The City of Kalamunda is calling for comment to develop an Activity Centre Plan for the Kalamunda town centre.
Mayor John Giardina said, “The Kalamunda town centre is iconic. It has unique historical and locational qualities. The preparation of the Kalamunda Activity Centre Plan is critical to shaping the town centre’s future as a contemporary, attractive and functional centre for residents and visitors.”
“There will be several opportunities for business owners and community members to share their views.”
Activity centres (commonly known as city or town centres) are suburban centres that provide a focus area for services, employment, housing, entertainment, transport and social interaction.
The future and function of the Kalamunda town centre needs a successful combination of a clear vision along with practical implementation to enable its ongoing relevance whilst retaining its character and identity.
The City is calling on the community to get involved, visit our project team at the Kalamunda Pop Up Stall in Kalamunda Town Centre on 24 February 2018 and at the Kalamunda Farmers Market on 25 February 2018 or attend our visioning workshop at the Kalamunda Town Hall on 15 March 2018. RSVP is essential please call 9257 9999.
Interested community members are encouraged to have their say online at engage.kalamunda.wa.gov.au or write a submission to firstname.lastname@example.org, City of Kalamunda PO Box 42 WA 6296, or in person to your local library or the City of Kalamunda Administration. Comments close 30 March 2018.
A coffee and chat will be held for business owners who wish to go through their ideas with the City and its consultants.
Further information on our projects is available here alternatively, call 9257 9999.