City of Cockburn draft Budget 2019/2020

Consultation has concluded

27 May 2019

We welcome your feedback on the City's draft capital works budget 2019/20 before it formally goes to the Council meeting on 20 June 2019. It sets out the proposed expenditure by the City on parks, roads, buildings and the like, funded mostly by government, developer contributions and your rates.

See our Annual Business Plan which sets out the priorities for the coming year.

Have your Say

Your feedback is welcome by 27 May 2019 by:

  • Asking a question or providing feedback below
  • Sending an email to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au

Your views will be incorporated into a feedback report and presented to Elected Members.

Proposed Expenditure

The Council is proposing the following projects as part its $43.30 million capital works program for 2019-2020.

Parks and Environment $5.377 million

  • Master Plans $0.72m
  • Revitalisation Plans $0.65m
  • Shade Sails for 7 playgrounds $0.15m
  • Upgrades to 13 playgrounds $0.689m
  • Street tree planting program $0.30m
  • Renewing reticulation and bores/pumps in parks $0.715m
  • Park upgrades and improvements $1.10m
  • Floodlights for new oval $0.2m
  • Environmental management $0.343m
  • Streetscapes $0.51m

Roads $19.288 million

Road Resurfacing Program (16 projects) $1.04m

Road Construction Program

  • Jandakot Road $7.627m
  • Verde Drive/Princep Rd $6.0m
  • Karel Ave $2.0m

Other road projects $0.472m

Traffic calming (9 projects) $0.785m

Road rehabilitation projects $1.16m

New and replacement bus shelters $160k

Footpaths $1.434M

  • New footpaths $491k
  • Refurbishment of existing footpaths $543k
  • Bike paths $400k

Drains and Sumps $1.318m

Buildings $10.28m

  • Wetlands Education Centre/Native Arc/BL Scouts $5m ($7.0m total)
  • Frankland Park recreation facilities $1.50m ($7.8m total)
  • Malabar BMX facility $1.08m
  • Replacement/Renewal/upgrade $2.0m
  • Design new facilities $0.7m

Marina/Coastal $0.38m

Port Coogee Marina $60k

Coastal $320k

Other $5.214m

  • CCTV (4 new projects) $398k
  • Technology $528k
  • GIS $239k
  • Landfill $179k
  • Plant $3.87m

See more detail here or ask a question below. Thanks for your interest.

27 May 2019

We welcome your feedback on the City's draft capital works budget 2019/20 before it formally goes to the Council meeting on 20 June 2019. It sets out the proposed expenditure by the City on parks, roads, buildings and the like, funded mostly by government, developer contributions and your rates.

See our Annual Business Plan which sets out the priorities for the coming year.

Have your Say

Your feedback is welcome by 27 May 2019 by:

  • Asking a question or providing feedback below
  • Sending an email to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au

Your views will be incorporated into a feedback report and presented to Elected Members.

Proposed Expenditure

The Council is proposing the following projects as part its $43.30 million capital works program for 2019-2020.

Parks and Environment $5.377 million

  • Master Plans $0.72m
  • Revitalisation Plans $0.65m
  • Shade Sails for 7 playgrounds $0.15m
  • Upgrades to 13 playgrounds $0.689m
  • Street tree planting program $0.30m
  • Renewing reticulation and bores/pumps in parks $0.715m
  • Park upgrades and improvements $1.10m
  • Floodlights for new oval $0.2m
  • Environmental management $0.343m
  • Streetscapes $0.51m

Roads $19.288 million

Road Resurfacing Program (16 projects) $1.04m

Road Construction Program

  • Jandakot Road $7.627m
  • Verde Drive/Princep Rd $6.0m
  • Karel Ave $2.0m

Other road projects $0.472m

Traffic calming (9 projects) $0.785m

Road rehabilitation projects $1.16m

New and replacement bus shelters $160k

Footpaths $1.434M

  • New footpaths $491k
  • Refurbishment of existing footpaths $543k
  • Bike paths $400k

Drains and Sumps $1.318m

Buildings $10.28m

  • Wetlands Education Centre/Native Arc/BL Scouts $5m ($7.0m total)
  • Frankland Park recreation facilities $1.50m ($7.8m total)
  • Malabar BMX facility $1.08m
  • Replacement/Renewal/upgrade $2.0m
  • Design new facilities $0.7m

Marina/Coastal $0.38m

Port Coogee Marina $60k

Coastal $320k

Other $5.214m

  • CCTV (4 new projects) $398k
  • Technology $528k
  • GIS $239k
  • Landfill $179k
  • Plant $3.87m

See more detail here or ask a question below. Thanks for your interest.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
  • Good community engagement. Well done and thanks.

