Our building and planning teams have implemented a new and simple permit application process called Greenlight. The Greenlight Online Permit Manager will allow you to submit and pay for your applications online, receive correspondence by email and monitor the status of your applications from start to finish. To access, please visit our planning or building permit pages or click on the link:
Northern Grampians Shire Greenlight Planning and Building Permits
The Northern Grampians Shire Council Flood Recovery Plan will guide both council and local residents to design and implement activities, programs, and projects required by the Glenorchy community as a result of the October 2022 floods.
To ensure that the plan follows the National Principles of Recovery, the council has partnered with the Glenorchy community and other key stakeholders to:
To keep up to date with available resources, infrastructure project progress and community news have a look at the Community Flood Recovery Updates published bi-monthly.
July-August pdf(PDF, 845KB)
A community BBQ was held on 29 July to provide residents an opportunity to meet new people or catch up with old friends. It was a chance for the Glenorchy community and surrounds to mingle towards a more connected and resilient community.
For updates on identified issues, work needed, and timelines for completion, please download and view:
You can also find out what mitigation options have been modelled and the outcomes.
Arapiles-Forest Street.pdf(PDF, 897KB)
Glenorchy residents were provided with the opportunity to engage with Northern Grampians Shire Council and other key stakeholders as both a means to distribute key information and to explore and identify solutions designed to lessen the impact of flood. This process is ongoing.
Held at the Glenorchy Hall on an ongoing basis.
Meetings are being held with interested community members to discuss:
Contact Rachel Whittaker on 03 5358 0512 for more information.
15 August 2023, at the Glenorchy Hall
This meeting initiated by council was an opportunity for residents in Glenorchy and the surrounding district to:
27 April 2023 at the Glenorchy Hall
Six months on from the 2022 October Floods: How has the Glenorchy community been affected? What are the persisting challenges? What will best support recovery?
Glenorchy residents were invited to a community dinner with guest speaker David Younger, to discuss:
Recovery to Preparation- Glenorchy Community Session(PDF, 127KB)
30 November 2022 at the Glenorchy Hall
This second meeting was an opportunity for residents in Glenorchy and surrounding district to:
Gain an understanding of the outcomes of past flood studies and what mitigation options have been acted upon and considered.
Provide learnings and experiences from previous floods to inform mitigation options for the future.
Learn about individual household flood mitigation options.
27 October 2022 at the Glenorchy Hall
The overall purpose of this meeting was to connect with residents in Glenorchy who had been affected by the October 2022 Flood to:
6. Community-led Flood Recovery programs and activity implementation - April 2023 to June 2025.
Community Development/Flood Recovery
03 5358 0512