City of Moonee Valley
|City of Moonee Valley
Location within Melbourne metropolitan area
|• Density||2,442/km2 (6,320/sq mi)|
|Area||44 km2 (17.0 sq mi)|
|Mayor||Cr Andrea Surace|
|Council seat||Moonee Ponds|
|Website||City of Moonee Valley|
The City of Moonee Valley is a local government area located within the metropolitan area of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It comprises the north-western suburbs between 3 and 13 kilometres from the Melbourne city centre, and at the 2011 Census, the City had a population of 107,443.
The original council logo from 1994 was replaced in February 2010.
Exchange prefixes in the city begin 937x, 837x, 933x or 833x (the latter leftover from the old City of Keilor).
- Airport West
- Ascot Vale
- Avondale Heights
- Essendon North
- Essendon West
- Flemington (Shared with the City of Melbourne)
- Keilor East (Shared with the City of Brimbank)
- Moonee Ponds
- Strathmore Heights
Councillors are elected from three multi-member wards, each electing three members, for a total of nine councillors. The current council was elected on 27 October 2012, as its composition is:
|Paul Giuliano||Deputy mayor|
|Myrnong Ward||Liberal||Cam Nation|
|Rosehill Ward||Labor||John Sipek|
The current mayor is Andrea Surace and the deputy mayor is Paul Giuliano. They were elected by council in October 2015 and will serve the 2015/2016 year.
- Australian Bureau of Statistics (31 October 2012). "Moonee Valley (Local Government Area)". 2011 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 2012-06-23.
- "Moonee Valley City Council - Moonee Valley Logo". www.mvcc.vic.gov.au. Retrieved 2010-06-16.[dead link]
- "East-west link: Moonee Valley Council challenges state government". The Weekly Review. 20 October 2014. Retrieved 28 March 2016.
- "Anti-East West Link councillor's ties to Liberal Party questioned". The Age. 15 September 2014. Retrieved 28 March 2016.
- "Labor bid in Moonee Valley 'harder for others'". The Weekly Review. 1 October 2012. Retrieved 28 March 2016.
- Tomazin, Farah (19 February 2012). "Former premiers face off in Niddrie". The Age. Retrieved 28 March 2016.
- Official website
- Public Transport Victoria local public transport map
- Link to Land Victoria interactive maps