    Chris Burke asked 2 months ago

    Thank you for your feedback.

  • Only two things we would like is that: 1) the green lid bins are emptied weekly as previously so we can get back to maintaining our garden and not stock pile green waste for a week after needing to clear the garden. 2) the safe access to the joint use cycle paths from Berrigan Drive are re-established ASAP without having to dodge trucks and cars on the diversion roads.

    deanie asked 2 months ago

    Question 1: In suppling a garden waste bin, the volume of waste that the City could remove from a residential property every fortnight increased from 960ltr/fortnight to 1,000lts/fortnight. Given that the current fortnightly participation rate for the garden waste bin is still only 50%, it is unlikely that the service will be increased to weekly.
    Residents have 7 options if they have large quantities of garden waste. 
    1. Place the excess garden waste in the red top bin, 
    2. Stockpile the material on your property and spread the garden waste over the available space in the lime or red top bin in successive weeks.
    3. Use short or long handle secateurs to cut the branches smaller and compact, so that more material fits into the red top or the lime green lid bins (70kgs Maximum) 
    4. Get to know your neighbour and ask if they have are using their garden waste bin this fortnight, or if they have any available space. 
    5. Compost your leaves and lawn clipping from the garden waste bin and the food scraps from your red lid bin to create more space in both bins.
    6. Time your larger garden clean-ups with the bulk, greenwaste, verge, collection your area. 
    7. Use the CoC Trailer Passes to deliver the material to Henderson Waste Recovery Park. 

    Question 2:
    There is an existing footpath and on road cycle line along Berrigan Drive. The missing link on the south site of road between #50 Berrigan Dr and Colgrave Mews will be listed as a high priority for investigation and consideration during the 2019/20 financial year budget deliberation. This project will be assessed against other budget requests, requirements and priorities having regarded to budget funding limitations and once a determination is made, residents  will be advised of the outcome.

  • Will some of this be used for Traffic slowing / redirection on Healy Road? There has been increasing high speed traffic traveling down Healy road from Rockingham Rd as they try to short cut and bypass more purpose build high volume roads. This high speed traffic is dangerous, and recently there has been near misses for children / pedestrians and, unfortunately, some pets have been already been killed. Residents want the road to be safe for local traffic. It would be important to maintain local non car traffic and to enhance the community connection. Would some funds be used in traffic slowing? Would the council close the road off from traffic turning on to Healy from rockingham?

    Emma-Leigh asked 2 months ago

    There is not any proposal by the Council to close Healy Road. For your information, traffic data collected on Healy Rd when the City conducted a traffic survey in February 2019, the average weekday traffic was recorded 860 vehicles and the 85th percentile speed (refers to a speed at or below which 85% of the traffic is travelling at that location) was recorded as 57km/hr, which is less than 10km/h over the speed limit, and the average speed as 47km/h.

    The City will continue monitoring the speed behaviour within this road and undertake the appropriate actions to reduce speeding if appropriate.

  • Lyon Road Gibbs road Aubin Grove . Bush forever site is this ever going to be cleared up of all the road building debris concrete kerbs and rubbish that was left on the raised embankment on the bush side not visible from road. Is this ever going to be replanted rehabilitated with native plants. Is the footpath ever going to be completed been nearly a year now.

    Lara Sands asked 2 months ago

    The City has an ongoing rehabilitation program for its bushland reserves in accordance with the Natural Area Management strategy.

    The reason for a delay in footpath construction is high water level which is significant around this area. All possible sites for the footpath construction have been completed now.  

  • There has been increasing high speed traffic traveling down Healy road from Rockingham Rd as they try to short cut and bypass more purpose build high volume roads. This high speed traffic is dangerous, and recently there has been near misses for children / pedestrians and, unfortunately, some pets have been already been killed. Residents want the road to be safe for local traffic. It would be important to maintain local non car traffic and to enhance the community connection. Would some funds be used in traffic slowing? Would the council close the road off from traffic turning on to Healy from rockingham?

