Keysborough Community Facilities

Cr Sean O’Reilly has called for a greater focus on development of services within the growing area of Keysborough, and in particular Keysborough South.

“One view that council could take is that these people chose to live in Keysborough, and have paid less to rent or own in Keysborough due to its relatively little infrastructure.  This view could be that as these people have chosen to live in Keysborough, they will be content with things as they are”, Cr Sean O’Reilly said.

Great Bin Swap

"Residents have been asking me for more choice with their rubbish bins rather than one-size-fits-all," Cr Sean O'Reilly said.  "Each household has its own particular need.  We will now give each household a choice to best suit their needs.  Also, the colour of the bins will now conform to the Victorian standard."

Springvale Snow Fest

L to R: Cr Sean O'Reilly, Mayor Cr Jim Memeti, Cr Loi Truong

This year, the Springvale Snow Fest took place on July 20th from midday to 7pm. Residents enjoyed the fun and excitement of life in the Snowy Mountains, when the annual Snow Fest hit town.

In the first Springvale Snow Fest in 2013, more than 10,000 people flocked to the event, which transforms Buckingham and Balmoral Avenues into a winter wonderland. In 2014, we doubled this attendance to 20,000.

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