The Fire Danger Period has now commenced in Nillumbik and will remain in place until Monday 1 May 2023 unless stated otherwise.
For more information please visit the Fire Danger Period page
Find out how to contact Council, including our service commitment to you, how to lodge a complaint or a compliment, and more
On behalf of our community, Council advocates to all levels of government in the lead up to elections and throughout the term of government. Find out more and read our Advocacy Priorities document.
Find employment opportunities currently available at Council, details of what it's like to work at Nillumbik, and learn about our work experience program.
Nillumbik Shire Council is divided into seven wards with a total of seven Councillors. Council elections are held every four years - the next will be in 2024.
Find out how you can hire a Council facility or venue, and information about land sales and leasing of Council property.
The Local law is made under section 71 (1) of the Local Government Act 2020 and section 42 of the Domestic Animals Act 1994. Council has the authority to create and enforce local laws.
Meeting dates and locations, agendas and minutes, how to ask a question or speak at a Council meeting, and how to watch or listen to a Council meeting online. Learn about the various committees that Councillors sit on.
Council's latest news, media releases, policies, newsletters, legislation, publications including Nillumbik News, Freedom of Information requests and documents for public inspection.
Learn about Nillumbik Council's administrative structure and find our annual reports, plans, budgets and information about governance and public transparency.
We are keen to hear your thoughts on a range of initiatives, plans, policies and proposals. Visit the Participate Nillumbik site to have your say.