There are a number of exciting projects in Bayside that are currently open for community feedback.
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Have Your Say Bayside
Report Australia’s Most Unwanted Animals
Residents can play a part in protecting our natural habitat, open spaces and native wildlife by reporting sightings of non-native animals that cause significant problems in the wild.
Summer Foreshore Ambassadors and Smoke Free Zones
Bayside Council’s brand new Summer Foreshore Ambassadors are patrolling the foreshore proving public safety education, monitoring crowds and raising public awareness about COVD-19 restrictions.
Hands off Bayside - Our response to Georges River Council
We have prepared a response to Georges River Council's proposed boundary changes (PDF 1.2MB).
Makeover For Six Playgrounds
Bayside Council has accepted a $1.06 million tender for the delivery of upgrades to six playgrounds across the local government area.
Bayside Mayor Cr Joe Awada said refreshing and improving Council’s outdoor play areas was an important part of maintaining Council’s assets.
Rosebery Retail Strip Upgrade
Bayside Council will apply for a $1M grant under the State Government’s Your High Street grant program to fund improvements to Gardeners Road, Rosebery.
Councillors Reluctantly Agree to VPA
Bayside Council has accepted a $4.65 million windfall for the local community but it comes at a price.
Councillors have reluctantly voted to sign a letter of offer for a Voluntary Planning Agreement with the Crown Group for 19A Evans Avenue Eastlake.
Mayor Visits Local Pre-school
Bayside Mayor Joe Awada joined his fellow Councillor Liz Barlow and the staff and families from the Giggles Early Learning Centre on Monday morning to officially open the centre’s new ‘nature play based garden’.
Hampers of Hope for Local Charity
Bayside Council Leadership Team created over 40 Christmas gift hampers that have been generously donated to Project Kindness.
Message from the Mayor
As 2020 draws to a close it is a time to reflect on the past and plan for the future.
And what a year 2020 has been. We have dealt with unprecedented bushfires, floods and a world-wide pandemic. Each challenge has shown just how resilient we are as a community and as Australians.