    Emma-Leigh asked 2 months ago

    There is not any proposal by the Council to close Healy Road. For your information, traffic data collected on Healy Rd when the City conducted a traffic survey in February 2019, the average weekday traffic was recorded 860 vehicles and the 85th percentile speed (refers to a speed at or below which 85% of the traffic is travelling at that location) was recorded as 57km/hr, which is less than 10km/h over the speed limit, and the average speed as 47km/h.

    The city will continue monitoring the speed behaviour within this road and undertake the appropriate actions to reduce speeding.


  • With the context of residential zoning reform well under way or completed in large existing suburbs like Hamilton Hill, Coolbellup and Spearwood. When will the council dedicate funds to developing appropriate infill policy to promote good construction, revitalise the community and have some architectural merit? The current lack of quality urban infill is creating an area of social disadvantage for the next generation. Much more needs to be done to promote advancement of these suburbs and in turn the council will benefit from the reduced crime, greater sense of belonging and wealth brought into the community.

    DevoWA asked 2 months ago

    The City has undertaken suburb specific revitalisation strategies since 2009. These strategies consider opportunities for greater housing diversity alongside the necessary upgrades to accommodate population and housing growth. Our strategies to date (Phoenix, Hamilton Hill, Coolbellup and the Lakes) include recommendations for streetscape and park upgrades and in certain instances recommendations for local centres. Recommendations also include necessary infrastructure upgrades including underground power, better cycle ways and footpaths for example. A number of the recommendations in our strategies have been delivered. Further details on completed projects can be found on our revitalisation strategy webpages - https://www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/Building-and-Development/Town-Planning-and-Development/Suburb-Revitalisation

    The City also recognises the importance of reviewing policy to guide infill development and as a result as each subsequent strategy is prepared the City has developed and further amended the City’s Local Planning Policy 1.2 Residential Design. This policy seeks to promote quality design of dwellings and lots. The City is very excited however that as of last week the State Governments Design WA suite of policies became operational including a State Planning Policy 7 – Design of the Built Environment which sets 10 principles to establish a definition of good design to inform the review of decision making processes in the built environment. The suite also includes a new set of policy requirements for multiple dwellings. Further information can be found here - https://www.dplh.wa.gov.au/designwa

    Recognising policy is only one influencing element of built form outcomes the City also acknowledges there is a leadership role to play to encourage greater housing diversity within our suburbs that reflect the needs of our current and future residents. Working towards this objective the City is undertaking the ‘My Best Home’ project with residents 50+. The “My Best Home” project aims to build on the success of the revitalisation strategies by undertaking a further level of research to understand and promote the housing needs of people aged 50+. This is important to our oldest, most established suburbs of which will continue to see a significant increase of older households in the future. Further information can be found here - www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/mybesthome

    The City can be somewhat limited in influencing home owners how to construct particularly when it comes to materials and some specific design elements however the City is committed to further explore how we can promote good design both through our local planning framework and also through targeted research and community engagement projects such as the My Best Home project.

  • As a resident of the Gorgoteo part of Banjup, I would request our streets be improved -- better lighting pedestrian walkways cycle paths and improved streetscape.

    deanie asked 2 months ago

    The City continues to invest in streetscapes in accordance with the road hierarchy identified in the Public Open Space Strategy, which has been allocated $220k funding in the 2019-20 budget. 

    The City also has an annual street tree planting program which has been allocated $300k funding in the 2019-20 budget.  


  • $7 million to Wetlands/Native Arc/BL Scouts but only minor mention and allocation of funds to Scouts. Only mention is Scout shed relocation resulting in loss of leased area from council. Scouts have to move shed, lose peppercorn leased street front land, pushed to rear of area and still pay rent for hall for eacn night used to Wetlands centre. A bit more consideration, equity and fairness for the current and future needs of this youth organisation that has been going for 50 years as well as the needs of the other members of the precinct would be good.

    mandymanson77 asked 2 months ago

    The City is working with the key stakeholders of the precinct, including the scouts, to deliver the project objectives identified in the Developer Contribution Plan (DCP13). Each stakeholder, including the scouts, is aware of the project goals and the funding available.


  • Apium Mews/Mayor Rd: when will anything be done to ensure safety for people and children using the pathways around the Lakes? Crossing the road is dangerous and walking on the footpath on Mayor Rd is is bizarre. There isn't even any kerbing to protect people as the footpath is at road level. You can't continue around Apium Mews side of the lake as there isn't any footpath. You have to cross Mayor Rd at one point, risk the path for 50m and then cross again to continue on.....I thought this was on the Agenda for 2019 from previous emails?

