Welcome to the City's online engagement hub where you can participate in the decisions that affect you, and be kept up to date on the projects, plans and initiatives that are shaping the future of our city.
Your say is important to us and we want to know what you think. That way, we can work together to deliver projects, events, services and improvements. By simply being part of the conversation and having your say, you can help shape the City’s future!
You can provide feedback to the City on topics such as:
For more information, please visit the Community improvement initiatives page.
The City of Stirling has been seeking feedback about how we can better plan and provide services in our Community Hubs that meet the needs and aspirations of the local community and encourages people to use the facilities.
We have been seeking input from the community for the City's first Public Art Masterplan. The Masterplan will help to identify appropriate types and locations for future public art commissions within the City’s collection.
Council has adopted to introduce a new variable speed on Beaufort Street, Central Avenue to Crawford Road, Inglewood.
The City would like your feedback on the reviewed and updated Meeting Procedures Local Law.
Have your say about developing a community food garden in an unused area next to the tennis courts in Charles Riley Memorial Reserve, North Beach.
Have Your Say about developing a community food garden at Keith Clarke Reserve in Balcatta.
The City is seeking questions and comments on the two proposed urban road safety projects in Joondanna and Osborne Park.
The City is seeking comments on proposed amendments to Local Planning Policy 6.4 - Child Day Care Centres
The City is seeking your feedback on the location of a beginner bike trail at Newborough Rainer Reserve, Karrinyup.
331 West Coast Drive - Development Assessment Panel (Form 1) - Mixed Use Development - Six (6) Multiple Dwellings & One (1) Commercial Tenancy. The City is not the decision maker for this development.
An application has been lodged to build three residential buildings at Karrinyup Shopping Centre as part of the overall redevelopment plans. The City is not the decision maker for this development.
The City is asking for your comments on minor changes to the City’s Local Planning Scheme No.3.
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