Moreland Council Environmental Sustainability Award 2020

We would like to acknowledge our Treasurer, Stephen Northey as joint winner of the Moreland Council Environmental Sustainability Award.

The ceremony was conducted online where Stephen was announced as a joint winner with Ann and Bruce McGregor from FoMC.

Stephen says, “While this was an individual award, it is also recognition for all the ‘freaks for Edgars Creek’, our community, and the Friends of Edgars Creek (FoEC) Committee. Congrats and thanks to all. Go FoEC!!”

Well done Stephen! Watch the ceremony here:

UPDATE: All activities postponed until further notice

All Friends of Edgars Creek events have been postponed.

As the Covid-19 Pandemic has made it necessary to limit non-essential social interactions, Friends of Edgars Creek has postponed all our community events until further notice.

We will keep you updated via our website, Facebook and Instagram page when our activities will recommence.

Ronald Street Footbridge over Edgars Creek, Coburg North – Construction works

The footbridge across Edgar’s Creek near Ronald Street, Coburg North was damaged beyond repair by a flood event in late December 2016.

Moreland Council has since removed all parts of the damaged bridge and engaged a consultant to undertake a feasibility study to investigate options for a replacement bridge and/or formalised path on the west side of Merri Creek linking into Kodak Bridge.

Moreland Council say the key requirements for any new or replacement bridge are expressed by Melbourne Water. Melbourne Water is the statutory authority with legal responsibility for all waterways in metropolitan Melbourne and provides the minimum standards for new bridges over its waterways. With this in mind, Melbourne Water’s influence on the bridge design is significant.

Further information

If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact Council’s Engineering Services Coordinator, Joe Carnuccio on 9240 2236 or contact Council. More information here.

Celebrating 13 planting seasons

Thank you everyone for making 13 planting seasons so successful. And just today, another 600 plants in the ground! We hope you enjoy this short video from today’s celebration.

September 2019