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Moonee Valley City

Profile Performance

Provision of indoor and outdoor aquatic facilities to the community and visitors for wellbeing, water safety, sport and recreation

Health inspections of aquatic facilities

Number of inspections by an authorised officer carried out per Council aquatic facility

Moonee Valley City (2018-2019)

1.00

Similar Councils (2018-2019)

2.67

All Councils (2018-2019)

1.90

Performance Trend

Reporting Period Moonee Valley City Similar Councils All Councils
2015-2016 1.00 2.36 1.68
2016-2017 1.00 2.48 1.71
2017-2018 2.00 2.29 1.61
2018-2019 1.00 2.67 1.90

Moonee Valley City Council Says...

During the 2017/18 financial year Moonee Valley City Council tested each aquatic facility more than was required. During the 2018/19 financial year Queens Park Pool was tested twice and Ascot Vale Leisure Centre was tested once. East Keilor Leisure Centre was not tested in 2018/19 due to planned redevelopment.

Number of visits to aquatic facilities per head of municipal population

Number of visits to aquatic facilities per head of municipal population

Moonee Valley City (2018-2019)

5.37

Similar Councils (2018-2019)

7.15

All Councils (2018-2019)

5.11

Performance Trend

Reporting Period Moonee Valley City Similar Councils All Councils
2015-2016 6.08 6.86 5.26
2016-2017 6.53 7.32 5.27
2017-2018 6.63 7.07 5.10
2018-2019 5.37 7.15 5.11

Moonee Valley City Council Says...

Attendance at aquatic facilities in Moonee Valley dropped in 2018/19 due to the closure of East Keilor Leisure Centre for redevelopment in March 2019, and catastrophic damage to sewer pipes beneath Ascot Vale Leisure Centre on 2 March 2019 which forced the unplanned closure of the centre for 12 days and ongoing closure of the change room facilities (the change rooms are scheduled to re-open in August 2019).