Councillor Stephanie J Proud JP and Councillor Elizabeth Re represent the City of Stirling’s Doubleview Ward.

Doubleview Ward includes the suburbs of Churchlands, Doubleview*, Innaloo, Karrinyup*, Wembley, Wembley Downs and Woodlands. For further information pertaining to the Councillors contact details and to find out which Committees and Working Groups the Councillors are members of read below.

 * denotes suburbs that are located in multiple wards.

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Councillor Stephanie J Proud JP


Contact Details

Mobile: 0411 070 793


City of Stirling Councillor since: 2007

Term Expires: October 2019 

Councillor Stephanie J Proud has been a small business owner/operator since 1989 and has enjoyed a diverse administrative career path in small, medium and corporate business enterprises as well as the local government sector.

She has lived in the City of Stirling with her family since 1992 and represented the local community on various issues since 1998 through various community organisations, schools and local action and reference groups. Among these organisations are the Scarborough and Districts Progress Association Inc, Woodlands/Doubleview Progress Association Inc, Scarborough High Open Space Action Group, Coastal Area Aquatic Facility Community Reference Advisory Committee and the Pool on Site or Public Open Space Group (POS or POS).

Councillor Proud has been a past member of the Murdoch University Animal Ethics Committee and is currently a serving RACWA Councillor.

Councillor Proud is a strong advocate for community recreation - both passive and active pastimes, is a passionate supporter of the proposed Coastal Aquatic Facility and the development of skate and BMX sites City-wide. She was fundamental in the delivery of the outdoor exercise equipment installed around the beautiful Jackadder Lake in Woodlands and more recently at A.S. Luketina Reserve in Wembley Downs.

Councillor Proud is also interested in the preservation of public open space and the protection of the natural environment, sustainable and moderated residential development in accordance with Residential Guidelines and responsible financial management.

 Councillor Proud is acutely aware of road safety aspects with the population increase in WA and the need for appropriate infrastructure and community awareness.

Council Committees

Councillor Proud is a member of the following Committees:-

  • Chief Executive Officer Performance Review Committee
  • Planning and Development Committee (Deputy Presiding Member)

Other Committee/Advisory Group memberships

Councillor Proud is a member of the following external Committees and Advisory Groups:-

  • City of Stirling Crime Prevention Advisory Group
  • City of Stirling Road Safety Advisory Group (Chairperson)
  • North West Regional Road Sub Group
  • Mindarie Regional Council
  • Mindarie Regional Council - Audit Committee (Deputy Chairperson)
  • Western Australian Local Government Association - North Metropolitan Zone (Alternate Member)

Councillor Elizabeth Re


Contact Details

23 Hakea Road, Woodlands WA 6018

Telephone: (08) 9446 7136
Fax: (08) 99205 8822
Mobile: 0419 913 988


City of Stirling Councillor since: 2005

Term Expires: October 2021 

Councillor Elizabeth Re was born in Mount Lawley and has lived in the City of Stirling, in the suburb of Woodlands nearly all her life. She has actively contributed to the Stirling community for over 20 years in encouraging the creation of more footpaths, activities in parks and more sustainability practices within the City of Stirling. Councillor Re has worked for over 30 years for State and local governments in the areas of sustainability, environmental and public health.

Councillor Re has been involved in many local committees. She has been an office bearer on the Australian Local Government Women's Association in WA, the National Council of Women, as well as the founder of several local community organisations. She was the first woman appointed as a Health and Building Inspector in local government in Western Australia. Her advocacy on behalf of women and diversity in the workplace, in local government,  was recognised in 2010 and appointed as an Australian Ambassador for the Year of Women in Local Government. Councillor Re has special interests in sustainability, health, public transport and preservation of the environment and parks.

Council Committees

Councillor Re is a member of the following Council Committees:-

  • Chief Executive Officer Performance Review Committee

  • Community and Resources Committee

Other Committee/Advisory group memberships

Councillor Re is a member of the following external Committees:-

  • City of Stirling Local Emergency Management Committee
  • Metro North-West Joint Development Assessment Panel (Alternate Member)