Accessibility and inclusion
The City of Stirling has implemented the Access and Inclusion Plan 2006–2010 and ‘Your Welcome’ project to ensure
that everyone living in or visiting the City can access the facilities and services we provide. Find out more about facilities for the elderly, people with disabilities and parents.
Community profile and statistics
This page provides general statistics about the City of Stirling. Access to more detailed economic, community and population profiles and statistics is also available here.
Find out everything you need to know about the City of Stirling Council, including our Mayor, Ward and Councillors. Information on elections, policies, local laws, rates, jobs, tenders and community consultation are also provided here.
Sometimes there are better ways of getting around other than in a car. The City of Stirling’s TravelSmart program can help you to walk, cycle or catch public transport around our beautiful City more often. Find out more about cycling, walking and using public transport.
The City of Stirling is ‘a preferred employer’ committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment. Vacancies are advertised in the West Australian. Find out more about working with us.
Local history and museum
Find out about the history of the City of Stirling including historical photographs, historical studies, and stories. Find out how you can purchase photographs, and submit your own historical story. Information about the Mt Flora museum is also available here.
The Council of the City of Stirling consists of the 14 elected Councillors sitting as one body, with the Mayor as Chairperson. Council is the policy and decision making body for the City, and meets at 7.00pm on the first and third Tuesday of every month. The Chief Executive Officer and the Directors of the Business Units also attend Council meetings to assist the Councillors with information as required.
Go to Meetings
Please see the following news articles for things that are happeing around the City.
Policies and local laws
This section contains information about new and existing City of Stirling Council policies and Local Laws, especially with regard to parking.
Learn more about the history, residential and community development, and significant landmarks of the City of Stirling’s 29 suburbs. Access to community profile is also available here.
Volunteers are a vital link in the provision of essential services for frail aged people and residents with disabilities within the City of Stirling. Find out about volunteering programs and how to get involved.
Go to Volunteering
At the City of Stirling our ongoing commitment is to successfully deliver our services with a strong focus on you, our customer. We need your assistance to ensure we achieve Continuous Improvement and ask you to contact us with your feedback.