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The road outside Heathdale Christian College in Werribee is one of 75 locations in Melbourne earmarked for the installation of innovative new technology to better manage pedestrian and vehicle traffic at street crossings.
Wyndham City Councils Parklife festival, which offers live entertainment and outdoor movies for families, is set to return to Werribee in April.
Wyndham City Council, based in Werribee, has introduced a new grant to support creative locals in staging workshops in key community hubs around the city.
Wyndham Council is staging its annual free Summer Celebration at Werribee Racecourse and community members, friends and families are invited to attend.
Artists from Werribee and across Australia are being invited to enter the prestigious 2021 Wyndham Art Prize.
Children under 12 years old from Werribee and across the City of Wyndham are being invited to take part in the Wynnies Art Prize, which has returned for its third consecutive year.
A rail plan set to benefit residents between Melton and Wyndham Vale, near Werribee, is on track for delivery following a recent $30 million commitment by the Federal and State Governments.
Tarneit Road, at Hoppers Crossing near Werribee, is among one of the city's busiest roads set to be upgraded as part of a $20.5 million council expenditure programme.
Winners of a competition that was open to entries from throughout the City of Wyndham, including Werribee, have been announced.
Residents of Wyndham City who love the arts have an opportunity to attend a performance of the Migrants Son in Werribee in August.