Some of the City's committees and working groups are still seeking community representatives. If you would like to contribute to your community and be a part of the decision making process please contact Governance on 9405 5000.
Arts Advisory Committee
This Committee has a maximum of three art professionals and has been established to provide advice to the City of Wanneroo on matters relating to the Arts.
Community Safety Working Group
Group has a maximum of 5 community representatives and works in partnership with the community, the WA Police to develop community safety policy and crime prevention initiatives consistent with the City's strategic goals, to review and manage the strategic direction of the Community Safety Program and recommend improvements/changes to the various components of the Program to Council for consideration, and to consult and communicate with statutory and voluntary sectors of the community.
Environmental Advisory Committee
Committee has a maximum of 5 community representatives and was established a Conservation Advisory Committee in 2001. In 2002 the Conservation Advisory Committee became the Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC). The broad aims of the EAC are as follows:
- To provide advice and input into the preparation of environmental policies, strategies and other such matters referred to it by the City.
- To make recommendations to Council in respect to policies, strategies and other matters referred to it by the City of Wanneroo.
The main role of the EAC is to provide a forum for community participation in the preparation of the City's environmental policies, strategies and other such matters referred to it by the City.
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.
Vacancies: One (1)
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).
North Coast Ward Community Reference & Sporting User Group
Group has a maximum of seven community representatives and seven sporting user groups located within the North Coast Ward. The Group works to act as a consultative forum to advise on local sporting needs to assist in the implementation of the North Coast Ward Active Reserve Master Plan outcomes, as endorsed by Council.
Quinns Beach Long Term Coastal Protection
The Quinns Beach Long Term Coastal Protection Community Reference Group will assist in sharing information and seeking input at key stages of the development of long term coastal protection options for Quinns Beach.
The Group will consist of the Mayor, Elected Members, City Representatives, Department of Transport Representative and a maximum of 6 representatives
from the Community/Community groups.
As per the Terms of Reference approved by Council, the aims and functions of the Group are as follows:
- Receive information at key stages of the development and detailed design of the options for Quinns Beach long term coastal protection;
- To provide input in to the development of the long term options for Quinns Beach coastal protection; and
- To present community views to the Group.
Vacancies: One (1)
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.
Vacancies: Ten (10)
RoadWise Working Group
Group has a maximum of 4 community representatives and provides a forum for community liaison, implements community road safety projects such as the Driver Reviver program and caravan and trailer safety checks, and provides advice to Council on traffic and road safety issues that affect the residents and transport users within the City of Wanneroo.
Vacancies: One (1)
South Ward Community Reference & Sporting User Group
Group has a maximum of one community representative from each suburb in the South Ward and a maximum of seven sporting user groups located within the South ward. The Group works to guide the development of Master Plans for the Active Reserves in the South Ward, to enable these facilities to meet the current and future needs of the Community and to inform the City's 10 Year Capital Works Program.
Vacancies: 7 for sporting clubs and 10 for community representatives (one each from suburbs Girrawheen, Marangaroo, Madeley, Darch, Alexander Heights, Landsdale, Wangara, Gnangara, Koondoola and part Woodvale)
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.
Vacancies: Three (3)