Draft Animal Management & Exercise Plan 2020-2025

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By 2024, there will be around 24,000 dogs and 20,000 cats in Cockburn. As our furry family grows, so does the need for clear objectives on driving responsible pet ownership and ensuring that facilities are appropriately accessible and equipped to manage the growing population of pets.

Using insight from the community, a draft Animal Management & Exercise Plan has been compiled. This plan is only a draft and needs your feedback and ideas for improvement. A finalised plan will be presented to Council for adoption in September.

The purpose of this draft plan is to:

  • Encourage responsible dog and cat ownership
  • Provide sufficient, safe spaces for pets, people and wildlife
  • Manage feral cats
  • Embrace digital technology initiatives in animal management

Understand the Plan

Reading iconRead the Fact Sheet on the draft Plan

Reading iconRead the draft Animal Management & Exercise Management Plan 2020-2025

Hard copies available at City of Cockburn Administration (9 Coleville Crescent, Spearwood) or any City of Cockburn Library.

Learn More

Facebook Live Event
Thursday 13 August, 5:30pm
facebook.com/CityOfCockburn


information iconListening Post
Cockburn Gateway Shopping City (near Australia Post)
Saturday 15 August, 8:30am - 5pm



Have Your Say

Comments close 5pm, Wednesday 26 August 2020

Comment form iconOnline Comment Form
Click here

Envelope IconWrite a Submission
comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au
City of Cockburn, P O Box 1215, Bibra Lake WA 6965


People IconPop-Ups
Radonich Park, Beeliar
Tuesday 11 August, 5pm - 6:30pm
Drop by at any time, you will find us in yellow vests



MacFaull Park, Spearwood
Wednesday 12 August, 5pm - 6:30pm
Drop by at any time, you will find us in yellow vests



Woodman Point Recreation Reserve, Coogee
Sunday 16 August, 7:30am - 10:30am
Drop by at any time, you will find us in yellow vests (near the Beach Kiosk)



By 2024, there will be around 24,000 dogs and 20,000 cats in Cockburn. As our furry family grows, so does the need for clear objectives on driving responsible pet ownership and ensuring that facilities are appropriately accessible and equipped to manage the growing population of pets.

Using insight from the community, a draft Animal Management & Exercise Plan has been compiled. This plan is only a draft and needs your feedback and ideas for improvement. A finalised plan will be presented to Council for adoption in September.

The purpose of this draft plan is to:

  • Encourage responsible dog and cat ownership
  • Provide sufficient, safe spaces for pets, people and wildlife
  • Manage feral cats
  • Embrace digital technology initiatives in animal management

Understand the Plan

Reading iconRead the Fact Sheet on the draft Plan

Reading iconRead the draft Animal Management & Exercise Management Plan 2020-2025

Hard copies available at City of Cockburn Administration (9 Coleville Crescent, Spearwood) or any City of Cockburn Library.

Learn More

Facebook Live Event
Thursday 13 August, 5:30pm
facebook.com/CityOfCockburn


information iconListening Post
Cockburn Gateway Shopping City (near Australia Post)
Saturday 15 August, 8:30am - 5pm



Have Your Say

Comments close 5pm, Wednesday 26 August 2020

Comment form iconOnline Comment Form
Click here

Envelope IconWrite a Submission
comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au
City of Cockburn, P O Box 1215, Bibra Lake WA 6965


People IconPop-Ups
Radonich Park, Beeliar
Tuesday 11 August, 5pm - 6:30pm
Drop by at any time, you will find us in yellow vests



MacFaull Park, Spearwood
Wednesday 12 August, 5pm - 6:30pm
Drop by at any time, you will find us in yellow vests



Woodman Point Recreation Reserve, Coogee
Sunday 16 August, 7:30am - 10:30am
Drop by at any time, you will find us in yellow vests (near the Beach Kiosk)