The City of Kwinana would like to advise that changes will occur to City Administration hours and Community Centres over the Christmas and New Year period. To view a full list of closures, visit > https://kwin.city/3VcsrL1
The minutes for the City of Kwinana Ordinary Council Meeting held on Wednesday, 23 November 2022 are now available to read online.
The City of Kwinana invites Expressions of Interest to lease the office premises (95.84m²) located on the 1st Floor, Darius Wells Library & Resource Centre, Robbos Way, Kwinana Town Centre, in accordance with Council Leasing Policy.
The City of Kwinana has launched a new Business Hub section on its website www.kwinana.wa.gov.au/business-hub to provide better support and streamline information for small business owner in the City.
The development of the business hub on the City’s website was one of the key actions outlined in the City’s Small Business Friendly Approval Program Action Plan. The Action Plan, which was endorced by Council in October 2021, was developed as a result of the City’s participation in the State Government-funded Small Business Friendly Approvals Program, led by the Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC).
The City of Kwinana was one of 21 local governments selected to participate in the Small Business Friendly Approval Program the creation of the business hub was one of 50 actions identified and captured in the City’s Plan.
The business hub aims to create a central location for both current business owner and aspiring one, to be able to navigate the sometime complex process of starting and owning a business and the approval that are requires. Whether it is a beauty salon, hairdressers, food premises or a consultancy the hub streamlines all business information in one place.
To view the City’s new business hub visit www.kwinana.wa.gov.au/business-hub.