News & Announcements

City of Kalamunda media releases and announcements listed below:

Analogue Clock
1 June 2021

Opening Hours: WA Day Public Holiday

Monday, 7 June 2021 - Some of our facilities have alternate operating hours.
Young boy wearing sunglasses and a black cape stretching his right arm up towards the sun
1 June 2021

Conservation Mentor: Local Hero Ken Patterson

Long-standing member of the Piesse Brook Friends Group and mentor to new (and old) Volunteers, Ken Patterson was awarded one of the City of Kalamunda’s Senior Community Local Hero Award recently.
A recycling hub located at various locations in the City of Kalamunda
1 June 2021

New Recycling Stations Boost City’s War on Waste

The City of Kalamunda has made recycling easier for residents with the installation of four recycle stations at Kalamunda Central, Kalamunda Library, High Wycombe Library and High Wycombe Village Shopping Centre.
Kalamunda History Village Post Office Building
1 June 2021

Kalamunda History Village Reopens This Weekend

The Kalamunda History Village will reopen to visitors from Saturday, 5 June 2021.
Lucia Pownall the 2021 Golden Feather Finder in Scribblers Festival
1 June 2021

2021 Scribblers Festival Golden Feather Found at Lesmurdie Library

Avid reader Lucia Pownall has won a VIP Scribblers Festival Experience, iPad and signed book pack following a trip to Lesmurdie Library earlier this month!
4 wooden pawn figurines
31 May 2021

City Launches Kalamunda Advancing: Strategic Community Plan 2021-2031

The City of Kalamunda has officially launched its new Strategic Community Plan, a guiding document for the City and community over the next 10 years.
Plan of Maida Vale Road and Roe Highway off ramp road upgrades
31 May 2021

Maida Vale Road Roundabout Works To Start

The City if Kalamunda has started prepping for a new roundabout at the Maida Vale Road-Roe Highway off ramp.
31 May 2021

City Launches Kalamunda Thriving Campaign

After more than 12-months of COVID-19 ups and downs, the City of Kalamunda has launched Kalamunda Thriving – a campaign that shines a light on local people and businesses.
Hakea Undulata Leaves
31 May 2021

City to Plant More Trees Thanks To Funding Win

The City of Kalamunda’s Clean and Green credentials have been bolstered with the recent announcement of $70,000 in funding from the Water Corporation’s 2021/2022 Local Government Urban Canopy Grant Program.
2021 Local Hero Debbie Don
27 May 2021

Mask(ed) Warrior – Lockdown Local Hero

Challenges are inevitable, however City of Kalamunda resident, Debbie Don, is not known for letting them beat her.
John Kellock with Mayor Margaret Thomas and Probus Club
20 May 2021

Local Hero Mr John Kellock recognised for ‘Experience’ Tours

City of Kalamunda resident Mr John Kellock was recognised this week for his long history arranging local, intra-state and inter-state adventures, for members of the Kalamunda Probus Club.
Poison Gully Artwork by Aurora Abrahams
20 May 2021

NAIDOC Week Program Announced

The City of Kalamunda has released its NAIDOC 2021 program and is encouraging the local community to come together to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s history, culture and achievements.
20 May 2021

Local Planning Policy 6 (Telecommunication Infrastructure)

Pursuant to Schedule 2, Part 3, Clause 6(b)(i)(ii) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, it is advised that Council at its Ordinary Council Meeting on the 23rd March 2021 council resolved to revoke Local Planning Policy 6 (Telecommunication Infrastructure) (OCM Resolution OCM26/03/2021)
Group of Volunteer Firefighters from Kalamunda Bushfire Brigade
20 May 2021

Have Your Say: Proposed Pickering Brook Fire Station

The City of Kalamunda welcomes your ideas, thoughts and concerns, and is keen to work in partnership with you to investigate the future of Emergency Services within the Pickering Brook and surrounding community.
View of part of the Zig Zag Scenic Drive located in Gooseberry Hill
14 May 2021

City To Re-open Zig Zag Scenic Drive to Vehicles During Day from 1 July

The City of Kalamunda will reopen the Zig Zag Scenic Drive in Gooseberry Hill during the day from 1 July 2021 for a 12-month trial.
Spirit of the Valley
14 May 2021

Expressions of Interest: Spirit of the Valley

Perth Symphony Orchestra (PSO) and Phillip Walley Stack are coming to the City of Kalamunda this November! The City, in partnership with PSO, are delighted to announce that they are presenting Spirit of the Valley, an orchestral extravaganza.
Councillor Gavel
12 May 2021

Notice of Meeting - Audit and Risk Committee Meeting

Pursuant to clause 3.4 of the City of Kalamunda Standing Orders Local Law 2015, notice is hereby given that the Meeting of the Audit and Risk Committee scheduled for Tuesday, 18 May 2021 has been rescheduled to Tuesday, 15 June 2021.
30 April 2021

COVID-19 Snap Back Community Update

The City of Kalamunda will implement a number of transitional measures at its venues as restrictions ease across the Perth and Peel region from 12.01am 1 May to 12.01am 8 May 2021 following last weekend’s three-day lockdown.
Visual concept plans for the upgrades at Lincoln Road Reserve in Forrestfield during 2021
28 April 2021

City Starts Work On Lincoln Reserve Upgrade

An upgrade featuring new dual flying fox, awesome ninja course, nature play area, new seating, paths and planting is underway Lincoln Reserve in Forrestfield.
Aerial Overview of the Walliston Transfer Station
28 April 2021

Walliston Transfer Station Improvements Get Underway

The City of Kalamunda has kicked off its 20-year licence renewal improvements at the Walliston Transfer Station.
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