Major Projects

Major Projects

This section has been designed to keep residents informed of major projects happening within the Shire. This allows residents to:

  • Know what is going on in their neighbourhood;
  • Allow a central location for projects to viewed;
  • Time to review and comment on upcoming projects which may affect your area

Below is a listing of curent projects ongoing in the Shire. Please click on the relevant project to view more information on it.

The City will be consulting with community, to establish ‘levels of service’ to guide the ongoing management of assets, starting with roads, drainage and footpaths. Levels of service identify the current and desired condition of assets.

The Bicycle Plan proposes cycling infrastructure grouped by dedicated Principal Shared Paths, strategic routes, local routes, training routes, and Safe Active Streets. The Bicycle Plan also proposes education and awareness programs to support the delivery of infrastructure and encourage the community to ride bicycles.

Maida Vale Reserve is an important asset for the community. The City of Kalamunda is investigating how best to make use of the precinct to accommodate a range of sporting and community uses in ways that recognise its value as a community asset and, at the same time, as a local centre for participation in sport, community and leisure activities, along with the established environmental area. Consultancy company, ABV Leisure Services Consultancy has been appointed by the City to prepare the master plan, and undertake community consultation.

The City of Kalamunda wants to know your vision for Cambridge Street Reserve, with the goal being to provide a safe, accessible and improved open space that retains the integrity of the Reserve’s natural vegetation.

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 Shire of Kalamunda will undertake remedial works and testing in the week starting 22 August 2016 at Alan Anderson Park in Walliston

Part of the Cell Nine Works project - construction of a new pedestrian bridge across Woodlupine Brook near the intersection of Thorogood Avenue and The Promenade will start in 2017.

The Redevelopment will involve upgrading playground, construction of Lawn Bowls Shed, viewing area of Reid Oval, construction of soccer goal storage, upgrading floodlighting at Rugby Ground.

Forrestfield-Airport Link will connect Forrestfield to the city with a new train line. It will open up the eastern suburbs to the rail network for the first time and give Perth Airport users a five-minute faster option than by car.

Air monitoring has been conducted with seven stations monitored before the emu-pick and 12 stations monitored during the emu-pick. The results indicated the official outcome of 'no cause for concern' for respirable fibres (including asbestos) both before and during the site works...Observation and validation is ongoing

Part of the Cell Nine Works project - turning the drain along the Woodlupine Brook into a living stream.

As part of the implementation of various facilities to the Cell Nine area (Wattle Grove)

relates to areas - Town Centre Improvement Plans, Forrestfield/High Wycombe Industrial Area, Forrestfield District Centre Structure Plan, Wattle Grove Village Centre, Hills Rural Study

The $1 billion national priority project (jointly funded by the Australian and WA Governments) will create landmark road infrastructure around the Perth Airport and the freight and industrial hubs of Kewdale and Forrestfield.

Retain, Reuse, Reduce! As pressures on our water resources increase, and systems become fully allocated, new strategies are being developed to supplement natural groundwater resources and increase water availability.

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