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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the City will now be holding a number of Council Meetings electronically.
The City of Kwinana is closing its administration to the public from 4.30pm today (Wednesday, 25 March 2020) in response to COVID-19.
Following Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s announcement yesterday (22 March 2020) in regards to places of social gathering, the City of Kwinana is responded by taking appropriate measures to ensure the safety of its community by closing a number of its facilities.
Following the outcome of the risk assessments the City has made the decision to begin operating under reduced operating models at Darius Wells Library and Community Resource Centre, Kwinana Recquatic and Bertram and Wellard Community Centres.
The City of Kwinana has been notified of a confirmed case of COVID-19 within a tenanted space at a facility within Kwinana.
Changes to bin collections over the Easter period.
In light of the escalating precautionary approach to COVID-19 taken by the Federal and State Governments, the City of Kwinana has made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Kwinana Youth Fest.
The highly anticipated 2020 Alcoa Children’s Festival was enjoyed by more than 9,000 local residents on Saturday, 7 March 2020.
On 23 October, the City of Kwinana Council resolved to allocate a bulk water tanker to the local Volunteer Bushfire Brigades.
At the Ordinary Meeting of Council held on Wednesday, 25 February 2020, the City of Kwinana Council formally appointed its new Chief Executive Officer.
The City of Kwinana will join towns and regions across the nation in welcoming our newest Australian citizens as part of Australia Day 2020 celebrations this Sunday.
The festive season is upon us again in the City of Kwinana. Whether you celebrate Christmas or other traditions, I am sure you will agree that many of us are looking forward to a few days of rest!
The Perth Symphony Orchestra returned to Kwinana on Saturday, 7 December to perform the biggest concert Kwinana has ever seen.
The Leadership, Youth, and Respect in Kwinana (LyriK) Educational Scholarships award ceremony, held on Friday, 6 December at the Zone Youth Space.
The City of Kwinana would like to advise that changes will occur to City Administration hours and waste collections over the Christmas and New Year period.
The City of Kwinana’s Bright Futures Children’s Services were once again named winners in the Excellence in Family Day Care Awards for 2019 for Western Australia and South Australia.
Wellard Road, between Bertram and Millar Road, is proposed to be upgraded to a dual carriageway to accommodate significant traffic increases predicted for the next few decades.
The biggest event of the Kwinana calendar is only six weeks away, with the Perth Symphony Orchestra returning for another great performance of everyone’s favourite songs on Saturday 7 December at Calista Oval.
The City of Kwinana is excited to participate in a new program from the creators of Australia’s award-winning Garage Sale Trail.
The 2019 City of Kwinana Local Government Election resulted in the re-election of current Councillors Dennis Wood, Peter Feasey and Wendy Cooper, and past Councillor Sherilyn Wood.