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The Town of Claremont’s Rangers play a valuable role in the community and help provide a safe environment for all residents and visitors. They're often the first point of contact for people who need support with community initiatives and information on various state and local laws.

Rangers are also authorised to monitor and enforce compliance with specific WA government legislation and various local laws.

Rangers are involved with:
  • Community safety
  • Animal control and management (including registration, dog attacks and barking)
  • Fire hazards (including fire breaks and bush fire notices)
  • Parking
  • Abandoned vehicles
  • Littering and rubbish dumping
  • Graffiti

Contacting the Rangers

Other important numbers

  • Emergencies: 000
  • Local police: 131 444
  • DFES State Emergency Service: 132 500
  • DFES information line: 1300 657 209
  • Bureau of Meteorology: 1900 155 349
  • Western Power: 13 13 51
  • Alinta Gas: 13 13 52
  • Water Corporation: 13 13 75

Emergency management


Let’s look out for one another

The Town of Claremont is committed to supporting the safety and wellbeing of our community.

We’re helping to stop the spread of COVID-19 by temporarily closing our administration building, Claremont Aquatic Centre, and Claremont Community Hub & Library.

All our office staff are working remotely, and our essential field staff (including waste, safety, health, and maintenance services) are employing safe practices.

Stay up to date with our latest updates, or email toc@claremont.wa.gov.au