LATEST NO ROE 8 NEWS
At the June 11 council meeting, Elected Members adopted an alternative proposal to Roe 8 and the Perth Freight Link.
The Council will now lobby the State Government to move the construction of an intermodal facility at Latitude 32 forward. This alternative will focus on freight to rail, utilising existing infrastructure with minimal community and environmental impact.
For more information, and to support this vision, please visit www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/NoRoe8
RATES SEASON - Frequently asked questions
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ERATES - RATES NOTICES VIA EMAIL
The 2015/2016 Council Rates will be issued in late July and this financial year the City will be providing the option of receiving your rates and instalment notices by email, known as eRates.
Ratepayers are required to Register for this service sign up today at: www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/eRates
View the latest Residents and Business Perception Surveys and see how we rated as a Council in Western Australia!
ENVIRONMENT - EVENTS
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 your copy
Community Planting Events
The City invites the Cockburn community to do some planting with us in our coastal, bushland and wetlands area in June and July.
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.
REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW OPEN!
Today the City of Cockburn held a special sod turning event to mark the commencement of construction of the Cockburn Aquatic and Recreation Facility at Cockburn Central West.
Officiated by Mayor Logan Howlett, the Premier of Western Australia Colin Barnett, Minister for Sport and Recreation Mia Davies MLA and Fremantle Football Club (FFC)
President Steve Harris and CEO Steve Rosich came out to lend their hand in turning the first sod.
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The City of Cockburn's 2015/16 budget has been adopted by Council, with an average increase of 3.5% for households across the City.
The City remains one of the lowest rate rises across the Perth metropolitan.