The City’s Administration Building, City Operations, Banksia Park Retirement Village Office, and Zone Youth Space will be closed from 12pm Friday 22 December 2023 until Monday 1 January 2024 (inclusive)
Bin collections will experience a one-day delay from 25 December to 6 January. For more information visit www.kwinana.wa.gov/christmashours
We look forward to seeing you again on Tuesday 2 January 2024.
As per 4.77 of the Local Government Act 1995 please find a copy of the Results Notice for the City of Kwinana, plus detailed ‘calculation steps report’ that outlines the distribution of preferences.
Due to the power outage tonight’s Ordinary Council Meeting will be held via teams. Unfortunately, live streaming will not be available, however the video will be posted to the City’s social channels after the meeting.
In accordance with Section 3.58 of the Local Government Act 1995, the City of Kwinana hereby advertises its intention to dispose of the following property by way of lease; 62-64 Sloan Dr, Leda.
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.
Kwinana Council this week approved the establishment of a dog exercise area near Quartermaine Boulevard in Mandogalup.
Caption: 'Betty' at Peace Park in Parmelia.
The City’s third dog park will be built in Mandogalup following support by Kwinana Council on Wednesday night.
The dog park will be enclosed and designed similar to both Peace Park in Parmelia and the Honeywood dog park in Wandi.
Mayor Carol Adams said Council resolved in November to give notice of the City’s intention to declare an area adjacent to Quartermaine Boulevard in a new subdivision as a dog exercise area and public notices were issued.
No public comments were received in response and the Council at its first meeting of the year agreed to declare a portion of Lot 9010 on Quartermaine Boulevard, Mandogalup to be a dog exercise area.
“The City is aware of strong demand for fenced dog exercise areas in residential areas across the district with this site being identified as suitable due to it being restricted public open space as a result of a Western Power easement,” Mayor Adams said.
“It is intended that this dog park will serve the emerging community in Mandogalup and provide a place for community interaction, socialisation and exercise,” she said.
The design and construction of the fenced dog park by Qube was approved through the landscape development approval process.