Wangaratta’s remarkable trees will be captured in a new online register launched by Council.
Walk to School month is a fun and easy way for Victorian primary school kids to build healthy habits for life.
Council is offering half-price roadside grazing permits for grazing that occurs before 15 December 2018.
Stress less when you take your furry friend for a walk by the river, with four new organic dog litter stations placed along the Bullawah Cultural Trail.
From live music delights to bus tours exploring the region, this year’s Seniors Festival offers a myriad of opportunities for senior citizens to enjoy.
Stick insect climbing sculptures, egg shaped cubby houses and musical tyres could form part of a children’s paradise in Wangaratta, under plans for an interactive children’s garden at the Mitchell Avenue Reserve.
If it’s got a plug, battery or cord and is unwanted, it’s e-waste.
Council is exploring opportunities with the community about how to create an age-friendly community where older people can work, live, play and feel valued as a member of the community.
Helpful information about how to collect firewood and reduce wood smoke.
A Budget with the biggest capital works program in the Rural City of Wangaratta's history has been adopted by Councillors.
The Rural City of Wangaratta recognises the importance of ‘place’ for a community and will focus on strengthening the connection and use people have for the places and spaces they share.
Council has recently launched a new 1-2 minute survey on our website to help us understand how well we are delivering on the five commitments we have made in the course of performing our duties for the community.
Find all the current roadworks happening around the municipality.