    Maureen1/27 asked about 2 months ago

    The City’s Vision and objectives are to provide an efficient and high connected movement network for pedestrians and cyclists that is safe and efficient. Each financial year the Council approved more than $2M for renewal of existing and construction new footpath links. I can confirm that  this footpath/site will be listed as a high priority for investigation and consideration during the 2019/20 financial year budget deliberation. 

    This project will be assessed against other budget requests, requirements and priorities having regarded to budget funding limitations and once a determination is made, residents  will be advised of the outcome.


  • Is money being put toward the development and protection of the Cockburn wildlife corridor?

    Emma-Leigh asked about 2 months ago

    The Cockburn Wildlife Corridor is not an identified program or project residing within the City’s various strategies. The corridor program is being led by the community and is an aspirational vision for the rehabilitating the area of land which incorporates the Roe 8 & Roe 9 land allotments and other parcels of land west of Cockburn Rd. 

    The City is currently delivering the Roe 8 rehabilitation of the land reserve project on behalf of and being funded by Main Roads, with  $1.45m for these works included in the 2019-20 budget.


  • Please can you renovate and repair the South Lake Leisure Centre. It would be great to see it open again. Thanks

    Werner asked 2 months ago

    The South Lake Leisure Centre building is no longer in the possession of the City, having been transferred to the Department of Education as it sat on their land. It is now being used for Lakeland Senior High School’s purposes. 

    The recreational and aquatic activities previously delivered to the community from this former centre are now being provided at a higher level of amenity from the City’s new state of the art complex in Cockburn Central - Cockburn ARC. 

  • Why is Port Coogee receiving 200k for CCTV cameras and extra patrols when they have the 2nd lowest crime rate in Cockburn?

    Phoenix asked about 2 months ago

    The CCTV works had already been planned by the City, with $200k in funding for Port Coogee included in the City’s Community Safety & CCTV Strategy 2017-2022. The Port Coogee Community Association (PCCA) submitted this item as their number 1 priority in their community submission for the 2019-20 annual budget. However, there is no plan to increase security patrols at Port Coogee in 2019-20, as also requested by PCCA.  

    Port Coogee Community Association budget submission extract:

    Following broad consultation with community in 2018 at two publicly held workshops, and community meetings of the Port Coogee Community Association representing residents, businesses and the community has determined that safety and security in the area is the most significant issue for community wellbeing and of the utmost urgency and priority.

    There has been a significant increase in criminal activity and incidents of theft, break-ins, burglaries and anti-social behaviour in the area that affects the entire community, as evidenced by those incidents regularly posted by residents on the Port Coogee Neighbours Facebook page. Detection of crime continues to be difficult for Police due to the transient nature of criminals coming into the estate in the early hours of the morning, committing crimes, and then swiftly leaving by means of 6 routes including via water from the marina. The quality of existing CCTV is reported as very poor.

  • 1. How much is going to be spent on regenerative environmental solutions - Restoration of remnant bush-land on the coast (from Clontarf Hill to Manning Park), restoration and protection of Banjup Scrub? 2. How much is to be invested in increased non-road based public transport to reduce traffic / cars in residential areas? 3. There was discussion around underground power for WEST Hamilton Hill - when is this due to occur? 4. Fremantle has the 'Freo Solution' to subdivision - is Cockburn investing in similar to prevent loss of suburban canopy and enhance community engagement and cohesion? 5. What is the target for increased suburban Tree canopy in this budget? 6. What is council doing about transition to green energy? 7. What is the council doing to improve rainwater and grey water harvesting in residential areas?

    Emma-Leigh asked 2 months ago

    1. The City is committed to revegetating a minimum of 2.5 hectares of bushland each year. There are plans to undertake revegetation in C. Y. O’Connor reserve (coast) and Manning Park next year. The Manning Park Master Plan identifies $950,000 for extensive revegetation projects commencing in 2023/24.  Clontarf Hill is not within the City of Cockburn and is jointly managed by Main Roads and the City of Fremantle.  The City has numerous reserves in the Banjup area and allocates funds in the reserves for maintenance and protection. The City also offers grants to landowners to help them protect remnant bushland on their properties.

