The City of Stirling strives to build a sustainable future for the community, protecting and improving the environment by using natural resources wisely, reducing the impact of our activities on the environment and protecting wildlife and natural habitats.
For more information on the City's sustainability projects, please see the environmental projects page.
Gold Waterwise Council
The City was recently awarded gold waterwise status at the Water Corporation’s Waterwise Awards.
This award recognises our innovative water efficiency initiatives and successful delivery of our Central Irrigation Management System (CIMS).
Learn more about the Waterwise Council Program here.
Balloons - don't let them go!
When helium balloons are released into the sky they eventually freeze and shatter, falling back to earth as litter.
These leftover peices often land in the ocean and look like jellyfish or squid - a favourite food of many fish, whales, turtles and seabirds. Even balloons labelled as 'biodegradable' can take between one to four years to degrade, leaving plenty of time for them to be eaten or to entangle wildlife.
The City of Stirling asks people to not release helium balloons at our reserves and facilities. Please help us to keep our City's sky and sea litter-free and safe for all animals.
For more information, view the helium balloon fact sheet here.
Free climate clever homes app
The City is now offering free 12 month subscriptions to the Climate Clever Homes App for the first 100 residents. Learn some easy tips to reduce your overall energy consumption to save money, and track your emissions annually. You'll also learn some longer-term actions to start planning for the future.
To learm more about the offer, click here.
For information on volunteering with sustainability groups, please visit the volunteering page.