Pay your infringement online
Please be advised credit card payments incur a .046% surcharge.
Follow the prompts to pay your account online here.
Payment can be made anytime by Visa or Mastercard by telephoning (08) 9257 9999.
Return a copy of the Infringement along with a cheque or money order made out to: City of Kalamunda and post to PO Box 42, KALAMUNDA WA 6926
Please keep in mind the potential for postal delays when paying by post – if not posted early enough, additional fees may have been added by the time payment is received.
Payment can be made by cash, cheque, debit card, Master Card or Visa. Present infringement to the cashier at:
Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.00pm, CLOSED public holidays
Please be aware that if the infringement is not paid on or prior to the due date, additional costs will be incurred if any further notices are issued.
Please read through the information provided including the non-appealable grounds before appealing an Infringement Notice.
If you have received an infringement notice, you have the right to appeal. Your appeal must be in writing and should be submitted by completing the relevant Infringement Appeal Form:
Send your application via:
Appeals will not be accepted by phone.
An appeal must be lodged and received within 21 days from the issue date of the infringement for a Bush Fire Infringement or within 28 days for a Parking or Dog/Cat Infringement.
Please retain a copy for your own records. Appeals can only be submitted once.
Infringements are placed on hold once an appeal has been received to prevent further fees being applied during the review process. All appeals are lodged and processed through an appeal administration system. A letter of response advising the outcome
of the appeal will be forwarded to you. An appeal result can take up to 14 days once all relevant documentation has been received.
The issuing of an infringement notice for an alleged offence allows the recipient of the infringement notice to accept responsibility for an offence by paying a prescribed modified penalty for that offence, rather than facing potential prosecution where a high maximum penalty and court costs may apply. For example, the modified penalty for failing to register a dog is $200, whereas the maximum penalty for the same offence is $5,000.
You may elect to have the offence heard and determined by a Court by making an application in writing, quoting the infringement number, your full name, address, phone number and email address to:
On receipt of such a nomination, the City will make arrangements for the matter to be heard in the Magistrates’ Court. Be aware that if a matter is elected to be heard by a Court a prosecution notice will be issued without any prior or further advice and additional costs may be incurred.
NOTE: By nominating to have a matter heard in Court, the modified penalty issued for the offence will be cancelled immediately.
If you take no action regarding the infringement, the City will be required to register it with the Fines Enforcement Registry.
This will result in you incurring additional costs and your driver’s license and/or vehicle license may be suspended.
For more information, please call the City of Kalamunda Community Safety Team during office hours on (08) 9257 9999.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.