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City of Kalamunda Students keen to Adopt-a-Patch

Published on 4 September 2019

The City of Kalamunda has continued to prove its environmental credentials with its newest program engaging some of the City’s youngest and most passionate residents.

Top: Gooseberry Hills Primary School Bottom: Walliston Primary School

International Award for City of Kalamunda’s Engineering Excellence

Published on 2 September 2019

IPWEA has unveiled Australia and New Zealand’s most outstanding public works engineering projects and professionals. The City of Kalamunda’s Hartfield Park Sporting Reserve Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) scheme has continued its dream award run taking out winning position at the National level for Excellence in Water Project at the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) 2019 Awards for Excellence in Hobart this week.

Dan Nelson receiving Excellence in Water Project at the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) 2019 Awards for Excellence

Alan Anderson Park Is Now Open

Published on 30 August 2019

The City of Kalamunda’s Alan Anderson Park, located on Lawnbrook Road East in Walliston, has officially reopened after extensive rehabilitation. Mayor John Giardina said the fence surrounding the park had been removed allowing community full access to the previously restricted area.

Alan Anderson Park - Playground

City seeking feedback on verge maintenance

Published on 28 August 2019

The City of Kalamunda is seeking community feedback on its annual verge maintenance service.The City has had some feedback from some residents that we need to do more on our verges. We have listened and we are now asking everyone what they think about verges.

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Advisory Committees Nominations Open

Published on 3 September 2019

The City are seeking nominations from community for seven (7) of their Advisory Committees. These groups advice and make recommendations to Council on various matters. Nominations close at 5pm on Wednesday, 18th September 2019. Find more information via Engage.Kalamunda

Local Government Ordinary Elections: Call for Nominations

Published on 22 August 2019

An Ordinary Postal Election will be held on Saturday, 19 October 2019 in the City of Kalamunda. Nominations open Thursday, 5 September 2019. Nominations to be received by returning officer by 4:00 PM Thursday, 12 September 2019.

Pickering Brook and Surrounds Sustainability and Tourism Strategy

Published on 20 August 2019

The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage is inviting the local community to share thoughts and ideas to help inform a sustainability and tourism strategy for Pickering Brook and a significant portion of the Perth Hills, between Paulls Valley in the north and Roleystone in the south, within the cities of Kalamunda and Armadale.

Weed Control Works Underway

Published on 7 August 2019

The City of Kalamunda has commenced weed control works in our bush reserves. Weather permitting these works will vary and continue through to December.

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