Environment press releases

Council keeps our creeks clean

Council keeps our creeks clean

Published on Friday, 12th October 2018

In the past three months, Council has manually removed more than 7 tonnes of rubbish, green waste and dumped litter from our waterways.

  • Enviro bootcamp

    Get in touch with nature

    Published on Friday, 28th September 2018

    Fairfield City residents of all ages are in for a treat this October with a wide range of free and interesting environmental workshops and events.

  • Community conversations to help save pets

    Community conversations to help save pets

    Published on Thursday, 12th July 2018

    Fairfield City Council wants to find out how to better prevent pets going to animal shelters and increase the number of lost pets being reunited with their owners.

  • Fairfield City Council calls on residents to bin the butt

    Fairfield City Council calls on residents to bin the butt

    Published on Friday, 1st June 2018

    Fairfield City Council is calling on residents to help keep the City clean by properly disposing of cigarette butts.

  • Protect your fruit and wildlife

    Published on Monday, 21st December 2015

    Fairfield City Council residents who use nets to protect their fruit trees are being urged to buy wildlife safe netting to also protect possums, birds, flying foxes and other wildlife from becoming tr

  • Rockcorps volunteers

    Young volunteers show no love for weeds

    Published on Friday, 28th August 2015

    About 50 young people donned gloves and gardening tools at Lalich Avenue Reserve in Bonnyrigg on Thursday 27 August to help control an infestation of African Love Grass.

  • Cleanout collects 35 tonnes of waste

    Published on Wednesday, 26th August 2015

    Fairfield City residents embraced the opportunity to dispose of their hazardous goods at the Council’s annual Chemical CleanOut Day on Sunday 16 October.

  • Community to set vision for Green Valley Creek

    Published on Wednesday, 19th August 2015

    Fairfield City Council is calling on residents to help set the direction and vision for the Green Valley Creek Rehabilitation Project.