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2020
 AGM Question Form (127.0KB) Show document summary
Complete this question form to have your complex questions answered at the AGM.
2020
 Annual Financial Report 2018-2019 (Part B) (10.4MB) Show document summary
Read our community annual financial report part B 2018-2019
2019
 RFT192008 Transport and Processing/Disposal of Council Operational Waste Material for a Two Year Term with Option Periods (203.6KB) Show document summary
The City of Melville (“City”) is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Contractor for the transport, processing and disposal of street sweeping material, non-chippable greenwastes, bulk inert wastes and general waste from council operation. Council would also like the option to buy back recycled materials for use in construction projects. The City is located approximately 8 kilometres from the Perth GPO and encompasses Alfred Cove, Applecross, Ardross, Attadale, Bateman, Bicton, Booragoon, Brentwood, Bull Creek, Kardinya, part of Leeming, Melville, Mount Pleasant, Murdoch, Myaree, Palmyra, Willagee, part of Willetton, and Winthrop. To procure these services the City is releasing this Request for Tender (RFT) as a collective RFT with seven (7) separable portions, as follows: (1) Street sweeping material; (2) Non-chippable greenwaste; (3) a) Road construction and demolition material (From Operations Centre); (3) b) Road Construction and Demolition Material (Mixed Loads Delivered by the City); (4) Clean sand and gravel; (5) General bulk waste; and (6) Supply of recycled construction materials. The preference is to award the services to a single Contractor that offers best value for money. However, recognising that some suppliers may offer preferable solutions for recovery of materials or drop off locations, separable portions have been provided. The Contract period is for an initial term of two years with two additional 12 month option periods which will be exercised at the sole discretion of the City. For additional items not included in the Pricing Schedule but that fall within the general scope of this Contract and are requested by the City, the Contractor shall provide a written quote to the City for approval. If the City is not satisfied with the quote received, the City reserves the right to request a revision to the quote or engage a contractor outside of this Contract.
2019
 Customer Direct Debit Service Agreement (184.0KB) Show document summary
This document outlines our service commitment to you, in respect of the Direct Debit Request (DDR) arrangements made between the City of Melville User ID 253734 and you.
2019
 RFP181903 Provision of Street Benches with Advertising Space (183.2KB) Show document summary
The City is seeking to grant a licence to a suitably qualified and experienced contractor to undertake the supply, installation and maintenance of Street Benches with Advertising space in return for the payment of a fee to be offered subject to the specifications and conditions detailed in Schedule 2 of the draft contract. The term of the contract will be for a term of five (5) years with two (2), five (5) year options. The City intends to appoint one successful Contractor. The successful Contractor will be permitted to erect and display advertising signs attached to the Street Benches and will, at its own cost and expense, erect, maintain and operate the Street Benches.
2019
 Community Annual Report 2018-2019 (Part A) (14.5MB) Show document summary
Read our Community Annual Report 2018-2019
2019
 Community Outcome Reporting (3.3MB) Show document summary
View the Community Outcome Reporting
2019
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2019
 Investment of Funds (82.9KB) Show document summary
To provide guidance for the investment of the City’s funds, with due consideration of legislative requirements and risk at the most favourable rate of return available to the City at the time for the particular investment type, while ensuring that the City’s liquidity requirements are being met.
2019
 Disability Access and Inclusion Policy (39.2KB) Show document summary
To ensure compliance with the Disability Services Act (1993) and to promote, outline and specify the Council’s commitment to ensure people with disabilities have equal opportunities of access and community inclusion to Council services, products, facilities and information and are consulted in appropriate and meaningful ways to facilitate participation in decision-making that affects their lives.
2019