    2. The City has included the following bike path projects in the draft 2019-20 budget:

    • Bike Plan (Department of Transport grant with 50% co-funding from Cockburn)
    • BP pipeline easement between Carrington St & Interim St, Hamilton Hill $310k (2020/21 $60k to complete)
    • Coleville Crescent, Spearwood $40k for design (2020/21 $458k for construction)
    • The City has also funded another $1.1m for footpath construction. All the paths can be used for walking or riding and are therefore increasing non-road based public transport and reducing traffic/cars in residential areas
    • Additional paths are being included in the design of major projects such as Armadale Road (MRWA), Freeway North Principal Shared Path upgrade, Jandakot Road and other projects.

    3. There is no current approved plan to underground power in west Hamilton Hill. Every 3-4 years, the State Government invites local governments to apply for funding for a new round of State Underground Power Program (SUPP) projects. For Round 6 in late 2015, the City submitted several areas for consideration including Coolbellup, Spearwood, Hamilton Hill, Yangebup, South Lake and Bibra Lake areas.

    After consideration of a total of 87 submissions from 21 Councils, the Office of Energy, with assistance from Western Power, chose 10 areas including South Lake East and this was announced by the Minister for Energy in March 2017. The criteria considered in selecting the 10 areas included their reliability levels, other network factors, any cost escalators in each area and the willingness of ratepayers to contribute to the costs.

    The State Underground Power Program (SUPP) is managed by the Public Utilities Office (formerly the Office of Energy) and each project is constructed as a partnership between the State Government (through the Public Utilities Office), Western Power and the relevant Local Government (LG). The City will look to include Hamilton Hill in the next round of funding applications.

    5. The City’s Urban Forest Plan 2018 -2028 sets a vision to create a healthy, rich and diverse urban forest that reduces urban heat, improves air quality and walkability, promotes active healthy lifestyles of residents, increases biodiversity and invests in public open space and streetscapes. The plan identifies 6 key objectives to be delivered over the life of the plan. Objective 4 – Increase canopy cover across the public realm (not private land holdings) has an action item to establish a ‘theoretical maximum canopy size’ from the base line data and set targets for achieving this canopy cover. This action is predicated on the appointment of an Urban Forest Officer, however this position does not form part of the City staff establishment levels for 2019/2020 and therefore will not able to be implemented.

    6. In 2013 the City set a target to generate 20% of electricity for Council buildings from renewable energy.  Currently, the City has 17 PV systems installed across its facilities. The City has made a commitment to install Solar PV at all new buildings and recreational facilities.  Currently 24% of the City’s electricity for Council buildings is generated from renewable energy (over 2 million units of energy per annum). The 1MW solar PV system at the ARC is the largest rooftop solar PV system in WA and produces an estimated 1,150 MWh of renewable energy each year and generates up to 30% of the ARC’s annual power usage, offsetting approx. 1,170 tonnes CO2e per annum. The Arc also has a geothermal system for pool heating.  Further planning is underway to further reduce the City’s carbon emissions and produce more clean energy from Council owned facilities.

    7. The City has a webpage dedicated to sustainable living for buyers which outlines a number of key areas to be considered when building. See https://www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/Waste-and-Environment/Sustainability-and-Conservation/Sustainable-Living-for-Buyers

    Approved Greywater systems to take laundry wastewater from domestic premises were introduced around 2007. Between 2007 and 2014 the City has approved 15 systems and we have waived all administration fees in an effort to support applicants. Since 2014 there have been no applications largely because it is very difficult to fit greywater systems on the smaller lots that are commonly developed today. There are guidelines for Grey water systems that need to be adhered to, as poorly designed systems can cause a nuisance and potential public health issues.

    Department of Health link to the subject is here: https://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Articles/F_I/Greywater

    Rainwater tanks on premises that are connected to scheme water cannot be used for drinking water because this is not permitted by the plumbing regulations due to public health concerns. Rainwater tanks do not require any approval from the City unless they are especially big, but these are very uncommon because of the cost and the fact that most homes developed today only have small gardens needing little water. Smaller rainwater tanks are available from hardware stores and the City is not actively promoting these because this role is being adequately filled by the Water Corporation.

  • Will any of the parks in Aubin Grove include a basketball court? Can I get more detail on the Gaebler road traffic calming please? I think a pathway from Gaebler and along Beenyup Road meeting with Gibbs would be more beneficial. There are plenty of people running along the road. Thanks Sam

    Sam1585 asked 2 months ago

    It is intended that a half-court basketball court will be included with the upgrades to Radiata Park, Aubin Grove (Carribean Turn and Radiate Promenade).


