Overview

Latrobe City Council is the local government body responsible for the municipality of Latrobe. The City of Latrobe employs approximately 540 full-time equivalent staff and is located approximately 150 kilometres east of Melbourne. The council provides a diverse range of public services to the city that consists of a population of over 74,000 residents and 26,000 workers, while also being a hub to an estimation of 5,020 businesses. 

Latrobe City Council provides the following services to the municipality of Latrobe:

  • Aged and Disability Services
  • Animal and Pets Services
  • Capital Works
  • Arts, Culture, and Recreation
  • Community Safety, Information and Development
  • Economic Development
  • Environment Services
  • Family and Children Services
  • Fees & Charges
  • Finance Services
  • Footpaths and Kerbs
  • Health Services
  • Latrobe Regional Airport
  • Leisure and Sports Centres
  • Libraries
  • Local Laws
  • Planning and Building Services
  • Permits, Fines and Laws
  • Public Toilets
  • Recreation
  • Recycling and Waste Management Services
  • Roads and Drains
  • Rural Access
  • Running Council
  • School Programs
  • Street Lighting
  • Sustainability and Environment
  • Tourism and Events
  • Volunteering Programs

 

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