City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC, Western Australia, 6965
Telephone: (08) 9411 3444
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COMMUNITY CONNECT SOUTH (CCS) CAMPAIGN STAGE 2
It's time to finish the job

Over 100,000 vehicles travel through central Cockburn every day, resulting in traffic chaos.  The cities of Cockburn and Armadale are asking the Federal Government to commit $160 million to connect North Lake Road with the freeway and Armadale Road via a flyover bridge.

Congestion at Cockburn Central is creating barriers to the growth and prosperity of the region and has a flow on effect from Armadale through to Jandakot, Fremantle and the rest of Perth.

This election, tell Canberra to help fund Armadale Road Bridge.
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COMMENT ON
DRAFT Strategic Community Plan

HOW DID WE PERFORM ?

Following great feedback, the City has drafted its Strategic Community Plan 2016 - 2026 and wants to know what you think. 

The Plan articulates the long term vision, aspirations and priorities of the Cockburn Community.

The Draft Plan is now available for comment until 15 May 2016. 

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We are keen to hear your views on local services and facilities and your ideas about how the City can be improved.

This information will assist Council in planning to meet your needs.

Survey closes Friday 13 May.

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RESTRICTED BURNING TIMES

CITY CONDEMNS 'BLACK HOLE' FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT

Firebreak and slashing requirements on properties cease from 16 April until 31 October 2016. 

Please also note that Permits to Burn can now be issued by the City from the 19 April 2016.

Please refer to the City's Fire Control Order  effective 9 July 2015, for more detailed information.

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The City of Cockburn has condemned the latest announcement of an additional $260 million in funding from the Commonwealth Government for a tunnel as part of the Perth Freight Link proposal.

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NATIVE PLANT SUBSIDY SCHEME 2016

City of Cockburn offers residents the opportunity to purchase local native plants for their gardens at a subsidised price during the month of May.

To redeem this offer please complete the voucher on the back of the flyer and present it to Apace Nursery.

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 bike & walk cockburn

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How can we improve roads and paths so more people ride bicycles and walk in the City of Cockburn?

The City is working on a new draft Bicycle Plan so we can  develop a more connected bicycle network, improving links to existing routes and making cycling more accessible for people of all ages and abilities. 

Visit our online mapping tool which gives you the opportunity to comment on locations where bicycle, pedestrian or shared path infrastructure are required or can be improved.


Free training workshop
for Cockburn community members

cockburn community development - train your brain workshops

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UNDERSTANDING THE NEW ASSOCIATIONS INCORP ACT
WHEN:   
Wednesday 11 May
TIMES:    6 to 8pm

FUNDRAISING IDEAS FORUM
WHEN
:   Wednesday 22 June,
TIMES: 6 to 8.30pm

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City of Cockburn

News & Upcoming Events

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Bibra Lakes New Playground is growing up!

Bibra Lake will soon be home to an exciting nBibra Lake Perspectiveew regional playground.  Works are underway and site fencing along Progress Drive gives an idea of just how big the project is!

The City has commissioned six short videos to be taken during the playgrounds construction using a drone-copter.  The videos will show the unique and interesting play features as they rise from the ground.

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UPGRADE TO MANNING PARK LOOKOUT

Manning Stairs lookoutThe City is excited to announce the commencing of works on the western lookout within Manning Park, along the Davilak Trail.  The works will complement the upgrade to the eastern lookout and stairs completed last year.

The works are expected to take 5-6 weeks  and be completed by end of May 2016.

There will be some limits to public access to the site during construction and park users are advised to use an alternative route. 

For more information contact customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au

ANNUAL PIONEER LUNCHEON &
COCKBURN WA DAY AWARD 2016

Cockburn WA day awardannual pioneer luncheon 2016Don't miss this year's coming events, click the links below to read about nominating or attending these wonderful events!

 

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