Public Announcements & Notices

Draft Local Planning Policy 34 - Wetlands and Waterways (LPP34)
7 January 2022

Open for Comment: Draft Local Planning Policy 34 - Wetlands and Waterways (LPP34)

The City of Kalamunda has adopted a Draft Local Planning Policy 34 - Wetlands and Waterways (LPP34) for public comment. Public comment has been extended to 5pm on Monday, 21 February 2022.
Shopping bags with 'Insert Shop Name here...' logo in the center of each bag
5 January 2022

Voting Now Open! Name the New Community Reuse Shop

What’s in a Name… The City of Kalamunda is partnering with Workpower to create a community reuse shop at Walliston Transfer Station. Voting closes 5pm on Monday, 31 January 2022.
Gladys Newton Park in High Wycombe
5 January 2022

Gladys Newton Park Upgrade

Gladys Newton is being upgraded to create a vibrant multi-purpose outdoor space that connects park users with the surrounding natural environment and offers contemporary facilities for all park users.
Large pink pin market pointing to a location on a grey-scale map
4 January 2022

Have Your Say: Amendment 106 to Local Planning Scheme No. 3 – Kalamunda Activity Centre Plan (KACP) and Local Planning Policy 30 (LPP30)

The City of Kalamunda has initiated Amendment 106 and LPP 30 for the purposes of public advertising.
Zoomed in shot of two pairs of feet in front of graffiti wall whist sitting down.
4 January 2022

What do you want for our young people?

Every five years the City develops a Youth Plan. The City is asking our community - what do we want for our youth? For their future?
A large bushfire burning fully grown trees with flames reaching the top of several of them.
23 December 2021

Total Fire Bans

Stay up to date with all active bans, alerts and warnings via www.emergency.wa.gov.au
Councillor Gavel
22 December 2021

Notice of Meeting - Annual General Meeting of Electors

The City of Kalamunda Annual General Meeting of Electors to receive the 2020/2021 Annual Report will be held at the City of Kalamunda Administration Centre, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda on: Tuesday 1 February 2022 at 6:30pm.
20 December 2021

WA Volunteer Service Awards

The Department of Communities helps to acknowledge the significant efforts of Western Australia's volunteers through the WA Volunteer Service Awards program. 2022 nominations are now open.
Analogue Clock
15 December 2021

Christmas & New Year Opening Times

A Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year to All from the City Mayor, Councillors, CEO & all the staff. Additional recycling bin collections and some of our facilities including Ranger Services have adjusted operating hours over this festive season.
Zig Zag Gallery with Lions Club Art pieces from the 2018 exhibition
13 December 2021

Artists invited to submit original artworks for upcoming ‘Lions Club Art’ 2022 exhibition

The Lions Club of Kalamunda supports arts in the City of Kalamunda and is offering this group of awards to encourage and promote local artists. Hosting their annual exhibition at the Zig Zag Gallery, 2022 applications are now open and close on Monday, 3 January 2022.
A large bushfire burning fully grown trees with flames reaching the top of several of them.
7 December 2021

Total Fire Ban - Wednesday, 8 December 2021

THIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED - A Total Fire Ban has been declared for the City of Kalamunda for Wednesday, 8 December 2021
Several grass trees burning
1 December 2021

Prohibited Burning Period Commences

A reminder to all residents in the City of Kalamunda, all burning is strictly prohibited from Wednesday, 1 December 2021 until 31 March 2022 inclusive.
Close up of tree bark in a local Kalamunda outdoor space
1 December 2021

Have Your Say: Draft Local Planning Policy 33 - Tree Retention

The City is seeking feedback to on the Draft Local Planning Policy 33 - Tree Retention (LPP 33).
Aerial Overview of the Walliston Transfer Station
30 November 2021

Walliston Transfer Station Entry has moved

From 2 December 2021, the entry gate and gatehouse at Walliston Transfer Station will be accessed further east towards Pomeroy Road. Vehicle movement throughout the site will be strictly one way. The exit gate will remain in the same location.
Shopping bags with 'Insert Shop Name here...' logo in the center of each bag
29 November 2021

Community Re-Use Shop: What’s in a Name…

The City is keen to hear your excellent ideas for what we should name the new Community Re-Use Shop at the Walliston Transfer Station. We really have no boundaries on what name you can suggest apart from that it needs to be able to ‘slip off the tongue’ so our branding and advertising is simple and memorable.
A large bushfire burning fully grown trees with flames reaching the top of several of them.
26 November 2021

Total Fire Ban - Saturday, 27 November 2021

THIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED - A Total Fire Ban has been declared for the City of Kalamunda for Saturday, 27 November 2021.
Councillor Gavel
15 November 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 a Meeting of the Audit and Risk Committee will be held in the Council Chambers, Administration Centre, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda on: Tuesday, 30 November 2021 commencing at 6.30pm.
Evening view of the cultural centre from Haynes Street in Kalamunda
15 November 2021

No Phones: Kalamunda Library, Perth Hills Visitor Centre & History Village

** THIS NOTICE HAS EXPIRED - phone services have been restored ** The City is currently experiencing telephone issues at the Kalamunda Library, Zig Zag Cultural Centre, Perth Hills Visitor Centre and the Kalamunda History Village. We are open, and welcome visitors. We apologise for the any inconvenience this may cause to our customers.
Large pink pin market pointing to a location on a grey-scale map
15 November 2021

Have Your Say: Cambridge Reserve - Proposed Acquisition of a Portion of Reserves 27559, 31348 and 34364, Forrestfield

The City of Kalamunda is seeking to acquire 32,786m² (approx. 3.28ha) from lots comprising Reserves 27559, 31348 and 34364 in Forrestfield (Cambridge Reserve), and is proposing to develop and dispose of the land to facilitate the Cambridge Reserve Community Enhancement Project, which is proposed to incorporate aged residential care, childcare, residential development, and public open space improvements.
Hands caring for a seedling plant growing from a dried out soil bed
4 November 2021

Have your Say on Climate Change

With Political Leaders from across the Globe at the United National Climate Change Conference on this week in Glasgow, the City of Kalamunda is urging locals to put forward their views on the issue of climate change and how we can tackle it locally.
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