Community support

Community support

Offering a comprehensive range of sustainability programs and services.

Funding & grants

The City of Casey has a range of grants and assistance available to community groups, organisations and individuals within the municipality.

Men’s activities and men’s shed programs in Casey

Workshops and Men’s Shed programs provide opportunities for “hand on” practical activities where men can work on projects, with other men, in an informal and relaxed environment.

Neighbourhood Houses & Community Learning Centres

Neighbourhood Houses and Community Learning Centres offer a friendly environment where you can get together with friends, meet new people and learn new skills.

Selandra Community Place

Selandra Community Place

Selandra Community Place is an interactive display home that showcases a variety of sustainable initiatives.

Lynbrook Community Centre

Lynbrook Community Centre

The Lynbrook Community Centre is located within the neighbourhood activity centre adjacent to the local shopping centre, on the corner of Lynbrook Boulevard and Harris Street, Lynbrook.

World Hello Day

World Hello Day

The City of Casey's 'Hello' postcards are available from Casey Customer Service Centres and various other locations, including libraries and Neighbourhood (Community) Houses.

Hampton Park Community Renewal Project

The Hampton Park Community Renewal (HPCR) Project was jointly funded by the Victorian State Government and the City of Casey and was a partnership project with the Hampton Park community. The HPCR Project commenced in 2007 and was a six year project.

Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee

The City of Casey has an Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee. There are currently no vacancies on the Committee. Interested residents can apply for future vacancies by completing an Expression of Interest.

Neighbour Day

Neighbour Day

If you don't know the person who lives next door, or across the street, make a special effort to introduce yourself.

Community Gardens

Community Gardens

Community gardens are places where people come together to garden collectively, grow food and build community.

Strengthening New Communities Program

Strengthening New Communities Program

Building a suburb is one thing but creating a friendly neighbourhood is another. That’s why the City of Casey invests in the Strengthening New Communities program which offers a number of opportunities for locals to participate in fun, free activities to help them get to know their neighbourhood and their neighbours.

Public halls

Why not consider hiring a public hall for your group or function and support your local community?