Mitcham Community News is your source for online news across the City of Mitcham.
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The City of Mitcham is inviting feedback on the draft Annual Business Plan, Budget and Long Term Financial Plan 2020/21.
Beauty on the Move owner has welcomed City of Mitcham’s decision to waive rent for businesses forced to close.
City of Mitcham has launched a campaign to recognise and raise the profile of the work of its volunteers in the community.
Dog and cat registration renewal notices for the 2020/21 year will be issued in early July.
Community leaders have paid tribute to Councillor Stephen Fisher who has resigned from Council after 29 years of service.
Residents are invited to have their say on the plans for the Blackwood Community Hub and Waite Street Reserve.
City of Mitcham is home to some of the last remnants of Grey Box Grassy Woodland, a unique endangered habitat.
Aboriginal visual artist Elizabeth Close has created a mural to increase the visibility of Aboriginal culture within the comm
We encourage all visitors to visit our playgrounds and practice social distancing and good hygiene.
The trail network is a great place to explore as the creeks come to life and the landscape greens.
A LED lighting upgrade at Council’s Civic Centre and Depot is set to save over $307,000 over 10 years, modelling shows.
Mitcham bookseller Mostly Books has become the local supplier for the Mitcham Memorial and Blackwood libraries.
The Blackwood Writers Group are looking for new members.
Council skate parks and playgrounds re-opened in May. See our favourite spaces for skaters, BMX and mountain bike riders.
A supplementary election will be held to fill a vacancy in Gault Ward due to an Elected Member’s resignation.
As more people stay at home and ‘declutter’, we are seeing more illegal dumping on a streets and outside charity shops.
City of Mitcham volunteers have stepped in to check on the welfare of older and isolated residents in the community.
Members of the Mitcham Community Shed used technology to share their home projects during the COVID-19 shutdown.
City of Mitcham Mayor and Elected Members write for our Mitcham Community News and discuss issues important to them.
City of Mitcham residents are being encouraged to help create a ‘sea of hands’ to mark National Reconciliation Week.