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News published March 2020

Closure of City’s playgrounds, outdoor gyms and skate parks

Civic Centre

Published 31st March 2020

Following yesterday’s announcement by the State Government, all of the City’s playgrounds, outdoor gyms and skate parks/BMX tracks will close for one month.

Western Australian intrastate restrictions announced

Civic Centre

Published 28th March 2020

The WA State Government has announced upcoming new restrictions limiting movement between Western Australia’s nine regional areas aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19.

Community praised for following health experts' advice

Civic Centre

Published 20th March 2020

The City of Wanneroo thanks residents for adhering to the advice of medical experts during the COVID-19 outbreak.

$2.52 million to improve waste processing in the City

Disposing of waste

Published 18th March 2020

The City of Wanneroo has secured up to $2.52 million dollars in funding from the State Government’s Better Bins Kerbside Collection Program.

Council flags support for draft raceway plans

Wanneroo Raceway

Published 16th March 2020

Wanneroo Council shifts into drive with its approval of a draft master plan for the expansion of Wanneroo Raceway, giving the green light for wider community consultation.

Aquamotion staff save man’s life

Aquamotion staff with Bruce Chalmers

Published 16th March 2020

A Wanneroo resident has thanked Aquamotion staff for saving his life after he suffered a heart attack at the City of Wanneroo leisure centre.

City of Wanneroo postpones Global Beats and Eats 2020

Global Beats and Eats signage

Published 13th March 2020

An update regarding City of Wanneroo's upcoming Global Beats & Eats festival.

Road Closure – Graceful Boulevard, Alkimos from Monday 16 March 2020

Road works

Published 13th March 2020

Closure of Graceful Boulevard in Alkimos from midday on Monday 16 March 2020.

Fauna Management a continuing priority


Published 13th March 2020

The City has revised its Fauna Management Policy to ensure developers are aware of and meet their responsibilities under State Government legislation for the humane treatment of native fauna.

City invites feedback on plans for future facilities in north coast corridor

Wanneroo Council stock photo

Published 11th March 2020

Wanneroo Council has voiced its support for a review into plans for community facilities in the Northern Coastal Growth Corridor (NCGC), and is inviting residents and ratepayers to have their say.

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