The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page contains answers to commonly raised queries about the services offered by Moorabool Shire Council. Use the category dropdown to filter FAQs or enter keywords to search all FAQs.
The project will be delivered in four stages. Stage one construction activities are currently underway.
Council will start planning for the second stage in 2020, subject to future funding.
It is anticipated that Stage 1 of the project will be completed by the end of July 2020.
The timing of the other project stages is subject to future funding.
For all enquiries regarding the tender process please contact email@example.com.
It is anticipated that construction will be completed by the end of July 2020.
It is usually possible to access the reserve. To avoid disappointment, we encourage you to check the works notifications below for the dates and times of any upcoming restrictions.
An alternative access point to the reserve has been created on Bacchus Marsh-Balliang Road (opposite Rutherford Court. This provides access to the northern section of the reserve, campdrating and Pony Club facilities.
No. The Pony Club has independently engaged a company to deliver the installation of new day yards.
For all enquiries regarding the day yards please contact the Pony Club directly.
Stage one of the project will cost approximately $9.3 million. Any remaining allocated project funding that has not been spent in the 2019/2020 financial year will carry forward into the next financial year. Council is advocating for funding to deliver the remaining project stages.
Yes. Council met with user groups to share the draft Master Plan, and their feedback was taken into consideration by the project team. Key points from each user group are outlined in the Master Plan under the ‘Existing Users’ section.
During the detailed design process, the project team has sought and incorporated user group feedback where possible.
A building permit can be obtained by contacting a private building surveyor of your choice. The surveyor should be engaged early in the process and will advise on what documentation you need to obtain the building permit. Building permit fees can vary depending on which building surveyor you choose.
A building permit is required for most building works unless exempted under Schedule 3 of the Building Regulations 2018.
The Victorian Building Authority pdf document When-is-a-Building-Permit-Required.pdf provides specific advice on when a building permit is required for certain works.
If you are still unsure please contact Council on 5366 7100 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further clarification.
There are no kerbside collections on Christmas Day, New Years Day or Good Friday. The alternative collection days are advertised online and in local newspapers prior to these days.
Collection services operate as per normal schedule on all other Public Holidays.
Yes, eligible property owners can apply for a kerbside garbage, recycling and/or greenwaste service. Garbage and greenwaste bins can be purchased through Council and recycling bins are provided at no cost. The service fee for waste services is payable annually through property rates.
Overfilling or compacting materials into the bin generally cause half-emptied bins. The force applied by the truck mechanism during emptying will not remove items that have been compacted into the bin. Loosely separate the remaining materials in the bin and report the half-emptied bin to Council. All half-emptied bin requests are recorded by Council and will not return to properties who repeatedly overfill or compact their bins.
Approvals for extensions are subject to factors including the condition of the existing vehicle crossing, clearances and the length of property frontage.
Approval for a second crossing may only be given if the property frontage is greater than 20 metres and if would not lead to any other complications.