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The City of Melville provides more than 200 products and services - here is information relating to services provided in the community.
The City of Melville provides more than 200 products and services that all contribute towards making the City of Melville a safer and more desirable place to live.
Enjoy the wealth of local and Western Australian talent on display or get involved.
The City of Melville's provides and facilitates support and advocacy for residents who require assistance with Access & Inclusion
The City of Melville conducts citizenship ceremonies and all new citizens are officiated by His Worship the Mayor, Russell Aubrey.
This is a database which contains information relating to Community groups, organisations and facilities in the City of Melville. This is a shared database with other Councils and you may find results which are located outside the City of Melville.
The City of Melville is committed to supporting the needs of children and families.
The main role of the Community Recreation at the City of Melville is to liaise with over 120 community sport and recreation groups and clubs within the City of Melville.
Dogs are welcome in the City of Melville, and by observing a few guidelines and working with the City of Melville, you can enjoy your pets safely and securely.
The City of Melville offers a number of Cultural and Community Development , Festival and Sports grants. These grants aim to encourage and develop local community projects, supporting community groups that make a positive contribution to community and cultural life in the City of Melville.
Melville Home and Community Care Services provides support to people who choose to live in their own homes but whose age or disability means they need assistance.
The City of Melville offers residents a Justice of the Peace service free of charge
Meals on Wheels is a swervice for residents of the City of Melville who are unable to prepare their own meals.
Environmental Health Officers (Environmental Health Officers) provide services to residents and business proprietors and help to ensure compliance with the Health Act and its Regulations, the Environmental Protection Act relating to noise pollution, and the City of Melville's Local Health Laws.
City of Melvilles Rangers deal with a variety of issues that occur throughout the City including dog control, vandalism, parking, littering and off road vehicles.
Find out what Roadworks, Construction and Maintenance currently underway in the City of Melville.
As part of the partnership agreement with the Office of Crime Prevention the City developed the 2005-2008 Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan. The 2005-2008 plan has successfully been implemented and the newly developed Safer Melville 2008 – 2012 Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan builds on the success and progress made in this area thus far.
The City of Melville is committed developing programs and services for seniors within the City.
The City of Melville features an extensive network of roads and walking routes, as well as being a key public transport hub for the region.
Contact Melville Volunteer Resource Centre today to find out more about Volunteering. We maintain a register of many diverse and interesting volunteer positions, making it easy for you to access information about volunteering, volunteer positions, and community organisations all in one visit.
Discover what the City of Melville is doing to cater for the interests of young people.
Information on signage and other resources.