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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.
We are seeking community feedback on the preferred option to improve road safety at the intersection of Central Avenue and Clifton Crescent.
The City would like to hear your feedback about the Okely Rd playground at Carine Regional Open Space
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.
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
The purpose of a Local Development Plan is to provide alternative site specific design control measures to those under the Residential Design Codes (R-Codes) for matters relating to urban design and the overall look of a built area.
The City is seeking your feedback on the importance of the Brighton Beach access track to the local neighbourhood and possible options for ongoing safe beach access.
The City of Stirling is working with the community to investigate engineering options to address ongoing coastal erosion at Mettams Pool.
The City is seeking questions and comments on the urban road safety project and proposed expanding the program to Westminster.
The City is seeking questions and comments on the installation of raised safety platforms within the Herdsman-Glendalough Precinct (south of Scarborough Beach Road) as part of the Urban Road Safety Project.
A comprehensive review of the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.4 Child Care Premises.
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.
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The City of Stirling acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land, the Wadjak people of the Nyoongar Nation, and pays respect to the Elders both past and present for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal Australia.