Active engagements

Your feedback is important to us, and we want you to know how it informs our decisions. We consider views gathered in our community engagement activities, along with data, advice and legislation.


This engagement is now closed. Thank you to all who shared your views.

Council will now consider the two options the LXRP has proposed for Queens Avenue at its Ordinary Council Meeting at 7.30pm on Tuesday 6 February.

The Agenda for the meeting is now online, including the engagement report for Queens Avenue.

The LXRP has asked Council to respond to the options with its preference on Wednesday 7 February.

Queens Avenue, Caulfield East  looking towards Glen Huntly


We are developing our first Glen Eira Biodiversity Plan. We need your help to protect our native species and improve our community’s connection to nature.

Protecting our native species requires the combined effort of everyone in Glen Eira, so we’re calling on you to help.

Biodiversity has wide reaching economic, environmental, and health and wellbeing benefits that support our ecosystems and protect our quality of life.

While Glen Eira has been urbanised for many decades, there are still some local places where native indigenous species have survived. When managed in the right way, our urban environment can both protect and promote biodiversity.

Glen Eira Community Voice

Help shape your community

Do you live in Glen Eira? We are looking to sign up new members to our Community Voice feedback panel. If you're 18 or older, register your interest to share feedback and make an ongoing impact on Council decision-making.  Sign up today by expressing your interest to help shape your community.