Get excited for our $35.89m capital works budget

Evening testing on the eye-catching light box feature on the $6.7m Treeby Community and Sports Centre is a sign the project is progressing steadily, with completion due early-mid 2022.
While the architectural feature will look great at night, it will also serve as a practical wayfaring tool for our community.
The City worked closely with Treeby locals to develop the designs for the new centre, with feedback helping shape the concept design advertised for public comment.
The new centre will incorporate various artworks, with the theme being nature and environment.
A hanging sculpture inspired by the flight path of the Karak (Forest Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo) is just one of many artistic elements that will feature at the new centre.
The Treeby project is just one of many exciting infrastructure projects included in the City of Cockburn’s $35.89m capital works budget for 2021-2022.
Here is a snapshot of some of the other key projects for 2021-2022:
Parks and Environment
$4.82 million
  • Parks infrastructure renewals $1m
  • New park infrastructure & development $900k
  • Playground renewals $700k
  • Citywide street tree planting $750k
  • Sports & park lighting $300k
  • Shade sails & shelters $500k
  • Streetscapes renewal $400k
  • Resident group projects $250k
Path Network
$1.74 million
  • Cockburn Road (Orsino to Keisey) $160k
  • Yangebup Lake Principal Shared Path (PSP) upgrade $127k
  • Little Rush Lake PSP upgrade $127k
  • Sylvan Crescent $141k
  • Coolbellup Avenue shared path $100k
  • Coolbellup shopping area $100k
  • Macquarie Boulevard Shared Path $100k
  • Safe active corridor (Stock to Healy) $105k
  • Coogee Primary School children’s crossing $105k
$13.8 million
Road resurfacing (16 projects) $1.14m

Road upgrades and construction:
  • Hammond Road duplication (Branch to Bartram) $6.04m
  • Rowley Road & Lyon Road $1.65m
  • Rockingham Road rehabilitation (various sections) $1.30m
  • Progress Drive (Hope to Gwilliam) $1m
  • Spearwood Avenue & Hamilton Road upgrade $510k
  • Carpark facilities - Cockburn Central West $860k
  • Traffic management related projects $560k
  • Othello Bridge anti-climb configuration $400k
$7.28 million
  • Treeby Community & Sports Centre $2.92m
  • Frankland Park Sports & Community Facility $1.77m
  • Goodchild Park change rooms upgrade $850k
  • Various refurbishment & renewal projects $1.5m
  • Plant & fleet vehicles $4.64m
  • Marina/Coastal $341k
  • CCTV projects $550k
  • Technology, software & computers $960k
  • Landfill infrastructure $180k
  • Public art $92k
Drains and Sumps
$1.49 million

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