Community Connect South seeks $290 million in Federal Government funding for two major road projects to reduce chronic traffic congestion on Armadale Road and in the Cockburn Central area linking two major activity centres and people to jobs:
VISIT: CCSOUTH.INFO - and make your voice count now!
As the weather warms up in spring and summer snakes come out of hibernation to bask in the sunlight, to find food and a mate. This causes concerns and potential risks for people and their pets.
ENVIRONMENT - EVENTS
GOOD Business Workshop
Ever had a great business idea but weren't sure how to get it off the ground?
Over two Saturday morning sessions you will receive an overview of what it means to be a sustainable and responsible business.
Cost $25 per person: MAKE A BOOKING
Sustainable Event Series -July to Dec 2015
Hot off the press!
This booklet is your guide to over 20 upcoming eco lifestyle events in Cockburn.DOWNLOAD A COPY
Community Needs and Perceptions Survey 2015
View the latest Residents and Business Perception Surveys and see how we rated as a Council in Western Australia!
An informative Webinar for Prospective Elected Members was held on 12 August, and we are now able to provide a link to it below.
The webinar runs for 30 minutes and covers topics including:
The Bibra Lake Fun Run is FREE, you can run, walk or skip 6km around the scenic lake.
Runners wishing to be timed and be in with a chance to win a prize must register online.
THE City of Cockburn is set to trial a three bin system in Hamilton Hill, starting from October.
For more info visit: www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/thirdbintrials
An Ordinary Postal Election will be held on 17 October 2015 in the City of Cockburn to fill the following vacancies:
East - 2 Councillors - 4 year term
Central - 1 - Councillor - 4 year term
West - 1 Councillor - 4 year term
NOMINATIONS OPEN on Thursday, 3 September 2015.
NOMINATIONS CLOSE at 4.00pm on Thursday, 10 September 2015.
Nominations must be lodged with the Returning Officer by between 2 - 4pm, Thursday 10th September 2015.
The Dog Act 1976 provides that on and after
1 November 2015, the owner of a dog that has reached three months of age must ensure that the dog is microchipped.
How do I get my dog microchipped?
A veterinarian (vet), veterinarian nurse or a person with the relevant qualifications from a registered training provider is able to implant a microchip in your dog.
To find out how you can arrange for your dog to be microchipped, contact your regular vet or local government to obtain information on where you can take your dog to be microchipped.