Port Phillip City Council is the local government body responsible for setting the vision and strategic direction of the municipality of Port Phillip. The City of Port Phillip encompasses three wards - Gateway, Lake, and Canal. The City of Port Phillip employs approximately 710 people and is administered by its head office in St Kilda, Victoria. 

The city of Port Phillip was formed by an amalgamation of St Kilda and South and Port Melbourne. The City of Port Phillip is located to the south of Melbourne’s CBD and covers an area of approximately 20.6 Kilometre square. The council administers to a population of over 110,000 residents, by providing the following services:

  • Aged Care and Disability Services
  • Family, Youth and Children Services
  • Immunisation
  • Local Directories
  • Water Conservation & Management
  • Garbage & Environmental Services
  • Library
  • Planning & Building
  • Permits & Licences
  • Pets & Animal Management
  • Traffic & Roads
  • Parking in Port Philip
  • Rates, Property & Fire Levy
  • Pay Bills & Fines
  • Transport in Port Phillip
  • Funds, Grants & Subsidies

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