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  • Photo of two dogs playing with a ball in foreground with a bike rider in the background

    A plan for managing pets in Yarra

    Calling on all pet owners (and non-pet owners) in Yarra! We’d love for you to have a say on our draft Domestic Animal Management Plan 2021-24, which helps us manage dogs and cats in our city. Your input will guide our approach to registration and desexing, how we handle stray or nuisance animals, overpopulation and education programs for locals. What does the plan do? We’re required by law to develop a Domestic Animal Management Plan every four years. It provides us with an important tool to promote responsible pet ownership in Yarra, and lets pet owners and residents know about their rights and responsibilities when it comes to our four-legged friends. Have your say You can share your thoughts on the draft document by: completing the feedback form below emailing with the subject ‘Feedback on draft Domestic Animal Management Plan’ calling us on 9205 5555. Consultation ends at 5pm on Thursday 15 July 2021. Drop in for a chat We’ll also be at the Gleadell Street Market on Saturday 10 July 2021 from 10am to 1pm, if you’d like to have chat with us about the draft plan. Have a question not answered here? Get in touch with us on 9205 5555 or email
  • Image of person walking in local bushland setting with sun beaming through treats

    Your say on our four-year plan for Yarra

    This is your chance to provide feedback on our next four-year plan for Yarra. All councils must produce a Council Plan every four years under the Local Government Act 2020. Yarra's draft Council Plan 2021-25: informs all our work, decision making and strategic direction outlines the strategic objectives, strategies, initiatives and indicators for the next four years to achieve our Community Vision incorporates our new Municipal Health and Wellbeing Plan. What has informed the draft Council Plan 2021–25? When we developed our Yarra 2036 Community Vision, we asked for feedback that could also inform our Council Plan 2021–25 and long-term financial and asset plans. We've aligned the plan to your feedback and the Community Vision's themes and priorities. Long Term Financial Plan The Local Government Act 2020 also introduced a new requirement for all councils to prepare and adopt a Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) for period of at least the next 10 financial years by 31 October 2021. Our draft LTFP provides financial strategy principles, strategic actions, assumptions to the financial plan statements, financial performance indicators and strategies for borrowings and reserves. Read the plans and have your say Read the draft Council Plan 2021-25. Read the Long Term Financial Plan 2021/22 to 2030/31. You can provide feedback by: completing the form on Your Say Yarra emailing with the subject ‘Draft Council Plan feedback’ or 'Long Term Financial Plan feedback' mailing us at PO Box 168, Richmond 3121. The feedback period ends at 5pm on Thursday 23 September 2021.
  • Artist's impression of Gleadell Street

    Help us shape Gleadell Street

    We're looking at ways to make this pocket of Richmond greener, safer and more vibrant for our community. This popular and busy part of the Richmond Town Hall precinct is home to a community of businesses, sporting clubs and schools. How we might improve Gleadell Street There are opportunities to improve and transform this special place by: increasing greenery and shade by planting more trees creating safer areas for pedestrians and bike riders providing high quality spaces making it a place where the Gleadell Street Market can thrive into the future. Some food for thought To get the conversation started, we've developed two ideas for your feedback: View Idea A View Idea B You can also see how the street might look on market day. Have your say Online survey Share your thoughts with us by taking the short survey below. Online information session Join our online session on Monday 11 October 2021 from 7pm to 8pm. Hear about the ideas and ask us your questions. Register for the Zoom meeting. In-person sessions We’ve committed to speaking with you in-person when COVID-19 restrictions allow. Keep an eye out for the bright Chatterbox van and come and say hi! Saturday 30 October 2021 Gleadell Street Market, Richmond Sunday 31 October 2021, 11am to 2pm Citizens Park, Richmond Thursday 11 November 2021, 3pm to 6pm Along Gleadell Street These dates are subject to COVID-19 restrictions at the time. Please wear a mask, keep 1.5 metres from others at all times, and stay home if you're sick. We're flexible We know that flexibility is important to you during COVID-19. You can also share your feedback with us via email at, or call us on 9205 5555 if you'd like to speak to someone.
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    Gleadell Street Market

    The Gleadell Street Market is going ahead tomorrow, from 7am to 1pm. Social distancing and other safety measures will be in place. If these aren't followed, the market will be immediately closed.
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    Black Lives Matter: Yarra taking local action

    Yarra Council supports the global Black Lives Matter movement and commits to fighting racism, preventing Aboriginal deaths in custody, and advocating for broader understandings of Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community experiences, issues and stories.
  • woman wearing a blue shirt and smiling

    Refugee Week 2020

    Each year we recognise and celebrate the important and positive contributions refugees make to our community in Yarra, while raising awareness about issues refugees also face.