SKIP BINS: Online booking now available

Cleanaway Services now offer an online system to reserve your General and Green Waste skip bins.

City Status Request to Proceed

Following February's Ordinary Council Meeting, the Shire of Kalamunda is moving forward with plans to accurately reflect its population size following Council endorsement.

Friends Group

Committed volunteers are able to provide to the conservation & maintenance of natural environment .

FREE Information Sessions: Changing Bushfire Landscape

The Shire hosts 1-hour sessions throughout the year for community groups, street meets and functions.

Junior Sports @ Rec. Centre

Held throughout the year includes Sh'Bam, KindyGym, Music, Soccer, Squash

Register: Emergency Management SMS System

Allows residents to receive notifications of the latest bushfire information - one per household

Check DFES Emergency website for latest fire information including Burns & Fire Bans

Legal Parking and Access for Everyone

Published on 26 May 2017

The Shire of Kalamunda reminds residents to observe all parking restrictions and keep driveways and footpaths clear of obstacles to ensure they do not disadvantage community members who require ease of access. CEO Rhonda Hardy said, “Please consider others when parking your car.”

Fabulous Foothills Workshop

Published on 11 May 2017

Would you like to find out more about the good old days in the foothills? Please join us at the at the Forrestfield Library on Thursday 25 May 2017 for the Fabulous Foothills workshop from 2:00pm to 3:30pm as members of the Kalamunda and Districts Historical Society take us on a journey through history.

Community Planting Day Coming Near You

Published on 10 May 2017

Get involved in restoring your local bushland at one of our community planting days in Maida Vale or Gooseberry Hill during May 2017. Shire of Kalamunda Environmental Friends Groups invite community members to come and get their hands dirty and have some down-to-earth fun to help enhance local reserves.

Friends group

Go Native with Free Plants

Published on 10 May 2017

Planting native species is a great way to help preserve the environment while also saving water, and the Shire of Kalamunda encourages residents to make the most of this year’s free Plants for Residents Program. Held each winter, the Shire gives away free native seedlings to all residents. This year there will be two events for residents to choose from to collect free plants.

Plants for Residents Program
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Check DFES Emergency website for latest fire information including Burns & Fire Bans

Have Your Say: Local Planning Scheme No. 3 – Amendment 83

Published on 26 May 2017

The Shire of Kalamunda is seeking comment on proposed Local Planning Scheme No. 3 – Amendment 83. The proposed amendment brings the Shire’s Local Planning Scheme into alignment with the requirements of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015. The amendment removes obsolete provisions, rewords provisions to standard format, and reformats the entirety of the Local Planning Scheme to match the new Model Scheme Text.

Railway Heritage Trail

Published on 25 May 2017

Works from about Parke Street through to Elizabeth Street, Gooseberry Hill. Tree pruning works are being undertaken along the Railway Heritage Trail Reserve to reduce weedy shrubs and trees, while making way for the planting of new low-growing native shrubs in winter by the Friends of Railway Heritage Trail. These works are scheduled to continue approximately one week.

Have Your Say: Stirk Park Master Plan Final Concept Plan

Published on 25 May 2017

The Shire of Kalamunda is inviting residents to have their say on the Stirk Park Masterplan. The draft plan will provide a clear direction and to guide its sustainable development into the future.

Hazard Reduction Burn: Bickley, Lesmurdie and Helena Valley

Published on 18 May 2017

The Shire of Kalamunda Fire Crew are undertaking a Hazard Reduction burn today at the junction of Dodd and Walnut Road in Bickley, 22 Falls Rd, Lesmurdie. The crew will be on the sites for most of the day. DPAW are conducting a 150ha Hazard Reduction Burn in Victor Road, Helena Valley area on the border of Kalamunda and Mundaring shires. The burn is expected to produce a lot of smoke in the valley and may appear closer than it is for our Gosseberry Hill and Paulls Valley residents.

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