Updating park sign

Council will be updating the existing park sign to reflect its new name of Citadel Park. This will be undertaken over May/June 2023. As part of these works the existing sign blades will be taken down by our nominated contractor and then re-installed with the new artwork attached.

The new park is now open

We’ve created a new park at 132-134 Cardinal Road, Glenroy, as a part of ‘A Park Close to Home’ project.

The ‘A Park Close to Home’ project aims to make sure every household in Merri-bek has access to green open space to enjoy.

After an extended community submissions process, Council created a shortlist of suggested names for the community to vote on. They are displayed below in a randomised order.

  • Stewart Murray Park

    After an Indigenous rights activist, WW2 soldier & Glenroy resident.

  • Bagung Djerring Park

    Means 'gather together' in Woi-Wurrung language.

  • Walert Park

    Meaning 'possum' in Woi-Wurrung language.

  • Yubup Park

    Meaning 'parrakeet' in Woi-Wurrung language.

  • ​Citadel Park

    Named after a place of worship/meeting for the Salvation Army

  • ​Topluluk Park

    Meaning 'community' in Turkish language.

All votes will be counted, the name with the majority of votes will become the official name of the park (subject to Council approval).

Voting closes 5pm Friday 28 October 2022.

Naming processes and procedures are undertaken in accordance with the statutory Naming Rules for Places in Victoria.

You will need to register a login for this site, Conversations Merri-bek, in order to make a submission. We will also ask for your residential address in the survey. This is to protect the integrity and fairness of the consultation and your personal details will not be used for any other purpose. See instructions on this page on how to register or log in.

1. Find the "LOG IN/JOIN" button at the top of the page and click to start registering.

2. Select "LOG IN" if you already have a profile on Conversations Merri-bek OR select "SIGN UP" to create a new profile

3. To create your profile you will need to add: Screen name, email address, password, full name and postcode. Check the boxes that apply and click "CREATE ACCOUNT"

4. Now you can make your submission

Other ways you can vote

Prefer not to use this online form? You can also make a submission in these ways:

Liz McDonald, Property Officer
Merri-bek City Council
Locked Bag 10, Merri-bek 3058.


In person
Merri-bek Civic Centre at 90 Bell Street Coburg

All submissions should include the reference NAM/2021/1, your name and residential address.

Submissions of objection, must explain how the proposal does not comply with the Naming Rules. Submissions must be received in writing by no later than 5pm Friday 28 October 2022.