Your opinions and views are important to us. We seek feedback from the broader community and stakeholders to help guide and inform the decision making process. We endeavour to maximise community and stakeholder participation in its activities through timely, accurate and understandable communication.
Dogs at Claremont Football Oval
The Town is seeking community feedback on dogs at Claremont Football Oval.
Claremont Football Oval is a dog on-lead public open space, allowing Claremont residents to exercise their dogs on-lead at times when the oval is not being used by Claremont Football Club. Council recently received a petition, signed by 88 residents of Claremont on the Park, requesting to change the oval to a dog off-lead exercise area. As a result, the Town is now seeking community feedback on whether the restrictions on dogs at this space should change.
To have your say, complete the survey.
Submissions close at 5pm, Friday 18 September 2020.
Proposed installation of timed parking restrictions - Mofflin Ave, Claremont
The Town is seeking community feedback on the installation of timed parking restrictions along Mofflin Avenue. The proposed timed parking restrictions will be as per the Town's Precinct Parking Policy
. The objective is to ensure that vehicles can safely travel in and out of the street, whilst also minimising the impact on street parking for local residents due to increased activity from tradesmen attending nearby construction sites.
Submit your feedback by completing the survey.
Submissions close at 5pm, 11 September 2020.
Draft Budget 2020-21
Council has approved a Draft Budget 2020-21
This budget means that, for the overwhelming majority of Claremont's ratepayers, rates will remain at the same level or less than they were in 2019-20. You can get more information on how your rates are calculated with our Budget 2020-21 Q&As.
Submissions are now closed.
Perth Transport Authority long term single lane road closure - Claremont Crescent
As part of the State Government’s Metronet Claremont station project, the Public Transport Authority has proposed a long-term single lane road closure of Claremont Crescent, west of Stirling Road, for westbound traffic. The lane closure will accommodate critical works along the train line and ensure the safety of pedestrians, cyclist, motorists and personnel performing the work. The closure will also act as a temporary principle shared path (PSP) as the main PSP will be closed between Graylands Road and Australind Street for the duration of the works. These closures will be in place for up to eight months to March 2021.
A map of the closure can be found here.
Comments are now closed.
Freshwater Bay Museum Upgrade
The Town's Freshwater Bay Museum was closed in January 2017 in preparation for an upgrade. The closure facilitated a major review of the Town's collection and planning for the new facility.
Consultation of neighbouring residents and stakeholder groups has led to the development of a concept plan of a new building, upon which the Town is now seeking community feedback.
Click here for further information
Click here to view the concept plan for the site
Comments are now closed.