Keep Victoria Beautiful - Sustainable Cities Awards
The Keep Victoria Beautiful awards are open to local government, utilities, businesses, community groups and individuals. Each year Melton City Council nominates a range of programs and activities for entry. For more information contact Council's Environmental Services Department on 9747 7200.
Below are a list of finalists and winners from Melton City Council
- Melton City Council Bridge Road Children’s and Community Centre(PDF, 4MB) - winner - Environmental Sustainability Award
- Melton City Council and Friends of the Melton Botanic Garden(PDF, 4MB) -winner- Resource Recovery and Waste Management Award. Using recycled green waste to grow Southern African plants at the Melton Botanic Garden.
- Tony Herwerth(PDF, 4MB) (Senior Land Management Officer Melton City Council) - winner- Dame Phyllis Frost Award.
- Friends of Toolern Creek - high commendation- Clean Waterways Award. Recognising ten years of litter removal, weeding and replanting work at Toolern Creek.
- Melton City Council and Residents of the Rockbank Sundowner Caravan Park - high commendation - Community Action and Leadership Award. The Growing Vegetables together in Rockbank
- Melton Family History Group - winner- Cultural Heritage Award
- Melton City Council Melton Library and Learning Hub - winner - Environmental Sustainability Award
- Pinkerton Landcare and Environment Group and Western Water - winner - Protection of the Environment Award
- Toolern Vale and District Primary School - winner - Active Schools Award
- Friends of the Melton Botanic Garden - winner - Community Action and Leadership Award
- Melton Environment Group - winner - Protection of the Environment Award
- Ist Caroline Springs Scouts - finalist - Young Leaders Award
- Melton St Vinnies, Salvos and Melton City Council - finalist - Litter Prevention Award
- Melton Waves and Melton City Council-finalist- Resource Recovery and Waste Management Award
- Melton Valley Golf Club and Melton City Council-finalist Pam Keating Award for Environmental Sustainability Award
- Linda Bradburn (Environmental Educator Melton City Council)-winner- Dame Phyllis Frost Award
June 2012 - Morton Homestead-winner- the Cultural Heritage Award
June 2011 - Dingo Discovery and Research Centre (Toolern Vale) - winner- the Protection of the Environment Award
October 2010 - Melton Shire Council, Western Water and Melton Sustainable Living Group - winner - the National Keep Australia Beautiful Energy Efficiency Award
June 2010 - Melton Shire Council - winner - the Victorian Sustainable City Award 2010 Judges' Report(PDF, 3MB)
Daryl Akers (Melton Environment Group)-winner-Dame Phyllis Frost Award
June 2008 - Lyn Holdsworth (Friends of Toolern Creek)-winner- Dame Phyllis Frost Award
June 2007- National Sustainable City Award for Victoria and Australia