We are reviewing our Community Amenity Local Law, and we want to hear from you about how we can keep Wyndham clean, safe, and presentable.

Each municipality in Victoria creates a Local Law, designed to protect the local amenity as well as regulate activities on council-controlled land and roads.

Once adopted, a Local Law can be in effect for a maximum of ten years. Wyndham’s current Community Amenity Local Law was adopted in 2015. As one of the fastest-growing municipalities in Australia, Council recognises that the needs of the community are rapidly evolving and has initiated a Local Law Review with a view to adopt a new Local Law in 2023.

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How to get involved

  • Click on each of the five issues to find out what provisions we are proposing to put in place to regulate the issue.
  • Read: How your feedback will inform the proposed changes and additions to Local Law (see right).
  • Complete the survey (below).
  • Come and talk to our team at one of the drop-in sessions (see below for details).

Feedback closes at 11:59PM , Sunday 25 September 2022.

Attend a drop-in session

  • Winter Busking Session

    Friday 9 September, 1pm - 2pm

    Wyndham Cultural Centre, 2/177 Watton Street Werribee

  • Neighbourhood Connect Day

    Sunday 11 September, 1pm - 3pm

    Central Park, Corner of Society Boulevard and Latitude Promenade, Truganina

  • Point Cook Pop Up Park

    Thursday 15 September, 1pm - 2.30pm

    Murnong Street, Point Cook (Town Centre)

  • Communi-tea Coffee Hour

    Friday 16 September, 10.30am - 11.30am

    Dianella Community Centre, 6 Congo Drive Tarneit West