The use of land can be subdivided, developed or used for a particular purpose.
This page explains how you can report problems directly to the Shire via various methods.
If you are passionate about working for a progressive and innovative council, apply within.
View information on the Shire's major projects such as street works, shops and more.
Meet our new councillors, who took office on Monday 14 November 2016.
Some of our Community Halls can cater for up to 400 participants and are available for hire.
Info on where you can dispose of any unwanted items, some household items can even be disposed free.
To make an Online Payment please visit our iPeninsula Payment website by clicking here.
Access information about living with pets and animals on the Mornington Peninsula.
Published on 07 December 2016
Longing for a good book to read over summer? Come along to one of Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Libraries where we will show you some great tips and tricks to find your next great read.
Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Mobile Library will be unavailable from Friday 23 December at 11.30am until Thursday 12 January.
With the holiday season around the corner, some Mornington Peninsula Shire facilities have changes to their regular operational hours.
This ground-breaking exhibition considers how Australian artists have incorporated birds in their work to explore stories of our environment, history and identity.
A Community Market with a country social atmosphere that supports local not-for-profit community groups and stall holders. Mixed market with handcrafted product's, bric-a-brac, food and lots more.
Please drop in to an Information Day in Point Nepean National Park for an update on the renewed draft master plan.
Discover your local events, parks, facilities, projects, Councillors, bin dates and more
We value your involvement and encourage you to have your say on future plans and projects.
With hundreds of cultural, music & sports events happening throughout the year, check 'What's On'.
In the spirit of respect, Mornington Peninsula Shire acknowledges the Boonwurrung / Bunurong, members of the Kulin Nation, who have traditional connections to the land on which Council meets.
Please be aware that CCTV cameras are in operation at a number of Shire buildings, including municipal offices, recreation centres and youth centres.