Water Corporation work on Flinders Street, Yokine, 16-31 January. Traffic down to two lanes between Daley St and Wiluna St. Please allow extra time for travel or seek alternate route. For enquiries visit the Water Corporation website or call 13 13 85.
Welcome to the City's online project and engagement hub where you can participate in the decisions, and keep up to date on projects, plans and initiatives that shape the future of our city.
By simply being part of the conversation and having your say, you can help shape the City’s future! That way, we can work together to deliver projects, events, services and improvements and bring you along for the journey of the project.
You can provide feedback and stay updated on projects, such as:
To find out more on the City's engagement framework and policy, please visit the Community improvement initiatives page.
A Coastal Hazard Risk Management and Adaptation Plan (CHRMAP) is a long-term plan that will identify what assets along the coast are the most important to you to be protected and how we will manage our coast now and into the future.
A comprehensive review of the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.4 Child Care Premises.
The City, in partnership with the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, is seeking your feedback to plan for future mountain bike trails
Main Roads WA are closing Hector Street and McDonald Street access to the Hutton Street on-ramp.
The City is trialling the partial closure of The Esplanade for vehicle access from Scarborough Beach Road and Manning Street on Sunday and Thursday evenings from 4.00pm and during events as required, to enhance pedestrian safety during peak activity periods.
The City received a fantastic response from the community to our eScooter survey and the information received from all participants will be included in a report to Council when they consider the future of the eScooter trial.
At the request of the local community, the City has developed a plan for landscape improvements to the car park at the corner of Main and Hutton St, Osborne Park. The improvements will create a local hub for community groups and provide some green relief.
The Jackadder Lake Reserve Landscape Plan balances future recreational needs of the community, with the conservation needs of the lake.
The City is preparing to transfer planning control of the Scarborough Redevelopment Area to the City of Stirling.
The build phase project commences August 2023.
The City is seeking your feedback to determine the need for additional public toilets at Yokine Regional Open Space.
Local Planning Policy 6.12 guides the provision of public art as a means of complementing the impacts of urban intensification by improving the appearance and amenity of places.
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