News & Announcements

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1 April 2020

Website Maintenance: 2 April 2020

The City of Kalamunda's website will not be available from approximately 8.00am to 8.45am on Thursday, 2 April 2020 whilst our website undergoes some scheduled system maintenance.
Fleming Reserve in High Wycombe
31 March 2020

City of Kalamunda closes playgrounds and skate parks

The City of Kalamunda has closed all playgrounds, skate parks and outdoor equipment in City reserves to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Jacaranda Springs in High Wycombe
29 March 2020

Playgrounds and Skate Parks Closed

Please note the City of Kalamunda has closed all Playgrounds and Skateparks in accordance with the direction of the National Cabinet effective immediately.
This illustration, created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reveals ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses
28 March 2020

City to Launch Community Plan to Tackle COVID-19 Crisis

City of Kalamunda Councillors and staff have been working tirelessly to understand and prepare for the local financial and social impacts as the COVID-19 crisis unfolds.
27 March 2020

City Warns Community to Stay Vigilant as COVID-19 Scams Abound

The City of Kalamunda is urging residents to be mindful of increased cyber-scam activity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
27 March 2020

City of Kalamunda announces February’s Local Hero Award winners

The City of Kalamunda announced its Local Hero award winners for February, with three very community-spirited locals walking away with the prizes.
Closed notice hanging on a glass window/door.
23 March 2020

City of Kalamunda closes facilities to help flatten the Curve

The City of Kalamunda has closed its public facilities due to COVID-19 from 12pm, Monday 23rd March, citing the need to all act now and help flatten the curve in the wake of the pandemic. Mayor Margaret Thomas today announced the closure of all City recreation centres, libraries, cultural centres, including the Zig Zag Cultural Centre and History Village, Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre and the Kalamunda Water Park.
Closed notice hanging on a glass window/door.
23 March 2020

City Facilities Closures

The closure of the City’s facilities is due to yesterday’s Federal announcement and the new WA Government stage one restrictions on social gatherings. This means the City of Kalamunda will be closing a number of facilities to the public from Monday, 23 March 2020 12noon until further notice.
18 March 2020

City of Kalamunda cancels event schedule due to COVD-19

The City of Kalamunda has cancelled upcoming events, in accordance with current Federal and State Government declarations.
17 March 2020

City of Kalamunda Exceed Customer Satisfaction

The City of Kalamunda’s half yearly update on regulatory services has showcased a focused on service, professionalism and quality.
Road work signage including detour, closed and wrong way.
13 March 2020

Roadworks for the Long-term benefit of All

Road rehabilitation works on several of the City’s roads began yesterday at Stirling Crescent and today on Welshpool Road East’s slow lane going up the hill between Lewis and Gladys streets.
7 March 2020

City Announces 2020 Auspire Citizen of the Year Award Recipients

City of Kalamunda awarded two 2020 Auspire Citizen of the Year Awards in front of a large crowd at the Corymbia Multicultural Festival on Saturday 7 March.
View of the AFL Footy field and clubhouse located at Scott Reserve in High Wycombe
6 March 2020

Seeking public comment on a Draft Master Plan for Scott Reserve

The City of Kalamunda has a vision for Scott Reserve to be a place for everyone to grow, learn and play in the heart of High Wycombe and wants to hear your thoughts on the draft Master Plan.
6 March 2020

City Seeks Feedback On Draft Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan

The City of Kalamunda’s is reminding the community to have their say on the Draft Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 2020-25.
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6 March 2020

Raising children in a digital world

*** NOTE: This event has been CANCELLED - due to current health advice this event is cancelled *** With the rapid rise in devices, screens, apps and games, children are having a very different exposure to technology than their parents – so how can we relate to this huge generational shift in the use of devices? The City of Kalamunda is inviting parents and carers with children aged 4-12 to a special information session on 24 March 2020 about children’s exposure to technology and how to handle it.
Woman holding a light-bulb sketch in front of a whiteboard full of other sketches and images.
6 March 2020

City of Kalamunda asks under-25s to co-design programs and services

** NOTE: This event has been CANCELLED - due to current health advice this event is cancelled *** The City of Kalamunda has invited its under-25s to a brainstorming session over pizza to identify new programs or activities the City can launch to improve community safety and crime prevention.
Stirk Park - View of lake from under trees facing playground area
6 March 2020

Stirk Park gets storm water health upgrade

The City of Kalamunda is serious about protecting our precious waterways with the installation this month of a gross pollutant trap in Stirk Park. The trap, also known as a baffle box, will greatly improve the quality of storm water entering Stirk Park and the pond, and the public will be able to see it working through the see-through lid.
Analogue Clock
25 February 2020

Opening Hours: Labour Day Public Holiday

Monday, 2 March 2020 - Some of our facilities have alternate operating hours.
Solar Panels under blue sky
24 February 2020

City to Investigate Solar Farm Potential

The City of Kalamunda will investigate the feasibility of local solar farms off the back of positive community feedback to its 2019 Environmental Sustainability Initiatives survey. Following Council endorsement of the idea, the City will now appoint a consultant to complete a feasibility study and report findings by mid-2020.
A White Striped Mastif Bat being held in a hand
18 February 2020

City’s Micro Bat Project To Help Reduce Mosquito Populations

The City of Kalamunda is encouraging residents and schools to participate in a habitat enhancement project to create homes for local micro bats that it is hoped will reduce local mosquito numbers.
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