Moonee Valley City Council was successful in securing a grant from Emergency Recovery Victoria to fund recovery activities to support community, sporting clubs, community groups and businesses that were affected by the October 2022 flood event.
To ensure that the activities delivered meet the needs of affected community, we will form a Community Recovery Committee to co-design the recovery activity plan. Recovery activities may include community connection events, community meetings, workshops and training opportunities, community services support drop-in sessions and more.
To view the Terms of Reference for the Community Recovery please click here.Meetings
The Community Recovery Committee will meet monthly until the end of May 2024 with possibility of extension. It will be made up of affected community members.
Ideally, we hope to have a committee comprising:
- Up to 5 affected residents from Rivervue
- Up to 5 affected residents outside of Rivervue
- Up to 3 affected business owners
- Up to 3 representatives from affected sporting clubs/community groups
- Up to 3 representatives from the broader community (not flood affected
- Manager EPMO & Accountability (accountable for the program)
- Community Recovery Officer (oversees the delivery of the program)
Meetings will be held monthly starting in September, and will be scheduled in line with member availability where possible.
Applications will be assessed by a panel comprising of the Chief Emergency and Resilience Officer, Community Recovery Officer, a representative from Emergency Recovery Victoria, and an independent person.
How to apply
|Complete an online application form here|
Come along, enjoy a free coffee, and ask questions about the committee and program.
When: Sunday 20 August, 10am - 12pm
Where: Fairbairn Park, near the tennis court and playground
|Prefer to apply over the phone? Give Georgia Esplin a call on 0437 134 054 .|
|Write to us: Community Recovery Committee, Moonee Valley City Council, PO Box 126, Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039.|