Lolly Run 2023

Listen out for the beeps of the lolly run trucks and join us on your street!

To ensure you don’t miss out on the festive cheer, add a reminder to your calendar when Santa will be in your suburb. All events will happen between 4.30pm and 8.30pm. View the timetable.

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Community Safety

Have you got a Community Safety pack?

The City’s Community Safety Packs are available from the Administration Building during opening hours or see our Community Safety Officer at upcoming City events.

Are you a senior and eligible for the State Government rebate?

The Safety and Security scheme organised by the Department of Communities has been reintroduced, with West Australian Seniors Card members able to claim up to $400 per household.

The rebate allows seniors to improve the level of security within their home by installing a range of security items such as window and door deadlocks, security screens, home intruder alarms, sensor lights or roller shutters.

To qualify for the subsidy, your security item/s must be installed and invoiced within the past three months of application. Only one claim per household. Find out how to apply and check your eligibity for the Safety and Security Rebate.

Pensioner / Senior concessions are also available on rates and Emergency Services Levy. Find out if you are eligible and how to apply for Rates and Emergency Services.

Do you want to connect with your neighbours?

Residents are encouraged to host a ‘Street Meet’ get-together or activity, focusing on small, simple street-based initiatives such as a BBQ at a park or street book exchange. By coming together, community members are able to forge strong, lasting friendships and new social networks that increase personal and community connection and cultivate a sense of wellbeing while improving safety.

'Street Meets' aim to:

  • Provide local residents with resources and support to organise activities in their streets and local parks;
  • Assist community members to create connections with others living in their neighbourhoods;
  • Increase the number of street activities happening in Kwinana;
  • Increase feelings of safety through increased levels of connection and passive surveillance;
  • Reduce feelings of isolation;
  • Identify community leaders and community assets; and
  • Build capacity of our community leaders.

For further information, including eligibility for a Street Meet grant.

Neighbourhood Watch Journal featured the City of Kwinana in the October 2023 issue. Read the full Neighbourhood Watch October 2023 Issue Here.

Are trolleys a problem in your area?

The City encourages the local community to report abandoned shopping trolleys via Trolley Tracker. Help us keep our community looking beautiful and tidy by reporting abandoned trolleys via Trolley Tracker.

To report an abandoned shopping trolley in your area;

• Woolworths / Big W / Dan Murphy’s > TrolleyTracker App

• Coles > Coles Website

• ALDI / IGA > contact your local IGA or ALDI store

Do you want to report a faulty street light?

Western Power install and maintain streetlights on behalf of most councils. If a streetlight doesn’t turn on/off of flickers use the streetlight reporting tool found on the Western Power website.

Do you want to report graffiti?

The City of Kwinana is responsible for removing graffiti from infrastructure managed or owned by Council. This includes footpaths, street furniture, sculptures, artworks, and its buildings.

As a property owner, if you’re the victim of graffiti vandalism, the City of Kwinana can help.

First report the issue to Goodbye Graffiti or the Police to obtain an Offence Report number. This number must be quoted to the City of Kwinana when requesting the removal of graffiti.

To report graffiti on Council property please contact the City of Kwinana on 9439 0200.

If you see someone in the act of graffiti vandalism, you should report it to the police immediately on 131 444.

Have you downloaded the ‘Eyes on the Street’ app?

Eyes on the Street, is powered by Crime Stoppers WA, and allows everyone to be the eyes and ears for Police by reporting suspicious activity quickly, easily and anonymously via a mobile app. Information shared with Crime Stoppers WA is then directed to the WA Police Force or other law enforcement agencies for their intelligence and action where appropriate.

Eyes on the Street is an information sharing exercise. If you need police assistance, call 131 444, or in an emergency call 000

Download from the Apple App Store or Google Play now.

Crime Stoppers

1800 333 000


131 444



Call to report any information about
criminal activity or suspicious behaviour

“Press”1. For Police Attendance

2. For Report Only

Where life or property is threatened or in danger


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