What's Happening in my Suburb?

Search by suburb or project type to view projects that have commenced or will be starting in 2019-20.

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The number of projects by suburb varies each year. New suburbs require new parks and facilities, and larger suburbs usually have more projects. All assets have the same renewal period regardless of the suburb.

If you have any feedback on 'What's happening in my Suburb', email customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au, For more information visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) page.

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    • Roads and paths
      Yangebup

      Footpath reconstruction

      Roads and paths | Budget $8.3k | Year 2018-19

      Reconstruction of the existing footpath along Yangebup Road from Panarea East to Spinnaker Heights. 
      Project Completed.

      Address: Yangebup Road from Panarea East to Spinnaker Heights
    • Roads and paths
      Yangebup

      New footpath

      Roads and paths | Year 2018-19

      New footpath will be added to Cygnet Close. Work will commence on 24 September 2018. Project Completed.

      Address: Cygnet Close, Yangebup WA 6164
    • Roads and paths
      Yangebup

      Traffic calming

      Roads and paths | Budget $100k | Year 2018-19

      Investigate potential for traffic calming devices along Osprey Drive in Yangebup.
      Project Completed.

      Address: Osprey Drive, Yangebup

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