As the temperatures are set to soar, we remind all residents, to try and incorporate the basics. These include the obvious like, staying cool and well hydrated over the next few days.
While most people find extremely hot weather and heatwaves uncomfortable, some people have a higher risk than others of becoming ill.
Check the following link for some tips and advice.
View the following for tips: Hot weather risks and staying cool
We are reviewing our Strategic Community Plan which is the long term vision for the City.
Please provide feedback by 12 Feb 16 at: comment.cockburn.wa.gov.au
Nesting Box Workshop
Explore the range of nesting boxes used for different species and see them in action on a guided walk. Open to all ages.
Days: Saturday 13 February
Times: 9am to 11am
More Info: Nesting Box Workshop
Free training workshop for Cockburn community members
RSVP essential, book now!
GRANT WRITING TIPS
UNDERSTANDING THE NEW ASSOCIATIONS INCORP ACT
FUNDRAISING IDEAS FORUM
The Lakes Revitalisation Strategy is the latest of the City of Cockburn's revitalisation projects. Revitalisation strategies guide how future urban infill can be delivered within established suburbs and works required to facilitate improvements in the urban environment.
The City wishes to hear feedback from Lakes residents and property owners on the draft Strategy during the public advertising period which runs for 60 days from 26 January to 25 March 2016.
INFORMATION SESSIONS :
WHERE: City of Cockburn Function Room, 9 Coleville Crescent, Spearwood
READ MORE for all the details on these sessions.
Who is it for?
Cockburn Early Years is a FREE parenting service for families with children aged 0 8 years and new and expectant parents living in
the City of Cockburn.
What do we offer?
We run groups for just parents, and for parents and children together. Enquiries from parents, grandparents and carers are welcome.
To speak with a staff member, contact Cockburn Early Years on 9411 3855
The environmentally acceptable herbicide Glyphosate 360 (retails as 'Roundup') will be applied to kerb lines, footpaths, traffic islands, dual-use paths and shared paths around the City of Cockburn from 1 February 2016, subject to weather conditions. Areas without weeds will NOT be treated.
If you don't want the kerb or footpath near your property sprayed, please request to be added to the Do not spray register
Mail: City of Cockburn, Road Services,
PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC WA 6965
Phone: 9411 3444
Registered details will be available on request.
Enquiries: To Road Services on 9411 3444.
FOR MORE INFO: cockburn.wa.gov.au/PARKS