Some of the City's committees and working groups are seeking community representatives. If you would like to contribute to your community and be a part of the decision making process please complete one of the nomination forms below. Alternatively, please contact Council Support on 9405 5000.
Arts Advisory Committee
The Arts Advisory Committee provides advice and to make recommendations to Council on matters relating to the arts, such as the purchasing of artworks, selection of Public Art for art projects and review of the Community Art Exhibition annually.
Community Safety Working Group
The Community Safety Working Group in partnership with the community and the Police to develop a strategic approach to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the wider community of the City of Wanneroo. This will be achieved through the development of planned actions and ongoing direction of the Safer Citizens program in consultation with the local communities and relevant Government instrumentalities.
Heritage Services Advisory Group
The Heritage Services Advisory Group has been established to recommend to Council on policy matters pertaining to the heritage of the City of Wanneroo. The Group has a maximum of 4 community representatives who bring specialised knowledge of the community and its heritage in different regions of the City. This reflects the City's commitment to work with the community to celebrate and interpret our diverse heritage.
The scope of the group is to advise and make recommendations to Council on the strategic direction for the development and provision of heritage services and facilities in the City of Wanneroo. To recommend policies to Council in relation to the management of the heritage collections of the City of Wanneroo. Provides advice on a program of events that enhance and promote a positive image of the City. Also to provide input to Council's decision making process on development or demolition application concerning places identified in the Municipal Heritage Inventory.
Quinns Beach Long Term Coastal Protection Community Advisory Group
The Quinns Beach Long Term Coastal Protection Community Reference Group will have input into the development and implementation of long term options for Quinns Beach Coastal Protection.
Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group
Group has a maximum of 16 community representatives and works to develop draft goals to reflect the Relationships, Respect and Opportunities pillars of the City's Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) with the aim of long-term and genuine engagement with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in Wanneroo.
Roadwise Working Group
The Roadwise Working Group is to provide a forum for community liaison, implement community road safety projects and to provide advice to the City of Wanneroo on traffic and road safety issues that affects the residents and transport users within the City.
Wanneroo Business & Tourism Development Working Group
Group has a maximum of 6 business operators and works to participate in the development and promotion of business and tourism development strategies relevant to the Wanneroo region and the North West corridor.
Disability Access and Inclusion Reference Group
To provide a strong link between the City and people with disability by participating in consultation to provide feedback and advice on the implementation of the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan.
Yanchep Lagoon Community Working Group
With the Yanchep Lagoon Master Plan now complete and endorsed by Council, the City is keen to continue local community involvement through the implementation phase of the precinct’s development. Members of the YLCWG will consider and provide input into key planning and development stages (such as built form, landscape and public amenity) and shall receive updates on implementation of the Master Plan.
Multicultural Advisory Group
To provide a strong link between the City of Wanneroo (the City) and its culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) community by supporting the development and implementation of the City’s Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP).