; Advocacy - City of Wanneroo

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What is Advocacy?

The City defines advocacy as a proactive, whole of community, strategic approach aiming to influence decisions within State and Federal political spheres and government agencies, in a way that recognises and prioritises the needs of our local community.

View our current advocacy areas by clicking below:

Reserves including Regional Northern Coastal Suburbs Swimming Pool

Region, Agribusiness and Neerabup Strategic Link

Road, Freight and Rail

The City of Wanneroo has had a formal advocacy strategy since 2015 which is currently under review.

The City has two ways to support the community to become involved, these are:

Community consultations

Through a range of community consultations, priority issues of concern to residents are identified. After further consultation with key stakeholders such as private sector groups, Government (Federal and State) and community groups, Council selects key issues that they expect to be responsive to a targeted advocacy strategy. The Advocacy Strategy for the City of Wanneroo is currently under review.

Connect Wanneroo

In 2016 the City launched its strategic advocacy brand Connect Wanneroo to provide a clear signal on matters of strategic importance to the City that require a concerted effort to get political and policy support as well as funding.

For example the rail line to Yanchep and the Mitchell Freeway extension north to Romeo Road, both of which are now funded and underway.