping centres, commercial centres, schools and train stations
Extending paid parking for visitors along Beach Road.
Council is seeking to encourage more walking as an alternative to short private vehicle trips in Bayside.
Your feedback will help to shape Council's Integrated Transport Strategy and plan for a more sustainable transport future.
Bayside City Council is known for its picturesque setting, parks and tree lined streets.
A plan to upgrade William Street Reserve
Proposed Council Plan 2017-21 (2019 Review) / Strategic Resource Plan 2019-20 to 2022-23 and Proposed Annual Budget 2019-20
Our small shopping strips provide daily conveniences, local employment and services.
Bayside Tourism Strategy
Council is reviewing the criteria for the Local Art Prize.
We have developed a framework that will set the direction and provide guidance for environmental planning and decision-making.
The Beaumaris Bay Consortium have submitted an application to obtain a National Heritage List Nomination for Beaumaris Bay from the National Heritage Department.
The Draft Landscape Guidelines provides advice to residents and developers looking to remove or replace vegetation.
Roads are vital to the mobility of the community allowing for the safe, efficient and sustainable movement of vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic.
Asset management plan for Council buildings
Your feedback helped to shape the updated Sustainable Infrastructure Policy (2017) that was presented and adopted by Council at the September Ordinary Meeting of Council.
The Victorian Electoral Commission is reviewing the structure of wards and number of councillors in Bayside to ensure fair and equitable representation for all voters.
Council has developed a new strategy to reduce the volume of household waste sent to landfill.
An Early Years Infrastructure Plan that is based on current and future community need
We spoke to over 1200 people about how to make Bayside a better place - by the year 2025
Course improvements for Sandringham
Community forum in the lead up to the 2019 Federal Election
Consultation has concluded
Council has revised its Lease and Licence Policy 2008.
Bayside City Council is developing a Master Plan for Sandringham Foreshore.
A Marine Education Science and Community Centre at Ricketts Point
The future of commercial and retail development in Bayside
Would you like to see a cafe in the old Brighton Courthouse?
Thanks to everyone who gave us their ideas about how we can make the site safer.
Designs for the new pavilion and surrounding area have been refined based on community feedback.