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> Your Council > About Us > Councillors
Term as a Councillor: 1997 - present Mayor in: 1998, 2011, 2019 Contact Roz: Mobile: 0417 053 612 Phone: 9701 5821 Fax: 9701 5821 Email: roz.blades@cgd.vic.gov.au About Roz: My husband Terry and I migrated to Australia in 1969, settling in Noble Park in 1971. We wanted to put back into a community that gave us so much. Our three sons were raised and educated locally. I had a dual role as a councillor/Mayor as well as working in the public/private...
> Live > Your Community > Diversity
Jump to: Refugee Welcome Zone Greater Dandenong People Seeking Asylum and Refugees Plan 2018-21 Refugee and Asylum Seeker Statement Joint statement on asylum seekers living in the community Asylum Seeker and Refugee Advisory Committee Diversity planning committees Services and programs for refugees and asylum seekers The City of Greater Dandenong is the most culturally diverse community in Australia, with residents from 1...
> Play > Sport and Recreation
Address: 270 Stud Road, Dandenong North Phone: 9794 7192 Fax: 9706 9631 Email:  admin@dandenongstadium.com.au Dandenong Stadium was officially opened in 1991 and has since grown to be one of the largest purpose built facilities in the southern hemisphere. It is the home of  Dandenong Basketball Association Inc . and  Volleyball Victoria Inc ., attracting 15,000 visitors through its doors each week Centre hours Monday to Friday:  9am-11pm ...
> Play > Sport and Recreation
The City of Greater Dandenong Sports Awards have now closed. Council awards these to celebrate the many amazing achievements made and the wonderful support provided by dedicated volunteers that enable everyone the opportunity to play sport socially or competitively across Greater Dandenong. Stay tuned in 2019 for further details about the 2019 Sports Awards. For more information, please contact Candice McCarthy, Sport and Recreation Development Officer on 8571 1000 o...
> Play > Arts and Culture > Walker Street Gallery & Arts Centre
18 October – 24 November Home 2018 is an exhibition for artists with an asylum seeker and refugee background. The project aims to recognise and nurture the talents of refugee and newly-arrived artists and provide them with opportunities to develop professional pathways in the creative arts sector. The exhibition showcases artists as artists, rather than framing their art practice within the bounds of their refugee story. Their artwork may or may not speak about the refugee experience...
> Live > Building a Better Greater Dandenong > Springvale Boulevard Project
The Springvale Boulevard Project will transform Springvale Road into a signature boulevard, reinforcing the activity centre as one of Melbourne’s leading cultural destinations. The project will leverage the recent $159 million level crossing removal project, which has seen the railway station upgraded and the creation of a new southern public space connecting to Springvale retail shopping strip. The project aims to transform Springvale Road between Lightwood Road and Windsor Avenue int...
> Live > Building a Better Greater Dandenong
Council are undertaking some improvement works at the Springvalley Reserve in Springvale South. This is part of Councils commitment to the ongoing management of the former landfill site. The works will include the installation of drains along the southern boundary of the site to control the subsurface water flows through the landfill.  Works commenced onsite on the 30 July 2018 and will go for approximately six weeks. The southern end of the site will be fenced off for the dur...
> Your Council > About Us
John Bennie, Chief Executive Officer John Bennie was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Dandenong City Council in 2006. He was previously Chief Executive at Manningham City Council – a position he held since 2000 – and has held numerous executive roles in his extensive local government career.  In 2009, John was appointed the inaugural Chair of the Southern Melbourne Regional Development Australia Committee and in 2012, was reappointed to a further three...
> Live > Your Community > Council and Community Facilities
18-34 Buckley Street, Noble Park Phone: 8571 1436 Open: 9am - 5pm The Paddy O’Donoghue Community Centre, set in the heart of the bustling community of Noble Park, and is leading the way for future community developments of its kind.This intergenerational facility provides everything from childcare through to education and social outlets for older residents. In addition, local community groups run a variety of activities from a chess club to gymnastics and dance groups and has ...
> Live > Environment and Sustainability > Sustainability Events and Awards > Sustainability Awards
  Sustainability Awards - 2018 Winners Read about the 2018 Sustainability Award winners and finalists Download the 2018 Sustainability Award winners and finalists brochure Sustainable Community Category Winner: Cornish College Finalist: Noble Park Community Garden Club Finalist: Athol Road Primary School Finalist: Lyndale Greens Primary School Finalist: William Kwan and John Hayman Finalist: Carers of Africa Finalist: Dandenong Wes...

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