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Please be advised that the City administration building and several City facilities will be closed on Monday, 5 June for the WA Day public holiday. Bin services will not be impacted. We look forward to seeing you from Tuesday, 6 June.

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Local and Statewide Public Notices

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Notice of Intention to Levy Differential Rates and Minimum Payments

In accordance with Section 6.36 of the Local Government Act 1995, the City of Kwinana hereby gives notice of its intention to impose differential rates for each rating category in the 2023/2024 financial year.

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Have your say on the City's advertised Differential Rates for 2023/2024

View the statement of objects and reasons for differential rates categories 2023/2024

Proposed Local Laws

Pursuant to section 3.12(3) of the Local Government Act 1995, the City of Kwinana gives notice that it intends to make the following new local law:
Animal, Environment and Amenity Local Law 2023

• To protect the environment and public health, safety, and amenity within the district.
• To repeal redundant local laws.

• To provide for the elimination or reduction of threats to the environment and public health, safety and amenity through –
(a) the regulation of the keeping of animals (other than dogs and cats) in terms of types, number, how and where they can be kept;
(b) prescribing minimum standards for keeping of all animals.
(c) prescribing requirements for owners and occupiers of land to manage activities to prevent creating a nuisance including vermin control, refuse control, dust prevention, light, smoke and odour emissions; and
• To repeal redundant provisions of existing City of Kwinana local laws.

A copy of the proposed local laws may be inspected at the Council Administration Office, corner Gilmore Avenue and Sulphur Road, Kwinana between the hours of 8.30am and 4:30pm Monday to Friday.

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Notice of Extension of Prohibited Burning Period

Bush Fires Act 1954 Extension of Prohibited Burning Period and Suspension of Restricted Burning Period

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with sections 17 and 18 of the Bush Fires Act 1954, the prohibited burning period for the City of Kwinana has been extended from midnight 31st March 2023 to midnight on 14 April 2023 and the restricted burning period has been suspended until 0001 hours on 15 April 2023, within the whole of the district of the City of Kwinana.

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Notice of Fire Control Officer Appointment

In accordance with Section 38(1) of the Bush Fires Act 1954 as amended, the following persons are appointed as bush fire control officers for the City of Kwinana until the date of termination of appointment.

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Notice of Appointment

It is hereby notified for public information that with effective dates as stated below, the following persons have been appointed as Poundkeepers and Ranger pursuant to Part XX, Section 449 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1960.

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Expressions of Interest - Lot 904 Chisham Ave, Kwinana Town Centre

Expressions of Interest documents are available via email request to propertymanagement@kwinana.wa.gov.au
Information on how to respond is provided within the documents. Replies are to be received via propertymanagement@kwinana.wa.gov.au prior to 5pm AWST, 21 April 2023.

Any further information may be obtained from Karina on (08) 9439 0260.

There is no obligation on the City to accept any submissions. Canvassing of Councillors or City Officers will disqualify applications from further consideration.

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Feral Animal Control Program 

The City of Kwinana will be undertaking its feral animal control program between 27 February and 30 September 2023, in City of Kwinana managed Conservation Reserves. Feral animal control will be focused on the red fox, feral cat and European rabbits. Control will be carried out by trained professionals with appropriate pest licenses, permits and associated qualifications required under the Animal Welfare Act of 2002 and the Biosecurity and Agriculture Management Act (BAM Act).

During this time, signage where control is being carried out will be visible at major entry points to reserves. Pet owners can assist by keeping dogs on a leash in conservation reserves.

Contractors will also release Rabbit Calicivirus Disease in order to control feral rabbit populations. If you own domestic pet rabbits, please ensure that you have all the appropriate vaccinations for your pet and keep your hutch insect proof. To obtain further advice regarding appropriate vaccinations, please contact your local vet.

Further information can be obtained by contacting the City of Kwinana on 9439 0200.

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Notice of Dog Exercise Area

The City of Kwinana advises that the following location has been specified to be a dog exercise area pursuant to s.31(3A) of the Dog Act 1976:

  • Portion of Lot 9010 on DP 421705, Quartermaine Boulevard, Mandogalup

Dogs will be permitted to exercise off-lead in the fenced area only.

Further information may be obtained by contacting the City of Kwinana Essential Services Team on 9439 0400.

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Fire Break/Hazard Compliance Notice 2022/2023

This Fire-Break/Hazard Compliance Notice is issued by the City of Kwinana pursuant to section 33 and 24G (2) of the Bush Fires Act 1954 to assist with the prevention, control and extinguishment of bush fires or to prevent the spread or extension of a bush fire to any adjoining land.

All property owners and/or occupiers of land within the City of Kwinana are hereby served with a first and final Fire-Break/Hazard Compliance Notice (the Notice) and are required to comply with the requirements in full.

If you do not meet your fire prevention responsibilities as a property owner, you could be liable for a maximum penalty of $5,000 plus costs. The City may also access a property and undertake the required work at the expense of the owner.

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