In 2007, Peter Feasey was elected as a councillor for the City of Kwinana. He was one of the youngest councillors to represent the City. A further three consecutive terms of re-election followed and he is currently the Deputy Mayor - a position he has proudly held since 2013.
During his time on Council, Deputy Mayor Feasey has been involved in the vast development across the City with many new facilities being constructed including the Darius Wells Library and Resource Centre, the Zone Youth Space, Kwinana Adventure Park and the Edge Skate Park, plus new community pavilions in Orelia, Medina and Wandi and the refurbishment of the Kwinana Recquatic.
A particular highlight was the opening of the award winning Kwinana Adventure Playground, as it has become one of the City’s greatest assets. Deputy Mayor Feasey is proud to be part of a team that plans, develops and delivers to the community.
“Deputy Mayor Feasey has been an asset to the City of Kwinana since he was elected as a Councillor 13 years ago and deserves recognition for his ongoing commitment,” said City of Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams.
“Being passionate, committed and professional, Deputy Mayor Feasey is a leader in the community and takes his responsibility as an Elected Member seriously.”
During his 20’s, Deputy Mayor Feasey was heavily involved in advocating for young people and was an inaugural member of the City of Perth Youth Advisory Council. He’s passionate about giving children and young people opportunities to be more active in our community and is a strong advocate of creating sustainable communities, ensuring everyone in our City has adequate access to the skills and resources required to help make their suburbs better places to live.
He also supports sustainable development within the City to ensure Kwinana retains as much of its natural bushland as possible.
Over the past 10 years, Deputy Mayor Feasey has also been an active member of the Bertram Primary School Community where he has held many roles from P&C President to the Chair of the School Board. He’s also on the Board of Honeywood Primary School and is an active member of the Kwinana Junior Knights Football Club, where his children play AFL. He has held various roles at the club from Auskick Registrar, Treasurer and is currently Club President.