You have until 13 October to make your submission to the LGAB on why you do not support a boundary change to the City of Cockburn.
On Thursday 29 September, Council adopted its submission to the Local Government Advisory Board on the proposal for the City of Fremantle to extend its border over Hamilton Hill and part of North Coogee.
We're seeking your comment on proposals to allow new dog exercise areas at five locations so visit here.
The Minister for Lands has approved the creation of a new suburb, Treeby, north of Armadale Road, which is currently known as Banjup. South of Armadale Road, Banjup will remain as it is. The City is currently contacting all affected residents to advise them of this change.
To host a stall at this year's Spring Fair, download forms:
Read more: Cockburn Rotary Spring Fair
DRAFT PHOENIX ACTIVITY CENTRE - Upgrades to Rockingham Road
The City has proposed the upgrade and beautification of Rockingham Road between Phoenix Road and Coleville Crescent and now seeks your comment by 4pm, 22 October 2016.
With loads more FREE events coming up in
Choose from over 30 sustainable living events!
Bushfire Preparedness and Resilience Workshop
Living Smart Course
Garage Sale Trail
Spearwood Library Giant CD & DVD Sale
Coogee Maritime Trail
An exciting dive and snorkel trail is being developed at Coogee Beach.
The underwater trail will start at the historic Omeo shipwreck and features artificial reef and underwater artwork.
Read More: Maritime Trail Info
Register for eRates & Win!
Register to receive your Annual Rates Notice and Instalment Reminders by email to have an opportunity to win an iPad.
There are 4 iPads in total to give away, with prize draws on:
INFO: READ HOW TO WIN
Coming up in the school holidays for primary and high school students:
Library Session Constable Care/Protective Behaviours Read More
Library Session - SciTech Read More
Native ARC Holiday Program Read more
Get Wild About Wetlands Read more
Outrage Youth Program Read more
Azelia Ley Museum Holiday program Read more
Early Years Holiday session Read more
The Cockburn ARC team has just launched a new project website and Facebook page to keep the community updated on the Cockburn ARC development.
The site includes photos, videos, FAQs and background information about the centre.
On the website, visitors can also sign up for regular email updates as the project draws closer to completion.
More details on: CLEANCATCH