Current committee member: Joan Tie
Bushmarket Mobile Phone Number: 0417 118 103
Contact VICROADS on 13 11 70 for all enquiries regarding these roads.
Blank application forms are available by clicking on the links below.
Applications are to be accompanied by a $10 administration fee.
Council's Freedom of Information Officer can assist you with your request if you are unsure about the information you need to provide.
Please note that the application fee will increase from 1 July 2013 to $25.70 per application. Third Party Authority
Where an application is made by one party on behalf of another person / entity, a duly signed authority must be supplied at the time the application is lodged. Failure to supply an authority may cause delay in finalising the application and the release of information. Privacy Statement
Personal information supplied by you as part of your Freedom of Information Application will be used for processing your Freedom of Information Application. Your information may be used in applying relevant provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 to your application. It may also be used in transferring your request to other agencies if applicable, or in consulting with other parties in relation to your application. Where do I send my request? Forward your request in writing to: Freedom of Information Officer
Mansfield Shire Council
Private Bag 1000
Mansfield Vic 3724
Or drop it in to the office: 33 Highett Street Mansfield VIC 3722 When will Council respond?
Upon receipt of a valid application, it will be duly processed and a decision on a request for access to a document will be made as soon as possible, but not later than 45 days after the day on which the request is received.
Where an application for access is granted, costs may be incurred by you (in addition to the application fee). These costs will relate to, amongst other things:
The Department of Primary Industries has implemented some new guidelines for using the bait 1080. From 1 January 2008 property owners who use 1080 now have to advise Council when they are going to bait their property.
Below is the form for residents to complete.
Paterson's Curse is a regionally controlled weed and therefore responsibility for management on roadsides falls to the adjoining landholder under the Catchment and Land Protection Act 1994.
Please contact the Pest Management Officer at the Mansfield Department of Primary Industries office on 5733 1200 for further information.
If the nest is on private land please contact a pest controller.
Please refer to this brochure from the DSE & DPI for more information.
Timetable and Fare Information for the above service, can be downloaded from here
On day of the test:
The customer must bring with them:
Q. Does the Mansfield Shire have a position in regard to EGM’s in Mansfield?
A). The Mansfield Shire acknowledges that gaming is a legal activity, Mansfield Shire currently has EGM’s and will continue to do so.
Q. Why is the Shire undertaking this survey?
A). The Mansfield Shire Council wishes to identify community attitudes on:
Q. How will the survey be undertaken?
A). The survey will be conducted over the phone to randomly selected numbers.
Q. Why conduct interviews by phone?
A.) This allows the survey to reach both permanent and semi permanent residents of the Mansfield Shire.
Q. Who will be undertaking the survey?
A). All surveys to be conducted by a fully supervised trained team of Wallis Group interviewers.
Q. Who are the Wallis Group and what experience do they have?
A.) Previously the Wallis Group have conducted studies on community attitudes towards EGM’s for the City of Port Phillip and Cardinia Shire. Q. What kind of questions might I be asked to answer?
A.) Questionnaire will take approximately 10 minutes and include the following topics:
Q. What happens to the survey results?
A.) The Wallis Group will produce a comprehensive report of survey outcomes
Project Overview: The Goulburn River High Country Rail Trail (GRHCRT) is the longest continuous rail trail in Australia traversing 134 kilometres through north, north east Victoria. Set on a former railway easement, this trail can be cycled, walked or ridden in either direction. If a shorter trip is more your style, there are loads of sections accessible from car parks and villages dotted along the rail trail, all with their own personality from which to choose.
The rail trail meanders through farmland, along the Goulburn River and in the foothills of the magnificent Victorian High Country. The completed rail trail traverses the Mitchell, Murrindindi and Mansfield Shires, connecting towns and communities including Tallarook, Trawool, Kerrisdale, Homewood, Yea, Yarck, Molesworth, Cathkin, Alexandra, Koriella, Kanumbra, Merton, Woodfield, Bonnie Doon, Maindample and Mansfield.
RAIL TRAIL PHASE 2 Since the construction phase of the Goulburn River High Country Rail Trail to the opening in 2012 the vision has always been to create an experience of national significance, connecting people and places. The Project group is working with High Country Collective to deliver this strategically important Rail Trail Phase 2.
Help us ‘Road Test’ the new Rail Trail brand
18th April 2013 – 8th May 2013 The ‘construction phase’ of the Goulburn River High Country Rail Trail is complete. Phase 2 work includes a revitalised name, look and brand to help this community asset become an iconic Rail Trail experience.We want you to get involved in ‘road-testing’ the new look. The Road Test runs from 18th April 2013 to 8th May 2013. Between these dates please check out the new look and complete the Brand Road Test survey here.
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