As we are coming into swimming season, please ensure your swimming pool safety barrier is compliant with the required regulations and is in sound condition. For any questions, please contact the City's Building Services team at 9439 0200.
The City of Kwinana is excited to bring back Summer Sounds, Concert in the Park to kick off this year’s Events Season.
Notice is hereby given that the Local Government of the City of Kwinana has prepared the 'Local Planning Scheme No. 2 Amendment 161 to Rezone Lots 9000, 9002, 9006 and 11 Hoffman Road, Mandogalup From ‘Rural A’ to ‘Development’ Zone'.
Notice is hereby given that the Local Government of the City of Kwinana has prepared the 'Local Planning Scheme No. 2 Amendment 159 to Rezone Lots 3, 9003 and 9007 Rowley Road, Mandogalup From ‘Rural A’ to ‘Development’ Zone'.
The City of Kwinana supports a variety of events that contribute to a vibrant community. The City wants events to be successful, but also safe and compliant with all relevant legislations.
Anyone who organises an event has a responsibility to protect the health, safety and welfare of those who may be affected by the event.
Event organisers are encouraged to contact the City before lodging application forms and relevant documents.
The WA Department of Health is currently reviewing the guidelines for events. Once published, the City will provide an updated guideline.
There are several existing documents that may be useful in planning and organising an event. These include but not limited to: -
The Community Event Funding Program offers funding to support and enable events that contribute economically, socially, and culturally to our community and enhance the attractiveness and liveability of Kwinana. A variety of events may be eligible for funding, including family fun days, concerts, markets, multicultural celebrations, or any event that brings the community together. For further information see Community Event Fund.
Please use the following scenarios to assist you to select the correct forms for submission:
The event application form should be submitted at least 60 days prior to the event. For lower-impact events, the event application form can be submitted at least 30 days prior to the event. Examples may include events with less than 200 patrons at any one time, events without traffic management, events without temporary structure or amusement rides, events without alcohol and events with less than five food vendors.
City officers will assess the application and may require completion of other application forms depending on the degree of risk and complexity to public health and safety.
Fees and charges may be applicable and will be quoted upon completed applications.