A monthly column written by our City Mayor, John Giardina.
Published on 31 August 2018
Spring is here and there is more than beautiful weather to celebrate.The annual Perth Hills Spring Festival will kick off next month, showcasing our unique hills region in all its glory.
Published on 2 July 2018
Last week, Council adopted the 2018/2019 Budget and Long Term Financial Plan. Early adoption of the Budget will enable the City to commence the $25 million capital works program we have planned for our community.
Published on 27 April 2018
One of the City of Kalamunda’s key objectives is to build a connected community. Developing and enhancing active and empowered citizens and increasing volunteering is a positive way of connecting people who can significantly contribute to the cohesiveness and well-being ofcommunities. Council adopted the Kalamunda Connected - Creating Active Citizens Plan 2018/2020 at the Ordinary Council Meeting on April 24 2018 to help build community capacity andinrease volunteering in the City.
Published on 20 March 2018
We are fortunate to live in a diverse and inclusive community here in the City of Kalamunda. It’s been wonderful to see the community come together to celebrate these core values at some of our recent key events.
Published on 5 February 2018
As a new Council we are excited and looking forward to working with the community to fulfill expectations and achieve goals, further improving access and opportunities within the City ofKalamunda.
Published on 27 November 2017
The City of Kalamunda welcomes a new Mayor, Cr John Giardina.
Published on 7 August 2017
Perhaps one of the most significant questions we grapple with as a Local Government is, what makes a place more liveable? My take on liveability is one of connectedness
Published on 3 July 2017
It has been a historic week for our local government, with the Governors Orders being issued to designate a change in status to the City of Kalamunda, which took effect on Saturday.
Published on 10 May 2017
One of our most loved historical artefacts, the Kalamunda History Village locomotive, has stood since October last year, shrink wrapped, following an asbestos finding.
Published on 29 March 2017
I am sure you haven’t missed the fact that there has been a change of government. In fact within the boundaries of the Shire of Kalamunda, all of our local members have changed
Published on 20 February 2017
Change is inevitable, change is constant. In my lifetime, we have seen incredible technological growth profoundly impacting our everyday lives.
Published on 23 January 2017
It is a little known fact that of the 139 local governments in Western Australia, the Kalamunda Shire is the 13th largest.
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