Register your pool or spa
Private pool and spa owners need to register their pools and spas with Council.
Mary Kehoe Community Centre224 Danks Street, Albert Park 3206
The Mary Kehoe Centre is located in Albert Park in a charming Victorian house close to public transport, the beach and parks.
Several major public and private projects are currently underway in the Domain Precinct, most notably the construction of Anzac Station and the Metro Tunnel Project. St Kilda Road, one of our most famous boulevards and busiest streets, is at the heart of this precinct.
Non-council city services
We often receive questions for services that are managed by other organisations. Check out this page to see whether another organisation can help.
Increased investment LRCI and Black Spot funding programs21 Feb 2022
Australian Funding that empowers councils to prioritise local projects.
Shakespeare Grove Artist Studios
Set in the heart of St Kilda near the site of the tranquil Veg Out Community Gardens, Shakespeare Grove Artist Studios provide affordable studio spaces for local visual artists to expand their arts practice.
Cultural Development Fund - Festivals and Events
The Cultural Development Fund (CDF) Festival and Events grants support not-for-profit arts, cultural and community groups to stage small to medium scale events that celebrate the City’s community spirit, identity, arts and culture, and engage our community as active participants.
Register a new pet
Register your fur babies and pets to keep them safe and improve the services Council provides you.
Apply for an Out of Hours permit
Required when building works need to be undertaken outside Council's specified construction hours and days.
Apply for a Skip Bin permit
Registered skip bin companies must obtain a permit before a bulk rubbish container is placed on a road or Council-owned land.
Report food poisoning
If you or someone you know has experienced food poisoning, you should report the business to Council.
Request new bike parking
Let Council know where you think bike parking is needed to better support the community.
Request street bin collection
If you notice a pubic rubbish bin is full, you can let Council know.
Update your address
It's important your address is up-to-date so Council can keep you informed and get in contact.
South Melbourne Town Hall208-220 Bank Street, South Melbourne 3205
The South Melbourne Town Hall is one of Melbourne’s most impressive civic buildings, located on Bank Street in the heart of South Melbourne. It is currently closed for renovation and restoration.
Traffic, roads and transport
Council is committed to managing and developing a safe and well-connected transport system within Port Phillip. We are a responsible authority for the maintenance of local road assets, which includes road pavements, footpaths, drainage, signs and street furniture, as well as road closures.
McGregor and Patterson Streets, Middle Park - Landscape Improvements
We’re improving the landscape and reducing stormwater pollutants at this intersection.
This program systematically reviews our heritage policy and planning controls to ensure they are up to date and reflect community attitudes.
Working Within Road Reserves Consent
You need consent from Council to dig in any part of a road reserve that is managed by Council. This is required when works impact roads, laneways, nature strips or footpaths.
Beaconsfield and Nimmo Street, Middle Park - Pedestrian Safety and Landscape Improvements
We’re upgrading this intersection to make it safer for all users.
Cecil and Napier Street - Pedestrian Safety Improvements
We’re upgrading this intersection to make it safer for all users and creating a water sensitive urban design.
Arts Response Grants
Three streams of small quick response grants have been developed by the City of Port Phillip to support local artists, cultural organisations, and creative groups dealing with the ongoing impact of COVID-19.
Cultural Development Fund - Key Organisations
An arts funding initiative providing multi-year organisational funding for significant arts and cultural organisations in the City of Port Phillip.
Cultural Development Fund - Projects
The Cultural Development Fund (CDF) is an annual arts and heritage grants round for artists and related organisations in Port Phillip.