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Have Your Say on Local Environmental Strategy

Published on 11 April 2018

The City of Kalamunda is passionate about the local environment and quality environmental stewardship. To guide the first Local Environmental Strategy, the City is calling on the community to provide the foundations for the document.

Have Your Say - Local Environment Strategy - Engage Kalamuna

Kalamunda Hosts Free Biodiversity Workshop

Published on 10 April 2018

Celebrity presenter, Chris Ferreira, will join ecologists Mike and Mandy Bamford in an evening showcasing Kalamunda’s unique plants and animal life. The workshop will be held at the Kalamunda Agricultural Hall on Friday 20 April 2018.

Biodiversity Workshop: 20 April 2018

City Encourages All to Act Belong Commit

Published on 5 April 2018

The City of Kalamunda has jumped on board Mentally Healthy WA’s Act Belong Commit Campaign, to encourage the community to take action to protect and promote their own mental wellbeing.

Act - Belong - Commit

Have Your Say on Kalamunda Skate Park

Published on 5 April 2018

A petition from local youths to construct a new and improved skate park at Stirk Park has received over 150 signatures and the proposal will be put forward to community for comment. The petition said the area’s existing skate park (Kalamunda Skate Park) was not fit for purpose, given its location, poor condition and lack of facilities.

Kalamunda Skate Park
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Trees Saved on Welshpool Road

Published on 19 April 2018

Council has approved an Application to Amend Development Approval – Place of Worship – Lot 36 (831) Welshpool Road East, Wattle Grove from the St Peters Jacobite Syrian Church Perth Inc at a Special Council Meeting on 17 April 2018, with a series of conditions.

Notice of Meeting: Special Meeting of Council

Published on 19 April 2018

Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of Council will be held on Monday, 30 April 2018 commencing at 6.00pm.

Environmental Weed Control Planned For Jorgensen Park

Published on 19 April 2018

Please be advised that mechanical removal of large invasive weeds along the Spring Road Creek will be occurring at Jorgensen Park from Friday 20 April – Friday 27 April. Safety barriers will be in place, but please also follow the direction of workers on site to maintain a safe distance.

Building Maintenance Works:

Published on 17 April 2018

The City of Kalamunda will be undertaking maintenance works to the public toilets at the rear of Dome Café (off Canning Road, Kalamunda) between Wednesday 18 April and Friday 20 April 2018. Works will be undertaken between 7am and 6pm. The facility will be unavailable for use whilst works are underway.For the safety of workers and the public, two parking bays adjacent to the toilets will also be temporarily closed. Your patience and understanding is appreciated whilst these works are being carried out.

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