  • Has any $ been allocated for traffic calming for Bibra Drive and Hope Road West? The public golf course at Bibra Lake has been allocated a lot for upkeep. Why?

    Joh asked 2 months ago

    There is no mention of an allocation for upkeep of a public golf course at Bibra Lake in either the draft capital budget or annual business plan advertised on Comment on Cockburn. The City does maintain a practice driving range at Bibra Lake Reserve as it does all other public reserves within the City under its control. 

  • Please can you advise when the telegraph poles will go underground for King St Coogee?

    joeandjulie asked 2 months ago

    Every 3-4 years, the State Government invites local governments to apply for funding for a new round of State Underground Power Program (SUPP) projects. Under the program criteria, there is no option for submitting a project for a single road.

    For Round 6 in late 2015, the City submitted several areas for consideration including Coolbellup, Spearwood, Hamilton Hill, Yangebup, South Lake and Bibra Lake areas. After consideration of a total of 87 submissions from 21 Councils, the Office of Energy, with assistance from Western Power, chose 10 areas including South Lake East and this was announced by the Minister for Energy in March 2017. The criteria considered in selecting the 10 areas included their reliability levels, other network factors, any cost escalators in each area and the willingness of ratepayers to contribute to the costs.

    The State Underground Power Program (SUPP) is managed by the Public Utilities Office (formerly the Office of Energy) and each project is constructed as a partnership between the State Government (through the Public Utilities Office), Western Power and the relevant Local Government (LG). The poles and wires are assets belonging to Western Power, over which the City has no jurisdiction.

    The City is not aware of any plan by Western Power to remove the poles and wires in King Street Coogee.


  • Seems not a lot of money is going into Coolbellup compared to other areas. As a developing area, there’s a lot more needed than minor refurbs to a couple of buildings and a drinking fountain.

    CaitlinQ asked 2 months ago

    In addition to the minor building refurbishments and drink fountain, there is also $60,000 for Tempest Park upgrade, $20,000 for wayfinding signage and another $20,000 for a water efficiency project (sustainable sump on Doherty Reserve). Whilst these are not significant projects in the 2019-20 budget, the City has provided $500,000 of specific funding for the Coolbellup Revitalisation Strategy. These funds will be quarantined in a Reserve account until they are needed for future projects.

    It is worth highlighting the City’s recently adopted Community, Sport and Recreation Facilities Plan, which includes $750,000 for a major upgrade to Tempest Park in 2024-25 and $1,100,000 for Coolbellup community facilities upgrades in 2030-31 (Master plan for both Len Packham Clubrooms and Coolbellup Community Hub).

    The City is also upgrading the playground near the hub and skatepark.

  • Some ideas related to use of our rates. Less wastage rates payed for less waste produced. Money/help/incentives for Gateways to start recycling bins/program in the shopping centre!

    deanie asked 2 months ago

    Your suggestion has been passed on to our Waste Education Officer for followup.

  • Hi City Council Team, Just wonder if there is any chance of budget provision in 2019-2020 for floodlights for the sports field at the corner of Clementine Blvd and Sapphire Drive in Calleya Treeby? Thanks

    MY168 asked 2 months ago

    Floodlights? The City has allocated $300,000 to complete the installation of lighting at the reserve. This is likely to be completed by the end of 2019.

  • Can you make a heat map of where the capital works money is being spent? Is there any money for service improvements processes? What money is being spent on positive ageing initiatives? What money is being spent on smart city infrastructure? Great to see money being spent on playgrounds, bike paths and wetlands centre.

    LachlanClyne asked 2 months ago

    In regard to positive ageing you can find out more here

  • The City is currently conducted a local traffic study in Banjup. What provision has been made for any traffic calming measures that might be recommended within the "Traffic calming (9 projects) $0.785m" budget line?

    Banjup asked 2 months ago

    I hope you have a chance to attend the Banjup traffic meeting on this topic.

  • 1. What is the council doing to improve recycling options in the area?

    Emma-Leigh asked 2 months ago

    Great question. Find out more here

  • Hi just wondering if Sawle Road footpath is in this budget? Thanks,

    Hamilton Hill Resident asked 2 months ago

    Thank you, I will find out for you