City of Cockburn
City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC, Western Australia, 6965
Telephone: (08) 9411 3444

PROPOSED AMALGAMATION OF COCKBURN & KWINANA

Do Cockburn Electors have the capacity to participate in or initiate a Poll?
 
Yes you do. Both the areas of Cockburn affected by the proposed amalgamation of Cockburn and Kwinana and those areas subject to a boundary takeover namely North Lake, Coolbellup, Hamilton Hill, part of North Coogee, part of Leeming and Jandakot City .may request a poll. 

READ MORE: www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/ReformNews

FIRE SEASON BEGINS

Bushfire

Is your property bushfire compliant? Do the right thing and prepare your property.

Have you protected your property in accordance with the City of Cockburn Fire Control Order 2014/15?

Non-compliance with the Fire Control Order can result in the loss of lives and property.

Penalties
Rangers are carrying out inspections now. You will be infringed immediately if your property is found to be non-compliant. No warnings are issued.

On the spot infringements of $250 plus the cost of compliance works will apply for non-compliance or penalties of up to $5,000 can be imposed by the
Courts.

For full details please visit the following page and follow the links to Fire prevention: www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/fire

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DO YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR WASTE?

what happens to your waste tourWhy not come and see!

The City of Cockburn & the SMRC invite you to take a community tour with us of the Regional Resource Recovery Centre.


Where
: Regional Resource Recovery Centre, Canning Vale

When: Tues 18 November

Time: 9.30 to 12 noon

Morning tea will be provided.

Meet at City of Cockburn admin car park to jump on our community bus, which departs at 9.40 sharp.

  

Magpie Breeding Season Is Here

Please note that magpies will display aggression towards the public to defend their young and may try to forcibly take food from people in parks. Avoid areas where this is occurring by changing cycling and walking routes and picnic areas frequented by magpies in the short term. It is likely that this behaviour will cease by the end of November.

The City does not act upon these incidences due to it being a natural occurrence.

www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/Parks

City of Cockburn

News & Upcoming Events

 35 Years in the City of Cockburn

More: www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/35years

 

BIKE MAINTENANCE SUMMER SESSIONS

bike maintenance sessions

Bike Maintenance 1 - 10am to 12pm $10/rider
Learn essential bike servicing: repair punctures, repair and maintain your chain, id bike parts, use basic tools.

Bike Maintenance 2 - 1pm to 3pm $15/rider
An in-depth look at gears, breaks drive train maintenance, safety checks and servicing.

SESSION DATES
December 6 - Cockburn Central adjacent to Mooba
January 10 - Coogee Beach Cafe
February 7 - Cockburn Central adjacent to Mooba
March 7 - Coogee Beach Cafe

REGISTER NOW: CYCLING@COCKBURN.WA.GOV.AU
MORE INFO: dismantle.org.au/bikedr/events

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