Local and Statewide Public Notices

Local Public Notices

View current local public notices below.

To view current tenders, visit our Contractors, Suppliers and Tenders page.

To view our current engagements, visit Melville Talks.

Proposed Repeal of Bush Fires (Firebreaks) Local Law

Under the powers conferred by section 33(5a) of the Bush Fires Act 1954, and in accordance with Part 3 Division 2 Subdivision 2 of the Local Government Act 1995 (WA), we give public notice that we propose to make the City of Melville Bush Fires (Firebreaks) Repeal Local Law.

The purpose and effect of this local law is to repeal the City of Melville Local Law Relating to Firebreaks. A hard copy may be inspected or obtained at our Civic Centre between 8.30am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday.

Submissions relating to the proposed City of Melville Bush Fires (Firebreaks) Repeal Local Law may be made online through Melville Talks or sent to the Chief Executive Officer via:

Closing date for submissions is 5.00pm Monday, 8 February 2021.

For more information, contact us.

Proposed Repeal of Health (Eating Houses) Local Law

Under the powers conferred by Part XIV of the Health (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1911, and in accordance with Part 3 Division 2 Subdivision 2 of the Local Government Act 1995 (WA), we give public notice that we propose to make the City of Melville Health (Eating Houses) Repeal Local Law.

The purpose and effect of this local law is to repeal the City of Melville Health (Eating Houses) Local Laws 2001. A hard copy may be inspected or obtained at our Civic Centre between 8.30am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday.

Submissions relating to the proposed City of Melville Health (Eating Houses) Repeal Local Law may be made online through Melville Talks or sent to the Chief Executive Officer via:

Closing date for submissions is 5.00pm Monday, 8 February 2021.

For more information, contact us.

Proposed Amendment to Local Law Relating to Street Numbering

Under the powers conferred by Part 3 Division 2 Subdivision 1 of the Local Government Act 1995 (WA), and in accordance with Part 3 Division 2 Subdivision 2 of that Act, we give public notice that we propose to adopt the City of Melville Street Numbering Amendment Local Law.

The purpose of this local law is to amend the City of Melville Local Law Relating to Street Numbering 2006. The intended effect of this local law is to:

  1. Update legislative references in the principal local law; and
  2. Clarify the basis on which a street address will be assigned; and
  3. Insert reference to objection and appeal rights with respect to notices; and
  4. Amend the modified penalties applying to offences against the local law.

A hard copy may be inspected or obtained at our Civic Centre between 8.30am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday.

Submissions relating to the proposed City of Melville Street Numbering Amendment Local Law may be made online through Melville Talks or sent to the Chief Executive Officer via:

Closing date for submissions is 5.00pm Monday, 8 February 2021.

For more information, contact us.

Annual Report Now Available

Our 2020-2021 Community Annual Report is now available on our website.

Read about our key achievements in 2019-2020 and how we are working to achieve our community’s aspirations.

The report will be officially presented at the Annual General Meeting of Electors early next year. Hard copies are available at our libraries and Civic Centre. 

Proposed Disposition of Property - 43 Zenobia Street, Palmyra

Under the powers conferred by, and in accordance with, section 3.58 (3)-(4) of the Local Government Act 1995 (WA), we give public notice that we propose to dispose of 43 Zenobia Street, Palmyra by way of lease.

  • Address: 43 Zenobia Street, Palmyra
  • Legal Description: Part lot 535 Plan 2898
  • Lessee: One Tree Community Services Inc.
  • Proposed Rent: $15,000 p/a excluding GST.
  • Valuation: Price has been assessed at current market value

The City originally recommended the demolition of 43 Zenobia Street in an item to council in March 2019, however Council resolved for the City to investigate the feasibility of retaining and upgrading the building for suitable community uses. The City then advertised a public Registrations of Interest in October 2019, and identified One Tree Community Services as the preferred applicant. One Tree Community Services currently operates an out of school hours care program from Palmyra Primary School however shall relocate to 43 Zenobia Street and may also hire the facility to other community groups during school hours, when the premises is not being used.

Submissions relating to the proposed lease should be marked as ‘Old Palmyra Kindy Proposed Lease’ and sent to our Chief Executive Officer via:

Closing date for submissions is 4.00pm, Friday, 22 January 2021.

For more information, contact us.

Annual General Meeting of Electors - Tuesday, 2 February 2021

The Annual General Meeting of Electors 2021 will be held on Tuesday, 2 February 2021 commencing at 6.00pm.

For more information, visit our dedicated Annual General Meeting of Electors 2021 event page.

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